Mike Hadreas details his daily listening habits: rowing with Mr. Mister, rehearsing with Bobby Darin, driving his Honda with Sia, and more.
As the New York City duo play their final shows, they talk about what’s changed, what’s next, and what it was like being at the forefront of pop getting hip to indie.
“If you take away my music from me, all you have left is a mustache and a bad attitude.”
Featuring the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, Bob Dylan, the Who, and Paul McCartney, the inaugural Desert Trip festival proved to be a destination for both boomers and millennials.
After being pigeonholed as a lonely folk singer, Angel Olsen is reinventing herself as a rock’n’roller in a tinsel wig. It’s not her first transformation. Or her last.
After playing together for more than a decade, Beach House have built up a subconscious connection that can be as mysterious to them as it is to the rest of us. Jillian Mapes travels to Baltimore to investigate their unspoken bond.
Katie Crutchfield sings and writes songs with an emotional specificity that makes it sound like she’s shining a light on her most crippling anxieties. But that vulnerability is just one side of her story; the rest isn’t even a little frail. By Jillian Mapes.