On Rabbit Rabbit's new compilation album.
Even the savviest music geek will miss a few records here and there. This week, Soundcheck is going to celebrate your better-late-than-never favorites, and ask you why you missed them in the first place. Tell us about the music you missed the first time around, but now love dearly.
The To Do List, which opens July 26, is a coming of age film set in the summer of 1993. Writer and director Maggie Carey talks about the soundtrack to her new comedy.
On Brighter Than The Sun, the unabashedly optimistic new album from the electro-pop songwriter Kyle Andrews.
Whether you're sitting on a beach, relaxing at the pool, or simply escaping the peaking temperatures, hot sidewalks, and unrelenting, soupy humidity inside this summer, Soundcheck has a few favorite music-related books you will love to read.
Hear a wistful new song from the jazz-pop band Leftover Cuties.
Soundcheck is joined by comedian Tig Notaro, 30 Rock composer and producer Jeff Richmond and the high energy, pedal steel-led ensemble Robert Randolph & The Family Band, live in WNYC's Greene Space..
Just in time for the Stanley Cup finals, musician Erin McKeown chats with the hockey-themed band The Zambonis about why she should get into the sport.
Maxwell's, the internationally renowned rock club in Hoboken, N.J., is closing its doors for good after July 31. Soundcheck's Irene Trudel shares some of her favorite musical and personal memories of the beloved venue.