The best indie record labels of all time have helped push the boundaries, drawing the mainstream into their world – and changing the face of music in the process.
The four-night ‘Lolla2020’ event promises a jam-packed line-up of new and archival performances, plus in-depth conversations with a variety of tastemakers.
The trio took remote concerts to the next level with their rendition of the popular ‘Show Your Bones’ track.
With their debut album, ‘Fever To Tell’, Yeah Yeah Yeahs flouted convention and brought a sense of fun and urgency to the garage-rock revival.
The indie rock band comprised of Karen O, Nick Zinner, and Brian Chase are one of the most loved rock bands of the last twenty years.
Women have long dominated the rock scene, whether they’ve been acknowledged for it or not. Here are some of the best female rock singers to grace the stage.
One of punk’s biggest achievements was in balancing gender equality, allowing charismatic female punks to break through and speak with authority.
Trading their scuzzy guitars for synths, ‘It’s Blitz!’ found Yeah Yeah Yeahs launching a dancefloor assault shot through with uncompromising punk spirit.
Get your weird on with these timeless indie classics and some newer hits, featuring songs from The Cure, Glass Animals, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pulp, Sonic Youth, The Smiths & more.
Soundtrack composers are often the unsung heroes of film, but without their music, the movies would struggle to come to life.
From the dawn of rock to the present day, the best power trios have stretched sonic boundaries far beyond the limitations of just three instruments.
Indie music is one of pop’s most nebulous genres. Initially a home for misfits, indie rock has gone mainstream – and shows no signs of stopping.
Zinner will perform at New York’s Rockefeller Plaza with a 51-person orchestra and guests stars including Patti Smith guitarist Lenny Kaye.
The natural successors to original New York punk icons Blondie, Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ update of the original art-rock template remains effortlessly cool.
The original version of the song features on Smashing Pumpkins' classic double album 'Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness'.