Stream a new song by KC Rae (Now Now’s KC Dalager).
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Stream a new Public Image Ltd. song.
Jeanette Walls discussed her new novel with Shondaland.
The Creative Independent interviewed Liturgy’s Ravenna Hunt-Hendrix.
I really enjoy taking themes or motifs that I’ve been working with and then slowing them down, or putting them on a different instrument, or playing them backwards, or something like that—just performing these operations and then reinserting the piece somewhere else.
I can’t say my work rises to the point of political influence—¡Ojalá!—but I’d love for it to contribute to a larger conversation, one that elucidates how capitalism, individualism, and ladder climbing have negative consequences for humans. I hope readers set down my work and are happy to have read it, and feel it was worth their time. I also hope they think, Huh, eliminating the levels and barriers between us is the only remedy to our collective ills.
Stream a new song by the xx’s Romy.
Eleanor Shearer talked books and reading with Debutiful.
Stream a new Neva Dinova song.
The Los Angeles Times listed essential L.A. books.
Stream a new Angel Olsen song.
Bandcamp Daily recapped winter’s best albums.
Anissa Gray discussed her new novel with Shondaland.
Music is a huge part of this book, and it’s almost like a soundtrack for their lives. The song Deborah is singing when they meet is “Please Mr. Postman.” It’s about a woman who is waiting to hear from the person she loves, and she hasn’t. Her heart is broken. I chose that song for a reason because it foreshadowed what was about to happen between this couple. It’s love and joy, but it’s also heartbreak. I think that sort of encapsulates their story.
Stream a new song by the Lilac Time.
Chris Brokaw talked to PopMatters about the Codeine reunion.
Full Stop interviewed author A. V. Marraccini.
Stream a new song by Girl Ray.
Stream a new song by Juan Wauters.