‘7’ Is a Musical Tribute to Complicated Women and Mixed Feelings

The latest album from psychedelic pop band Beach House uses intricate soundscapes to capture the conflicting emotions that lyrics simply can’t spell out

‘Dirty Computer’ Is an Anthem of Liberation Amid the Chaos of 2018

Janelle Monáe’s third album is a stirring account of being black, queer, female, and proud in a world that won’t accept it

Fred Perry Celebrates Record Store Day One Last Time

On April 28, the British clothing brand teams up with various hi-fi system providers and record collectors all over to keep the analog soul alive

Coeli’s ‘Here Today’ Signals the Arrival of an Exciting Musical Talent

The singer-songwriter’s debut EP is a brief but remarkable showcase for her elaborate compositions, tender writing, and fully expressive voice.

Celebrate 20 Years of Sandwich with Their Most Underappreciated Songs

We boost the signal for some of our favorite deep cuts from the local music scene’s liveliest performers.

‘Golden Hour’ Is the Country Music Album You Didn’t Know You Needed

The latest release from former Nashville Star contestant Kacey Musgraves blends classic country, cheeky wordplay, and psychedelic synths in 13 essential songs.

I See You: Up Close with The xx

An exclusive interview with the Romy Croft and Oliver Sim of The xx.

Rogue’s Top 5 Local Albums of 2017

With so much music and so little time, we highlight five releases from this year that have pushed the envelope for local music.