Need guidance in a month chock-full of new albums? Look no further
It’s safe to say that Ryan Montbleau’s most devoted fans first saw him live. Over the span of the last 10 years, the Ryan Montbleau Band has continued to refine and enhance its sound while out on the road, adding new hits to the …
If you’re still wandering around the office in a bouncy, burlesque-inspired daze, contemplating the je ne sais quoi that made Jessica Paré’s rendition of “Zou Bisou Bisou” so lusciously haunting during the Mad Men premiere, this might be just the song for you.
Thousands of bands vie for attention every year in Austin. The best you can hope for is some good buzz, lucky listens and unexpected surprises. Here are TIME’s picks for 12 amazing SXSW cuts
While some Austin crowds drift towards the biggest sounds, TIME singles out some singers that will be wowing audiences with more subdued shows
Thousands of bands over six days: How can anyone see them all? TIME picks five early standouts from the sprawling South By Southwest music festival
It’s been a little more than a month since the fourth season finale of Breaking Bad and I still can’t get this song out of my head. The show does so many things so well — Southwestern cinematography, unbearably tense pace, …
To a jazz fan, the combination of the names Medeski Scofield Martin and Wood is inherently intriguing. Between the famous trio’s ability to craft beat-driven, catchy instrumentals and John Scofield’s impressive résumé — …
Iron and Wine, Phoenix, the Flaming Lips and others weighed in.
I once spent a melancholy Alaskan winter listening to nothing but a
battered CD of The Songs of Leonard Cohen that someone had left in
my apartment. My concerned friends eventually wrested the album from
me, but it was too …