The electropop band’s sophomore album is sonic bliss
Cut Copy have created one of 2011’s first genuinely exciting albums.
The indie-folk quartet Ivan & Alyosha comes to us with a nod to Dostoyevsky.
The archetypal rock star tells all.
Will 2011 mark the return of the rock star?
The San Diego natives can hold their own against any band touring today.
The indie collective brought its stirring sound to Pittsburgh’s Mr. Smalls.
The Ohio band has a hidden depth that belies its lo-fi aesthetic.
The Vancouver band shares its favorite music-related films.
The Minnesota band tells us about their new album.
Roadside Graves are bringing their joyous, knee-slapping live set to San Diego.
Win a copy of Arcade Fire’s new album, The Suburbs, on fancy-pants vinyl.
We talk with Derek Miller about producing, the future of Sleigh Bells, and what MIA is really like.
Frontman Sonny Smith reveals the influences behind his soothing beach pop.
The Irish band casts a wicked spell.
Sleigh Bells prove their worth with a ferocious set.
Bonnaroo in a nutshell.
We chew the fat with Edwarde Sharpe’s skinny front man.
Who knew jumbotrons could give birth?
The Philadelphia band talks about new material that they have planned.
The things people will endure to see the music they love.
In the second installment of our two-part guide, we give our picks for Bonnaroo’s must-see acts.
Alex Kemp produces his list of influences.
Owl and Bear’s tips and tricks for getting the most out of Bonnaroo.