At the 17th annual Gathering, we captured the make up and glory of the Juggalos and Juggalettes in Ohio.
Kamasi Washington's dad, Rickey, played an essential role in the talented musician's life, challenging and nurturing him so that he could become the man and artist he is today.
Playing in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band with Macaulay Culkin taught me more about the nature of celebrity—and pizza—than I'd bargained for.
Before her father ran for commander-in-chief, Tiffany Trump made a bid for Top 40 radio domination.
Their set at Le Festival d'été de Québec made us think that maybe we're all just being pretentious dweebs by hating on one of America's most famous bands.
The French singer became an American celebrity for dating Kristen Stewart, but she's been influential in the indie pop music scene for nearly a decade.
The Aussie punks first New Zealand appearance kicked a new hole in K Road.
We talked to director Warren Fu—who's worked with Daft Punk, Snoop, Weezer, and more—about his creative partnership with The Strokes and a bunch of other stuff.
What do you need your mates for anyway? Why can't you just go to music festivals by yourself? What's stopping you?
Cameron's off-the-cuff tune is the cute "oopsy-daisy-hows-your-father-evenin-guvnor-fucked-yer-country" ditty we've all been waiting for.
She's written hooks for Eminem and Minaj. Timbaland wants in on her LP and Kanye's a fan. No longer just a featured artist now it's all about Bebe.
This is what it's like to spend a weekend partying at Rick Ross's house, the largest single-family home in Georgia, an absurd black Great Gatsby tornado of Ciroc, weed smoke, and barely concealed butt.
One half of The Avalanches speaks of samples, Danny Brown, and writing letters to Sir Paul McCartney.
The Warriors, Beat Street, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Beavis & Butthead and the Seinfeld 'Subway' episode are some of the references in a this mind bending short film.
The Parisian-based, English music wiz returns with Summer '08 that doubles as a time machine, looking back but looking forward, too. Genius or what?
From Avicii to Carl Cox, DJs are beginning to talk about the risks of the job.
The legendary Punk magazine editor Legs McNeil talks about the time he tried to interview his friend Patti Smith for the classic book Please Kill Me.
Just what is "psychedelic," anyway? As we steer ourselves away from the term's birthplace in the 1960s, we spoke to Beyond the Wizards Sleeve, the electro-psych "sonic brotherhood" of Erol Alkan and Richard Norris.
What a way to spend the 182nd day of the year.
'It just ticks off boxes that can't get ticked off working in a collaborative environment.'
On Saturday night the Baltimore rapper was tragically taken from us at age 23. His impact on the city was an immeasurably positive one.
To pay homage to the record's 20th anniversary, we talked about its legacy with the men who took Jay Z's words to heart.
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.