Some still wonder what could have been of the Dayton synth-punks, whose rise was halted by the shocking loss of leader Tim Taylor, 20 years ago this week.
You focus on making your BBQs, beach days, and road trips great—we got the music covered.
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In celebration of Girlpool’s great new album, we’ve compiled a 16-song history of the female alt-rock vocal harmony, from the Shaggs to Sleater-Kinney to Haim.
Cue Angelo Badalamenti’s ominous keyboards, “Twin Peaks” is back this weekend.
Ahead of next week’s Helium reissues, peers and students of band leader Mary Timony share stories of her greatness. Or as Carrie Brownstein puts it: “Timony, that woozy wizard.”
The prolific polymath speaks to her latest slate of projects, including a virtual reality exhibit of her career and a book featuring artfully notated arrangements of her songs.
In his new book, Damon Krukowski locates the past in digital and the future in analog. It turns out the connection is in ourselves.
A year after his passing, the experimental music pioneer is having a moment, with a new documentary and an expansive online archive.
Ahead of her autobiography Art Sex Music, we speak with Throbbing Gristle co-founder and performance-art OG Cosey Fanni Tutti about her life in noise.
Music supervision can make or break a TV show, but its process remains somewhat opaque. Veteran soundtracker Liza Richardson shares her view of the field.