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Matthew Houck on balancing dark with light, mixing truth with fiction and the underwater sound of his new album, 'Muchacho'
John Darnielle is a grown man with a wife, a child and a home of his own—so why can’t he stop singing about troubled kids?
The Christmas music fan weighs in on the best and worst holiday classics
The Atlanta rapper breaks down the political theater of election season
Power outages, scheduling conflicts and sleepovers
Alex Edkins talks bass tones, bowling and 'New Yorker' cartoons
Angel Haze, Boldy James, Cities Aviv, LE1F and a guy named Micheal
Inside the weird 'Fragrant World' of the Brooklyn band's third LP
Looking beyond the iconic classic
Pretty not-so-little Liars take 'WIXIW' on the road
The San Francisco trio talks 'Internal Logic,' Spock and starting a label
Inside the sad decline of a once innovative cultural artifact
News about a giant building, what the new Facebook search means and the 'Week In Grohl'
The late '90s return in a big way, Lemmy has headphones and the world is still bullshit
The week in Dave Grohl. And, oh yeah, some other stuff too.
Feel better Justin Bieber. We're all pulling for you.
From gamepad to beatpad, inside Gerald Bailey's lost 'Weekend'
The Richmond singer strips down the songs from his ornate debut 'Big Inner'
The Los Angeles punk group delivered pop hooks and cat jokes to a friendly (and physical) audience
Songs about clowns, T-shirt purchases and the perils of politeness with the rising Nashville artist
The ex-Battles-frontman-turned-composer debuted his latest piece, titled "HIVE," for a crowd of eager onlookers at the historic museum
The slowcore pioneers teamed up with the ACME String Quartet as part of the Wordless Music Series
Arthur Ashin and his band emerged from the shadows and laid their 'Anxiety' out for all to see
How much psych-rock can one man take? A lot, apparently.
LOUD. LOUD. LOUD. Yes, very loud.
Punk energy and power-pop professionalism from the retro Brooklyn garage rock band
Pittsburgh psych-pop enigmas bring their 'Juicy' new songs to New York
CMJ favorites return to the scene of the crime
Saxophones, sore throats and Donald Duck