We had a lot of fun getting to know folks like vets Kim Shattuck and Kristin Hersh and newbies Queen Kwong and Liv Warfield this year.
The pint-sized violin prodigy opens up about the very emotional journey that led her to create “Lililand.”
Teri Gender Bender is back with another Le Butcherettes record, and she shares the very personal stories behind it.
Sarah Jaffe makes a departure from her folksy roots to explore a new electro-sound in her latest release, “Don’t Disconnect.”
We chat with the Irish chanteuse about singing in blues clubs when she was 16 to becoming our next big hope for a rockabilly star.
After stomping face to protect her own, The Muffs’ Kim Shattuck says “Whoop Dee Doo” and lets it all hang out.
Katie Kate could have just made a white female pop record, but she’s on a different mission with “Nation.”
Growing up in her family’s bluegrass band, Mayfield is a little bit country, but more rock ‘n’ roll than ever on her new album.
Artist Ciscandra Nostalghia didn’t grow up around music, but she’s created an album that could already be her best hits.
It’s been a long time coming but the avant pop duo is back and chats with us about movies, New York of yore and of course, food.
It started with a chance meeting with Prince. But on her new album, “The Unexpected,” Liv Warfield is the royal one.
The Throwing Muses frontwoman talks touring, performing with Tanya Donnelly again and the evils of self-expression.
Somebody, find a crown. Carré Callaway is quickly becoming rock’s new royalty.
With the challenging 2013 behind her, the singer returns with a new album and attitude.