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By Ryo Miyauchi · 29 October 2014
We look back on Le Tigre's third record, This Island, ten years since it was first released.
By Rafael Grafals · 24 October 2014
Rafael Grafals returns to showcase three of the best cassette releases available this October.
By Susan Kemp · 22 October 2014
Death From Above 1979 rose from the ashes last month with their first album in 10 years. But in this week's flashback, we take a look at the album that fueled their legacy: 2004's You're a Woman, I'm a Machine.
By Melissa Scheinberg · 20 October 2014
We got to chat with In-Flight Safety before they play our CMJ showcase.
By Staff · 16 October 2014
Summer's gone, but that doesn't mean the music stops. The Unrecorded team don coat and gloves to offer their quintessential autumnal listening.
By Travis Block · 15 October 2014
Real Gone by Tom Waits is the outlier in a career of outliers, but it also showcases moments of beauty that reinforce why he's one of the best songwriters out there.
By Susan Kemp · 14 October 2014
Susan Kemp reviews Life After Death From Above 1979, a chronicle of the punk band's disintegration and reconciliation.
By Staff · 10 October 2014
Pad and Pencil casts an eye over the best in new hip-hop, with October's selection featuring Archibald Slim, Loyle Carner and Tory Lanez.
By Hannah Thacker · 08 October 2014
At his recent show on London's trendy Camden High Street, we caught up with Barnaby. to chat about the past, future and, of course, girls.
By Ian Cory · 08 October 2014
Among Isis's body of work, Panopticon stands, if not as their crowning achievement, as their most archetypical — and as the height of their critical success.
By Hannah Thacker · 06 October 2014
We revisit Unrecorded's interview with game-changer Nick Hakim; a project in partnership with bloggers' community HumanHuman.
By Ray Finlayson · 01 October 2014
Ten years ago, while his peers were experimenting with Coldplay and Keane, staff writer Ray Finlayson had a brief dependence on Thirteen Senses. He takes us back to 2004, in this week's flashback of The Invitation.
By Susan Kemp · 30 September 2014
In the second edition of Unreeled, we review Every Everything - The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart, a collection of interviews with Hüsker Dü drummer, Grant Hart.
By Susan Kemp · 24 September 2014
American Idiot galvanized a waning band, redefining Green Day's brand and demanding critics take pop-punk seriously.
By Rafael Grafals · 19 September 2014
DIY labels, Crash Symbols and Patient Sounds, talk to Rafael Grafals about Cassette Store Day – and all the problems with it.
By Ian Cory · 17 September 2014
For a record so preoccupied with death, Arcade Fire's debut is bursting with energy and vitality. But of course, that’s just what a funeral is, not only mourning a loss, but celebrating a life — and the shared memories we have of it.