On their new LP ‘How Long Do You Think It’s Gonna Last?,’ Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon’s collaborative project Big Red Machine delivers an album that brings together the best of each of their solo output over the last few years.
Examining Deerhunter — Halcyon Digest, Bradford Cox, Best Albums & Songs
Steve and Ian discuss how the new album holds up in the band’s catalogue, and could even cause a reconsideration of their entire career.
Musically, Clairo’s sophomore album ‘Sling’ is a very low-key affair that could be viewed as another “reaction to fame” record that exists as the opposite end of the harshness spectrum from Nirvana’s ‘In Utero.’
Steve and Ian respond to a listener wondering whether Ty Segall would be more popular if he had existed in a different musical era.
With the release of Lucy Dacus’ third solo album ‘Home Video,’ Steve and Ian examine her place within the lexicon of modern indie rock heroes.
In the midst of an era of music consumption that gives listeners exactly what they want, Black Midi is the rare rock band with a significant profile that is unafraid of irritating people.
Steve and Ian discuss ‘Delta Kream,’ the new blues covers album from The Black Keys.
This week, Steve and Ian are digging into ‘Daddy’s Home,’ the latest album from St. Vincent, which is said to echo the vibe of a New York City album from the 1970s.
With Jeff Rosenstock reimagining his entire 2020 opus ‘No Dream’ as a ska album and the prevalence of @Ska Tune Network on YouTube, could ska be making another comeback in the 2020’s?
After years of hearing Shawn Colvin, Duncan Sheik, and Goo Goo Dolls over the PA at grocery stores, Steve and Ian take a listener question that inquires about singles from modern indie artists that will soon be the soundtracks to grocery stores and pharmacies worldwide.