Billy Name, a late key figure in the 60s art scene and briefly Warhol's lover, speaks to the authors of 'Please Kill Me' about the Velvet Underground's breakup, and the time Warhol was almost murdered.
Lit Daw, Lit Eyne, and Lit Internet open up about the group's murky origins over an encrypted Russian messaging app.
A handy guide to the people you should run away from when you see them in Black Rock City.
We sit down with the Long Beach rapper to talk his new EP Prima Donna, the dumb nature of rap beefs, why everything is corny, the internet, art, and a whole lot more.
It's all about swagger and sway, confidence and influence.
Have you ever tried to dance to Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" by yourself? Don't. It's too sad, and people will take pictures of you with their phones.
The New Jersey DJ is ready for the mainstream—and he wants to bring his queer POC community along with him.
The British athletes put their stamina to the test to the mannered sounds of Chase & Status—and there's no shame in that.
Women are starting to headline EDM festivals, but they still aren't making much money for it.
"Boys do cry, but I don't think I shed a tear for a good chunk of my teenage years. It's surprisingly my favorite part of life so far."
The video dropped on Apple Music in the early hours of the morning with the long-awaited album due out this weekend.
Frank Ocean's sampling of ballroom queen Crystal LaBeija pays direct homage to a figure integral to the nightlife culture of the LGBTQ community of colour.
Rick Kidson was hosting the BelTek festival in rural Maine when a devastating fire broke out on his property.
The enigmatic R&B Renaissance man is getting political: "There's been no justice for these situations, no convictions. But I believe by talking about it — by spreading these issues through music to my fans — we can put a stop to it."
Oh, you're a DJ? Sorry, there's already a supermarket that already makes the best mixtapes of all time.
When festival organisers and bystanders are poorly educated on how to handle or prevent sexual assaults, it implicitly says this behaviour is acceptable.
Kofi and Kojo Ansah talk their solo work and coming together as a group when the world needs them most.
People have been overlooking another important part of Bolt's legendary lineage—the guy absolutely loves to DJ, and has so for many years.
'22, A Million' is out on September 30. Get your sweaters ready.
Like the show itself, the nostalgic synth score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein cleverly upends familiar 80s cliches.
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham talks about his journey from idealistic hater to lifelong fan and friend of Gord Downie.
The Summer Sixteen tour is basically a Taylor Swift Concert.
Public Health England is recommending you get a double MMR vaccine before you go to Reading.
"His name is unfortunate. But that's what happens: you choose a name in the beginning of your career and then you're stuck."