Manchester Orchestra’s cover of No Doubt has the unrestrained anger, sore throat voice cracks, and impossible weight of a band who knows how to smother with sound. Continue reading
Azealia Banks turns Interpol’s “Slow Hands” into a smooth R&B cover, and the change up in genre gives a sore heart new life. Continue reading
Chad Ubovich has been hiding behind Ty Segall, FUZZ, and Mikal Cronin onstage. But on his friends’ tours, Ubovich was busy writing his own material under the moniker Meatbodies, and now he’s making a remarkable debut. Continue reading
It’s the grandaddy of Hub rock joints, and to those that can still remember the smell of the floors there, it’s considered something of a holy grail. Continue reading
Greys have raised the standard: more punk bands should cover Stereolab.
It’s that stinging pain McArdle shares that elevates their cover, giving it a genuine honesty and emotion that not only makes itself known, but felt. Continue reading
With an original swap of chords and the title lyric being held out on different parts, Joyce Manor’s cover is a brand new sing-a-long that comes at you full force. Continue reading