Music Features

You can trace Regina Carter’s DNA in her music—and for once we’re not talking in metaphorical terms.
When the time comes to call guitarist-vocalist Mike Cooley he picks up the phone at his sweet home in Birmingham, Alabama.
Nondenominational rock ’n’ roll and Deep South church services don’t exactly make likely bedfellows, but if you think about it, there are definitely similarities between the two.
The Brooklyn band doesn’t set out to mess with its fans’ expectations, but that’s what happens anyway.
Describing Justin Pearson as prolific is something of an understatement.
Lillooet enviro-punks talk crowdsourcing, touring on veggie oil, and the Chilcotin War.
Tom Berninger, Matt’s younger brother, is not a star of any kind, although his directorial debut, Mistaken for Strangers, is threatening to make him one
ODESZA is now proving to the world that there’s more to Seattle than rock ’n’ roll.
One of the oddities of life in Music City is that it’s possible to be part of a supergroup even if the rest of the world doesn’t know your name.
If enigmas walk among us, then one of the most intriguingly opaque must be Stephen Malkmus.