Rostam Keeps Doing The Work

How saxophone solos and a newfound openness inspired his endlessly lovely second solo album 'Changephobia'

Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner Survived Grief. Now She Can Do Anything

Her unusually, abundantly joyous new album 'Jubilee' is the light at the end of a prolonged stay in the darkness

St. Vincent Sings From A Crystal Ball In 'The Melting Of The Sun' Music Video

The ’70s-inspired visuals come just days after her performance on 'SNL'

Moontype's Songs Of Fellowship: 'The Music Got Better As We Got Closer'

As the Chicago trio linked up and began making excellent debut 'Bodies of Water,' their friendship solidified along with their output

Scarypoolparty's Los Angeles Has A Song For Every Mood

The SoCal musical polymath breaks down his latest EP and takes us through, mood by mood

Imagine Dragons And Rob McElhenney Are Shirtless Pros In 'Follow You' Video

Kaitlin Olson can just kick back and watch

Cloud Nothings Couldn't Tour. They Released 27 Live Albums Instead

The Ohio band's new studio LP 'The Shadow I Remember' is the latest release in a prolific stretch emboldened during quarantine

Julien Baker Can Run Away, But She Won't

'Music itself, the organizations of sound, is really comforting to me,' the singer-songwriter explains as she dives into her third album, 'Little Oblivions'

20 Years Later, Life Without Buildings Share Their Voice With A New Generation

The short-lived Glaswegian band resurfaced after viral fame, allowing their 2001 debut, 'Any Other City,' to reach a new crowd

Radiohead's 'Lotus Flower' Video Perfected A Viral Dance 10 Years Before TikTok

The twitchy 'King of Limbs' visual showcased a liberated Thom Yorke movement that may have resonated more deeply than the music

Wild Pink Is Bigger Than Christmas

The New York band builds a world of grandeur on 'A Billion Little Lights' through big drums and a snowstorm of collaborators

Watch Miley Cyrus Bring Her Raw Power To The Super Bowl Tailgate

With Billy Idol, Joan Jett, and songs from Bikini Kill and more

On Ignorance, The Weather Station Finds The Rhythm In Disconnection

Tamara Lindeman's fifth album is a masterpiece that's as concerned and despondent as it is endlessly catchy

Phoebe Bridgers Reflects On 'Kyoto' And Its Impact: 'Forgiveness Is A Gift To Yourself'

'The Method' dives into the Grammy-nominated song and how it changed her relationship with her father

Maggie Lindemann Refuses To Let Paranoia Hold Her Back

'I always wanted to sing,' she tells MTV News. 'I didn't want to just be a pretty girl on Instagram'

Little Richard Documentary I Am Everything To Tell The Story Of The 'Architect' Of Rock And Roll

The howling musician lives on in a new film from Dee Rees and Lisa Cortés

My Chemical Romance's Danger Days Was The Perfect Unintentional Goodbye Letter

A decade later, the emo band's ambitious, post-apocalyptic fourth album sounds more fitting than ever

Beabadoobee Mines Her Own Cosmic Dust

‘Fake It Flowers’ is a dazzling debut from the 20-year-old talent bound for the stratosphere

How Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory Design Helped Define The Band

Art director Frank Maddocks traces the street-art influence of the massive debut, turning 20 this month

Eddie Van Halen, Guitar God And Hit Songwriter, Dead At 65

His guitar acrobatics helped anchor Van Halen through multiple lineups, chart successes, and pop glory

Rilo Kiley, Jenny Lewis, Taylor Swift, And The Trail Of Heartbreak Pop

As Rilo Kiley’s debut EP hits streaming services for the first time, a look back at the blueprint they left

Luna Aura's Noisy Rebirth

How the pop performer found her way back to herself on 'Three Cheers for the American Beauty'

Jeff Rosenstock Made His Late-Night TV Debut Look Like 'Chaos Hell'

The punk icon tells MTV News about his sweaty, joyous performance on 'Seth Meyers,' new music, and why UFOs might be 2020's silver lining

Bartees Strange Gives In To Lawless Creation

The artist's stunning debut 'Live Forever' spans indie rock, hip-hop, and jazz, showcasing his eclectic upbringing