The classically-inclined progressive Russian duo expands its already broad palette on its third album, featuring guest spots from members of Porcupine Tree and Riverside.
On 2013’s Bye Bye 17, Sean Tillmann metamorphosed his Har Mar Superstar act from a tongue-in-cheek, dirty-minded R&B sleazoid into something much more soulful and sincere. His new album, produced by Julian Casablancas, progresses further down that path.
The New York-based singer puts a banjo-driven spin on Warren Zevon’s latter-day ode to the agony of getting older, recorded during the sessions for her upcoming new EP, Strays in the Cut.
As if they weren’t already spending enough time together, the AFI frontman and guitarist indulge in their childhood love of electronic music as Blaqk Audio. Puget talked to us about the project’s origins, his love of Depeche Mode and his dance skills.
As the sole remaining original member from the band’s most commercially-successful era, Martin talks about what it takes to keep the band going, the delicate balance of blending the expected old material with less familiar new songs, and why he’s glad it doesn’t take months to make an album anymore.
The progressive band from Greece stretches out on the ten-minute closing track from their upcoming album, Quantum Unknown.
The cellist, songwriter and former member of the Books gears up for a tour in support of his debut solo album, IF.
The bassist describes the sessions that led to the recording of the hit single, which saw the band turning in a more soul-influenced direction, and how he formed lasting friendships with Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
Contemporary artists take on their favorite songs from 1966 in this new compilation, featuring covers of tracks by the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Percy Sledge and more.