The long-gone legendary vocalist documents her ambitious tour with an equally ambitious live album.
Articles by Edward Dunbar
A beguilingly gloomy, adventurous leap forward for the Los Angeles indie rockers.
Arcade Fire, The Julie Ruin, and Broken Social Scene dominate the inaugural festival.
Natasha Khan takes another step toward the vaunted pantheon of British art rock.
The rain and cancellation sucked, but the rest of the weekend sure didn’t.
Janelle Monáe, Sia, and Sufjan Stevens memorably closed out the fest’s City Hall Plaza era.
The sound of a band learning to work together again and finding that they aren’t as rusty as they might think.
Giving pop a gentle nudge into a more complex and subtle future.
The trio feel their way through the early, heady days of the Painting With tour.
The country star demystifies her popularity.
Chillwave is dead! Long live Neon Indian!
Ty Segall’s power trio brought their scuzzed-out sound to a sold-out Sinclair.