For a band that’s viewed technology with a skeptical eye, Radiohead have often appealed to people who aren’t afraid to live their lives online.
When DIIV first broke out four years ago, frontman Zachary Cole Smith was a champion of dreamy guitar rock. Then everything cracked apart. Written in the wake of a very public heroin bust, DIIV’s new album tells a cautionary tale. By Jeremy Gordon.
With their 10th album coming next month, the experimental rock stalwarts talk to Jeremy Gordon about finding inspiration in dinosaurs and cavemen, making connections between red and blue America, and whether they have anything left to prove.
Our overview of last weekend's Primavera festival featuring photos and set reviews of acts including Patti Smith, Perfume Genius, Mac DeMarco, and Run the Jewels. By Mark Richardson and Jeremy Gordon; photos by Maria Louceiro and Tom Spray.
After breaking out with the monster beat duo TNGHT and as one of Kanye's studio gurus, Hudson Mohawke tells Jeremy Gordon why he largely eschewed festival bangers and big-name features on his pointedly eclectic new album.