EMI reissues the Smashing Pumpkins' 'Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness' and gives us a reason to revisit the epic double album.
The xx falls into a silent and somber void on its sophomore release.
The singer-songwriter talks about her band's latest Don Giovanni release, dropping "the cans" and lifting amps
Trevor Powers on bedroom music, his bigger sound and the dark thoughts that fueled 'Wondrous Bughouse'
Listen to a playlist of some of CMJ's favorite tracks from this year
Aino Jawo and Caroline Hjelt seem tall. Maybe it's the shoes. Or maybe it's their massive party songs that make them seem larger than life.
On leaving Kill Rock Stars, reissuing the band's catalog and why she'd sometimes rather talk about the weather than riot grrrl
Peter Bauer and Paul Maroon on how, 12 years in, the Walkmen came of age and arrived at the easiest album of their career in 2012
First thoughts on Apple's new album
Role-playing with Alex Winston
Not just big in Australia
The Louisiana quintet Givers shares its powers of positivity
After the breakup of Scattered Trees, three members regroup and carry on
Chris Porterfield finds his musical footing in Milwaukee
Psychedelic surf pop from the southern shores of Lake Erie
Donations will go toward offsetting the healthcare costs of Benjamin Curtis
The band's new self-titled LP comes out April 23 via Mute
Warning: Video contains puppet bits, antagonistic horses and tears
Mastodon, Baroness, Pig Destroyer and others show up on the label's 20-song tribute to Pat Egan
Sky Ferreira makes a cameo in the band's latest video
The sisters head to the woods for their latest clip
Listen to 'Push The Sky Away' in its entirety, courtesy of 'The Guardian'
The experimental rapper-slash-singer, and CMJ 2012 favorite, releases 30 minutes of free music
Stream two new political fire-starters "Anonymous" and "The Left Is Right"
Art comes courtesy of the band's drummer, Elias Araya
Self-titled album coming this April on Fat Possum
The band does its best...or worst...interpretation for Triple J
The Glasgow trio played two sold-out sets in one night during its first visit to New York
Night two of Conor Oberst playing his "rock record with the Disappeared"