After listening to it, I discovered a large glowing orb in my chest and realized that I suddenly knew how to do transcendental meditation.
I met Raekwon in a hazy, London hotel room for a quick catch-up about what we can expect from the rapper's next solo record, as well as to glean some golden nuggets of opinion on various rap matters.
Under the icy glaze of a Canadian winter, Montréal's dance scene is thriving.
You want violence, chaos, and the gut-wrenching beauty of the sublime? You got it.
It's a catchy, minimalist dance tune, and the new video pairs it with some found footage of weird shit, like little kids twirling ribbons and people dancing to disco.
The rising producer spoke to THUMP about making music designed for specific Berlin clubs, the feminist essay that inspired his new record's title, and needing to say "fuck you" to someone at least once a week.
The collaborative two-track album builds to a climax that'll please even the most jaded of hardcore fans.
I was chatted with some of the girls at Moonlite BunnyRanch about their music taste, bizarre client requests, and what it's like to have sex to trap music.
In episode eight of Noisey Atlanta, we find ourselves in the studio with the elusive Young Thug before linking up with Rich Homie Quan.
On Saturday Finnish TV viewers officially selected Pertii Kurikan Nimipäivät (PKN), a punk rock group composed of four middle-aged men with learning disabilities, as their entrant for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.
Yeezy spoke at my university yesterday, and all I got were these lousy interviews.
The latest breadcrumb on the trail to Action's upcoming album Mr. Wonderful is this brand-new track, "Baby Blue," which includes Bam Bam singing over production by Mark Ronson.
Post-apocalyptic wasteland, devoid of any culture or life aside from a basketball playing Godzilla ripoff? Check. Tiny rocket cruising through the far depths of space before getting hit by some kind of space garbage? Yep.
The band's original drummer talks memory, mourning, and Manchester.
The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."
This is magnificent. Ata Kak is like the Ghanaian Sugar Man, except much better than that makes him sound. He recorded this mix of highlife, beatboxing, hip-house, electro-funk, and Francis Bebey–style minimal Afropop in 1994, but the tape—which was limit…
If Cat Power and Liza Minnelli's gay dad gave birth to an emotional, pale sex god, he would probably look and sound like Perfume Genius, a.k.a. Mike Hadreas.
Sometimes, all you need is a good old-fashioned blues groove and some cock-rock vocals.
The former America's Got Talent finalist is selling out shows across the country and dealing with the pressures of fame for the first time.
The musician performed the track live at the BRIT Awards, featuring Allan Kingdom and a giant flamethrower.
In lieu of releasing a string of mediocre music videos filled with awkward plots and lip synching, Dirty Dishes filmed themselves playing through a few tracks at Hanging Horse Studio in Massachusetts.
"I embrace change. Sometimes it can be hard to see, but it's the way life is. You gotta embrace it, or you're gonna be a bitter old man, you know?"
The new teaser for Mr. Wonderful shows what might happen if Action decided to make an album full of ballads produced by Danny Tamberelli (Little Pete from Pete & Pete, Michael's annoying ass son, Jimmy, from GTA V).
The Creators Project spoke with Xavier Veilhan about meeting the robots, sculpting Rick Rubin's beard, and his new double exhibition, Music, which opens this week at Galerie Perrotin.