Aussie psychsters the Morning After Girls are actually a bunch of dudes who play guitar-driven instrumental rock. Their latest album may flirt more with the mainstream than past albums have — think Oasis instead of Ride — but Alone still maintains the Girls' hard-charging sound.
By J. Edward Keyes on 12.08.14 in Features
J. Edward Keyes' examines three films that addressed the necessity of suffering in order to create art.
By Annie Zaleski on 12.04.14 in Features
A list of musicians who found greater notoriety with their later projects.
By Eric Harvey on 10.30.14 in Features
Eric Harvey examines how the Foo Fighters marry big-budget promo with nostalgic nerdiness.
By Jayson Greene on 10.02.14 in News
Jen Wood's "Fell In Love" sounds like straightforward piano pop, for a minute or two, right down to the title. Her strong, sterling voice rings out of the center of a few sturdy, echo-drenched chords. But then, chaos cro...