Some choice quotes: "I don't have any idea what I'm doing," "I'm a miserable fucker that has a lot of gratitude," and "We got fucking lucky as balls."
Going solo to Primavera Sound left me without a source of external validation, except for my Snapchat followers.
Judging by the incredible line up, he invited every legend he's ever met to take part.
You're gonna read two nerds talking about smooth jazz and you're going to like it.
A standard guide to navigating festivals in general isn't any use. You need some sort of map, like Lonely Planet but with some references to stomach-rotting drugs.
Known today mostly as a one-hit wonder and a rock history footnote from the hair metal era, Twisted Sister's story of slow rise and rapid fall shows how fleeting fame can be.
From Tennessee to Illinois to California, attorneys are telling festival-goers how to avoid arrest and advising them about what to do if they do end up in cuffs.
Ben Adams from A1 remembers what it was like to be on every British girl's bedroom wall, and how lonely life can be when you're a famous teenager.
Nightclubs are the community centers for LGBTQ people; what happened this weekend won't destroy that.
Is there anything you can ask Sir Paul that he hasn't been asked a million times? I was about to find out.
In the first installment of Rave New World, we visited Unsound Kraków, a festival featuring surprise headliners in unconventional spaces.
When women are angry, they are expected to be sexy. When women are hurt, they are expected to be dignified. These two records changed that.
By being big, bold, beautiful, and black, Muhammad Ali charted a path for hip-hop's pioneers to follow, and taught us how to be men.
There's the stuff that's so valuable you'd jump of a building to save, and then the things you more or less expect to be destroyed.
The Dandy Warhols were my first ever interview. It was a disaster. Sixteen years later I met up with Courtney Taylor-Taylor for round two.
It brings to an end weeks of speculation on the artist's cause of death.
She's got hugs and mints for everyone.
"The bouncers don't really believe I'm there to play. They always do this double take."
Sure, it's not 15-year-old-kid-running-for-president-under-the-name-Deez-Nuts weird, but it's still fucking weird. Weird enough that I want at least one article out there on the internet about it. So here it is.
The Chairlift singer reveals how many people have been in love with her. It is LOADS.
Do they think this is a bold new illegal rave movement our just the next generation copying them?
We traveled to South Africa to see the new generation of hip-hop artists that have emerged and are re-defining what it means to be "born free."
The Sydney house trio's second LP 'Activity' is out through Chapter Music August 5.
Owen Husney opens up about working with the headstrong 17-year-old prodigy, securing a million dollar deal, the fraught recording of Prince's debut, and more.