Algiers Fight the ‘Power’ Elite With Soulful Post-Punk
'There are songs about fantasizing about justice, and fantasizing about vengeance, vindication.'
Elder Follow No Path but Their Own
'It’s always been really important to the band to have artwork that represented the contents. That got through to me after so much money ... wasted on something that looked cool and didn’t live up to it.'
Grails Turn ’70s Porn Soundtracks Upside Down
'Any music that helps people get out of bed in the morning and keep their heads up might be considered political these days.'
Mexicali Noise-Punks Silent Embrace the Loudness
Post-punk without borders.
Alcest Channel the Natural World Via Graceful Metal Anthems
The French duo returns to its heavy roots.
No ‘Bias’ Here: Purling Hiss Are as Noisy as Ever
The Philly power trio sharpens up on album number six.
Beach Slang’s Loud Bash of Motivational Punk Anthems
Plus, check out their new video for "Atom Bomb" out NOW!
Pill Aren’t Angry, but They Are Smart, Assertive and Nuanced
The four members of Brooklyn post-punk group Pill don’t consider their music to be angry. They might call it forceful or aggressive, passionate or disdainful. It can also be aggressive, humorous, satirical or inquisitive. But of all the emotions that course through the 12 tracks on their debut album, Convenience, anger isn’t one of them...