Jul 31, 2017
Arcade Fire has a new album out named Everything Now and it's been getting all sorts of different reviews. Tyler and Katie jump into the history of Arcade Fire, the different creative arcs of their career, and where they seem to be headed after The Suburbs made them the biggest Indie band on the planet years ago.
Jul 28, 2017
We started our Selector Series in order to give music fans a chance to get inside the heads and record collections of some of the best artists, curators, and music brains around. This month, we partnered with Sonos to bring you into the living room of Ryan Schreiber, the founder of Pitchfork Media. We’ve loved
Jul 25, 2017
Steve Hyden, writer for Uproxx and staunch defender of rock music of all shapes and sizes, is here to talk the Vinyl Me, Please album of the month "Boxer" by The National. As a general PSA, he and I love The National to a possibly unhealthy degree and we go long on the history of the band, what makes them such a...
Jul 21, 2017
Katie Bain is back! Which rules, and we're talking new singles from Nine Inch Nails and the wild new album from Mura Masa. We get into what it's like having NIN still releasing incredible music many years after they blew our teenage minds with "Closer", we discover that we might have loosely sexual feeling...
Jul 13, 2017
This week, Katie Bain is back to talk through new albums from Washed Out and Calvin Harris. We unpack each of them, discuss the scenes that produced both of these artists and the ones they each have created, and ranted a bit about why people need to leave great party music alone.