This veteran Dallas quartet was instrumental in defining the sound of alt-country in the mid-90s, layering hard-hitting shuffles, twang-drenched guitar, and the shiny melodies of singer Rhett Miller. The Old 97s return to that nearly 25-year-old formula like a favorite shirt on their 11th album, Graveyard Whistling (ATO), dutifully toggling between cliche and wit while […]
Rhett Miller works with Portland’s versatile Black Prairie on The Traveler.
On the occasion of the label’s 20th birthday party, cofounders Rob Miller and Nan Warshaw talk about diversifying their roster, surviving the collapse of album sales, and not getting rich.
A new take on old emo and indie rock that’s “a little bit Cranberries, a little bit Xmal Deutschland.”
Malian guitar, pastoral black metal, international music with a side of regional craft beer, sophisticated twang-pop—and we’re just getting started
Critics’ Choices and other notable concerts: Lou Barlow, Jemina Pearl, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Dethklok, Converge, Wilco, and more