Phoenix’s Thomas Mars shares the secrets of the band’s road-trip success
“Young kids should be doing music that has shock value. They’ll grow out of it.”
It sounds like the greatest-hits package of the best garage band you never heard of
When you’re locked in a global war to dominate the smartphone market, every little advantage helps.
A new album signals a darker, grittier direction for the Icelandic post-rock band
The summer event is family-friendly celebration of every kind of music
The third album from the rap-jokester trio is their sharpest yet
After a 22-year absence from the stage, the ‘Mats will be playing a few summer dates on Riot Fest tour
The middle Hanson brother chats with TIME
Diddy, Paul Rudd and Robyn all star in the new Lonely Island video for “Go Kindergarten”
On their fourth studio album, the Scottish electronic duo chart a mesmerizing Road to Dystopia
Chamber-pop that’s delightfully bittersweet and brutally honest
Her voice echoes the raw, sardonic, moody-girl attitude made so popular in the 1990’s by artists like Liz Phair, but Crutchfield puts a modern, melodic spin on her punchy, indie-pop sound.