Pearl Jam, Courtney Barnett, Erykah Badu, Jeff Buckley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Death Grips, and Mastodon highlight this year’s allotment of exclusive releases.
Everyone from Jack White and Jeff Tweedy to Miley Cyrus has tried shedding some blood across these tracks.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
Speaking to Kyle Meredith, Lory also discusses Buckley’s would-have-been sophomore LP, Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk and the extreme shelf life of Buckley’s “Hallelujah” cover, as well as getting Leonard Cohen’s blessing.
As performed during RHCP’s headlining set at Lollapalooza Chile over the weekend.
Dave Lory opens up about his relationship with Buckley for the first time.
Treat yourself to some damn fine sounds for that damn fine cup on National Coffee Day.
We take a deeper look at the album by talking to Buckley’s collaborators.
A song-by-song companion for your stroll through Buckley’s discography.
Jude Law leads a mystifying examination of the sacred and the profane.
These are the voices that continue to touch, console, inspire, and empower us.
These are but a few of the artists who couldn’t resist covering Cohen’s legendary catalog.