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The Cranberries' co-founder Noel Hogan talks about why the band's music, and Dolores O'Riordan as it's lead vocalist, resonated so strongly with fans.
The tremendous songwriter zooms in on the kinds of people who don't usually get the red carpet treatment.
The influential musician to the punk and hardcore scene returns with new latest album, Sunshine Rock.
When singer-songwriter Mikaela Straus says, "I've never been subtle. I don't think now is the time," she means it.
Guster's latest album, Look Alive, is a trippy and textured twist on everything you might already love about the band.
The master songwriter performs songs just like he did for Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires on their Nashville porch.
Van Etten is more present than ever, but wouldn't be where she is today without the struggle.
Matthew Houck, who records as Phosphorescent, shares how meeting his partner in a New England bar, having a child and almost dying from meningitis informed his new music.
The guy who always calls it like he sees it remembers a late friend, mentor, and outlaw music icon with a new album, GUY.
Yanya's debut album, Miss Universe, shows off the unique melodies and grounded guitar playing that first earned her attention.
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