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Fortune Smiles Upon Reptaliens

The Portland synth poppers continue their lucky streak.

Chasing the Perfect Pop Song with the Sidekicks

The Ohio band gets closer with Happiness Hours.

Sailing into the Sunset with Wooden Shjips

The psych band returns with the summery V.

Laura Veirs on Looking Out for Each Other

The singer-songwriter focuses her energy.

Horse Feathers Talk Folk Itches and Identity Crises

The folk institution shares Appreciation.

Pete Souza Reminisces About “What We Had”

The presidential photographer on the visual and political legacy of the Obama administration.

Striking a Nerve

Q&A with the Breeders' Kim Deal about the band's comeback LP, sisterly chemistry, caring for an ill mother, and more.

Iconic Alt-Rockers the Breeders Return After a Hiatus with a Comfort Blanket of Distinctive Sound

They've got the classic lineup and a great new album, All Nerve.

Welcome to Kyle Craft’s Full Circle Nightmare

The Portland singer-songwriter releases his swaggering sophomore album.

Jen Cloher Doesn’t Mince Words

The Australian musician discusses her new album and her relationship with Courtney Barnett.

Kacey Musgraves Doesn’t Play by the Rules

The Country Star Reflects on Songwriting, Success, and Swerving Out of Her Lane

Dave Depper's Solo Debut Is Overcast Synth-Pop

Why Teenage Fanclub Are Still Here

Let Jesca Hoop’s Memories Are Now Soundtrack Your Springtime

The Folksinger’s Latest Record Blooms with the Season

The Spectral Sounds of Itasca

Kayla Cohen’s New Record Open to Chance Channels the Natural World
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