a new book examines the 00s nyc music scene, one that would ultimately spawn generation hipster
"Meet Me in the Bathroom" is an oral history of the last true rock'n’roll music scene – New York 2001-2010.
disinterested in the face of everything: watch the strokes' first video in five years
The mini-masterpiece has it all — crime, intrigue, their original haircuts.
the strokes are back with a new ep!
The seminal 2000s band has returned, and the new material sounds exactly like you hoped.
the tracks that changed albert hammond jr.’s life
Having started out playing guitar in The Strokes, the handsome prince of indie rock went on to win even more hearts with solo albums Yours To Keep and ¿Cómo Te Llama?. As his work shaped our lives, on the release of his super impressive third solo LP...
taylor swift’s 1989 will not be on apple music
The streaming service’s 3-month free trial is stopping deals being signed with the UK’s indie labels too.
tyler, the creator, perfume genius and kathleen hanna to play primavera
The Spanish festival presents an eclectic line-up beside the Balearic Sea.
exploring the legacy of punk with julian casablancas and the voidz
The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas played London this week with his new band, The Voidz. i-D caught up with the indie rock heat-throb to talk about Richard Hell, sampling Apocalypse Now, and deep thrash punk.
melodrama, sadness and love songs with the national
Matt Berninger, The National’s charismatic front man has a voice that can reach into your soul and draw out things you didn’t even know you felt.