The fall 2021 albums you need to hear now
Lil Nas X’s crowning achievement, Snail Mail’s sophomore smash, and excellent indie records from Lala Lala and Tasha.
On Little Oblivions, Julien Baker conquers her darkest thoughts
Ahead of her new album, the prolific indie-folk singer talks religion, sobriety and taking a step back from the music industry.
ezra koenig: “is rock dead? yes. is the guitar a relevant instrument? not really”
The indie boom is long over, but Vampire Weekend have prevailed as the era’s most imaginative and transcendent group.
emily reo is cheering herself on
The indie-pop singer claps back at toxic masculinity in her new video for 'Strawberry,' premiering today on i-D.
this south korean surf-rock album is a spirited ode to friendship
Say Sue Me's vibrant new record, 'Where We Were Together,' premieres in full on i-D. The album was written after one bandmember suffered an accident.
“we’re like a disease” – shame go down and out in paris and london
See what happened when we hit the road with Britain’s most exciting new band.
25 years of chapter music: a chat and a cuppa with ben and guy
For 25 years, Guy Blackman and Ben O’Connor have worked to create a "beautiful, healthy, expressive music scene."
yeah yeah yeahs release trailer for film documenting their early 00s ‘near downfall’
"There Is No Modern Romance," named after one of their lyrics, will be released in a bundle with the upcoming reissue debut album "Fever to Tell."
this new book examines new york's early-aughts music scene
"Meet Me in the Bathroom" is an oral history of the last true rock'n’roll music scene – New York 2001-2010.
goat girl are the casual saviours of underground indie
"Music can't save you from death, but it can save you from boredom."
introducing vagabon: the new york songwriter breaking down the barriers of indie
Lætitia Tamko is the engineer turned indie rocker bursting out of the New York underground.
digitalism: music to... get lost to
The Deutsch duo lay down a mix of electro-indie gems.