The first Tinnitus series show happened this past Saturday at the Wick, Brooklyn. Ben Frost, Juliana Barwick, and ONEIROGEN performed. Photos by Samantha Marble.
"We know the industry is in the doldrums, but people still need music, even if there’s no music industry." — DJ Quik
Andy Stott’s “Faith in Strangers” is named Best New Track
Viet Cong’s Continental Shelf is named Best New Track
Pharmakon’s Bestial Burden is named Best New Music
Vince Staples’ Hell Can Wait EP is named Best New Music
Of all the impossible-to-recreate sounds made by the Beatles, George Harrison’s lead guitar might be the most elusive. Jayson Greene teases out its haunting essence with the help of a few Harrison acolytes, including his son Dhani.
Philadelphia fuzz-pop upstarts Sheer Mag’s riff-hungry “What You Want” is a Best New Track.
Twenty years since the Internet went mainstream, artists tell us about their early online experiences.
The great Marianne Faithfull’s new collaborative track with Nick Cave, “Late Victorian Holocaust”, is a Best New Track.
Riccardo Tisci and Erykan Badu in our October issue.