The Go-Go's Guitarist Jane Wiedlin Is Back With a Surprising New Album
The '70s punk rocker isn't done with music despite all the naysayers.
Emily Haines on the Lifesaving Power of Music
Metric front woman and Broken Social Scene member Emily Haines on her first solo album in a decade.
A Concert for Yoko Ono Reveals a Bright Young Artist
Moor Mother's Camae Ayewa on time travel, performance art, and poetry.
Zola Jesus's Reading List
The books that kept singer-songwriter Nika Roza Danilova going during the recording of her latest album, Okovi.
The Alternate Universe of Midnight Sister
Juliana Giraffe talks Midnight Sister's debut album, prophesies, and being in mime school. Plus, watch their new video "Clown."
Whispertown's Morgan Nagler Rediscovers Her Voice
The musician and actress talks with Lenny about Whispertown's next album, life without insurance, and her enduring capacity for optimism.
Revisiting "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie"
On Alanis Morisette's underrated follow-up to 1995's Jagged Little Pill.
The B-Girls: The Greatest Band That Never Was
The B-Girls opened for The Clash, and counted Debbie Harry as a fan — so how come they didn't make it?
Music Monday: Briana Marela on the Many Truths of Love
The singer-songwriter opens up about her new record Call It Love. Plus, we premiere the song "Feel What I Feel."
Music Monday: This Is the Kit Is Redefining Folk Music
An interview with Kate Stables, the Paris-based folk musician, on her band's latest and most spacious album.
Music Monday: How Ameriie's Music Gave Me a Sense of Belonging
Asian American writer Sally Wen Mao reflects on how Ameriie's 2002 debut offered her sanctuary amid the social difficulties of high school.