With "Cherry Quartz," Lantlôs ditches tortured black metal in favor of the most fully realized heavy dream-pop record in recent memory.
Can you tell what a band's music will sound like, just by the shoes they wear? All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen thinks you can.
It's a helluva time to be a '90s emo kid. Teased over social media for weeks, the band behind the influential albums The Power of Failing and EndSerenading will tour this September.
A new song from Jamie xx, the producer behind the stylish, seductive British trio The xx, manages to push his sound in new directions while getting back to bedroom basics.
Twelve years after its last album, the scrappy, nails-dug-in emo band returns with a bright and sunny power-pop song that can't help but be tinged by some regret.
On our latest show, we get metaphysical with new music that questions the state of humanity and technology along with our role in an infinite universe. Plus, new sounds in country and folk.
The songs, videos and musical moments that stopped the All Songs host in his tracks. This week: A cat video, a live double rainbow and all the soles you can shake a camera at.
Can you identify a song when it's stripped down to a just few seconds of isolated drum pounding? This week's puzzler comes courtesy of Bon Iver drummer Sean Carey, otherwise known as S. Carey.
A reader asks, "Will there be a place for cassette tapes in the future? What should I do with cassette tapes — especially those beloved mixtapes — that don't have a place to live anymore?"
Do a musician's songs sound like the shoes she wears? Help us prove that they do by sending in photos of shoes worn by your favorite bands.
In celebration of Record Store Day, the latest All Songs Considered mix features never-before-heard cuts from The Boss and more.
We sent photographer Adam Kissick out to the desert to get happy with a giant astronaut, OutKast's reunion, an Este Haim mask and much more at the music festival in Indio, Calif.
While You Were Sleeping, a new album by singer José James out in June, features a surprising and electrifying new sound you can hear in this track, "EveryLittleThing."
The albums, videos and musical moments that stopped the All Songs Considered host in his tracks this week. This week: the future of concert visuals and the last song you'll ever hear.
A couple of videos we're particularly proud of — a Tiny Desk Concert with OK Go and a Field Recording with Gregory Porter — are up for Webbys this year.