Quintron and Miss Pussycat photo

My Spilt Milk picks the week's highlights, including indie rock from Cardinal Sons, Dale Watson's new album, twerking with Big Freedia, comedian Michael Ian Black and puppets.

Young Guns still

[Updated] Later this year, indie rock band Cardinal Sons will head to New Y

Complete Otis Redding singles collection cover art

Our favorite things this week include skateboard videos, new Otis Redding and old Jon Stewart.

Say That to This cover art

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue will soon release their third album on Verve, Say T

"Electric" cover art

British rock band The Cult has its roots in the early 1980s and the post-punk Southern Death C

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Photo of Japanther

The week's highlights, including noise pop from Caddywhompus, the Mercy Brothers' hillbilly revival, the eclectic sounds of Japanther, and a number of events supporting local non-profits.

Quickie Mart photo

DJ Quickie Mart's roots are in hip-hop, but he has broadened his musical horizons.

Vargas cover

Repave, Rethink: One of my favorite bands is also perhaps one of the most divisive bands around today.

Surfer Blood photo

This summer, rock band Surfer Blood released its new album, Pythons, and when it

PBS photo

[Updated] When George Porter Jr. split from PBS in 2009, he set in motion a lengthy legal battle that ended Friday.

Glen Campbell photos

This Week's Spotify Soundtrack begins and ends with the great Glen Campbell.

"Classified" cover

This year, Lily Keber's documentary Bayou Maharajah has been (re)introducing

Photo of Icona Pop

My Spilt Milk picks the week's highlights, including Kevin Gordon's alt-country poems, Bill Kirchen, The Tontons, and getting "Naked!" with Hank & Cupcakes.

The Cure photo

The Cure join the lineup for this year's Voodoo Music Experience, which will take

David Woolworth photo

David Woolworth is quick to point out that his work is contributing to a "sound ordinance," not a noise ordinance.

Hafid and friend photo

Our favorite things this week include Bear Creek, CCR and a stolen iPhone.

Luke James photo

This Week's Spotify Soundtrack looks forward to shows by Feufollet, Dr. John, Bill Kirchen and Dirtfoot, and checks out new releases from Booker T. and Pond.

Photo of Officer Thomas' car

My Spilt Milk picks the week's highlights, including psychedelic rock from NAAM, Bryan Adams' latest tour, Reverend Horton Heat, and a tribute to Officer Rodney Thomas.

Mo Meta Blues cover

Questlove's Blues: In the Spike Lee film Mo’ Better Blues, Denzel Washington plays an old trumpet player purist angered at

John Cale photo

This Week's Soundtrack spotlights John Cale, Sly & The Family Stone, and the elite of New Orleans pianists, alongside new releases and debuts in EDM and hip-hop.

Who do they sound like?

“You've gotta work hard to do well in Florida,” says Roadkill Ghost Choir frontman And

photo of Amy Trail

For a long time, I've considered Kerry Grombacher the only western - as opposed to "country" - artist in New Orleans.

Photo of Futurebirds

My Spilt Milk lists our favorites for the week, including alt-country Futurebirds, indie bands The Eastern Sea and Speedy Ortiz, the rocking brothers of Filligar, and synth sounds from The Octopus Project.

"Tomorrowland Blues" cover

Before Metallica, "heavy metal" was a fluid term that described a lot of hard, blues-based music.