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The National Teaches The Joy of Sadness

Tonight The National is ropier, headier and more strung out than usual. Quiet moments become fuller. Guitars slowly build intricate, sustained riffs and crystalline...

The Many Voiced National

The National never set out to be famous. Born and raised in Ohio, the five-piece formed in 1990’s Brooklyn while in their 20’s. Matt Berninger...

Santigold: 10 Years Gone

There were many things before there was Santigold. First came a girl with a music degree and an internship at Ruffhouse Records. Then, an...

Moving in time with Mitski

I am in front of the stage, beyond the barriers where the photographers stand for the first three songs, when Mitski shows us just...

Mitski: Saved By The Music

Once in an interview with the New York Times, Mitski Miyawaki said, “Not to be cheesy, but I do think music helped me not...

Blood Orange: In The Spotlight And The Shadows

Dev Hynes stands in the back. Though it is his music—as Blood Orange—that reverberates through a crowd peppered with asymmetrical hair cuts and red...

Blood Orange Tours With New Album

A woman, or perhaps a man, sings a plaintive gospel in a high falsetto voice, laddering up and up only for a synth to...

SOAK Stands Out

“You are now entering the southbound train to Grim Town. Please surrender any faith, passportation, or optimism to platform staff if you haven’t already.” The...

Don’t Miss SOAK This Saturday

SOAK’s music is young. She started writing and recording demos at the age of 13, and the now 22-year-old shows no signs of stopping. The...