In celebration of 25 years of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' iconic 1999 album Californication, Peter Holslin dives into how it still holds a grip on the modern Californian psyche.
Brittany Menjivar dives into the chaotic world of elusive hyperpop artist Ayesha Erotica, who evokes the feeling of casting aside shame while embracing hope.
The latest album from Maurice Louca finds him leading a full band, performing under the name Elephantine name – this perceptive essay written by Asher Gamedze examines the various meanings of the word “moonshine” and the making of the record.
Adam Bhala Lough writes about his experiences working with Lee Perry on the documentary about his life, experiencing his supernatural abilities and his infectious energy.
When listening to 'Free 03,' we can’t forget who Greedo was and what was happening around him when he recorded the record -- who we were when he was incarcerated, Thomas Whittaker writes.
We’re just shy of 30 years with 'Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness' and it feels as vital today as it ever did, Casey Taylor writes.
Momma October 30, 2022
Caleb Catlin remembers his mother, her faith, and the power of the music that they shared together.
Myles writes a moving piece about how music fit into his very personal 2019.
Israel Daramola breaks down the new Garry Shandling documentary, 'The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling.'
Madeleine Byrne pens an essay on the power of instrumental hip-hop.