Why are there so few places where we can feel like we’re a part of something?
Inside the new digital musical counterculture, with Mark ReditoReclaiming the future of online creativity and labor, one 77-person "headless band" at a time
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Plus, space rock, the vibecession, Hot Line Cook Summer, and other things we're obsessing over this month
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We are all outsiders, with Eve 6 GuyMax Collins on his evolution from Y2K alt-rocker to post-Bernie public intellectual, John Hinckley's music, and finding redemption in a culture war
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Discuss: The Best Music of 2022 (so far)2022 has been gangbusters for exciting sonic outputs across the board. Check out our playlist, and send us your own favorites.
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The Boomer Ballast effect, with Kevin Munger and Joshua CitarellaLiving in the shadows of the richest and most powerful generation in U.S. history is pushing youth politics into strange new shapes
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New Yorkers have been escaping to the Hudson Valley for decades. Audrey Gelman's "country store" tells us a lot about the place, and ourselves.
The tricky business of reporting on the New RightNavigating political journalism from the front lines of the culture war, with James Pogue.
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