Robert T is the New Brunswick-based father of two with more synth gear than your local hardware store.
A look back at the life of an unlikely music genre pioneer who passed away last week at the age of 75.
With parties like Mister Sunday politely asking clubbers to follow certain stipulations, we ask if rules are a necessity or an invasion of privacy.
The Long Beach rapper's Def Jam Records debut presents the troubles of his hometown from intersecting angles.
With a solid lineup and a hearty DIY spirit, could Runaway be the next FYF?
He also made us a playlist of what he listens to, and told us some great stories about music festivals and drugs.
The success of the Yeezy 350 Boost signals the rise of Kanye the Creative.
Holy freaking crap, it's been one helluva year for music. We attempt to name some of our favorites. And yes, we know, we missed some.
Just over an hour of face-melting metal.
The South Dandies Swaraj are a hip-hop group in Mumbai using their music to talk about street life, slumlords, prostitution, recycling, heartbreak, and Tamil pride.
He met Jesus, rejected drugs, and won a table climbing competition.
After nearly two decades, Swedish punk heroes are releasing a new album, and gambling on the future of their legacy.
Unless you are literally Kanye West, there's no need to be a snob or a show off or take yourself too seriously to have fun at a festival.
Plus, flex your corneas on the exclusive video for "Your Choice," a choice cut off the record Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints.
Lil Durk has emerged as the only member of Chicago's rap renaissance to put out a major label album since 2012. How did he do it, and where does he go next?
The singer-songwriter's Pageant Material is apparently here to make country music cool again. We asked her what that meant.
Why did Pussy Riot come to Glastonbury? Because "We need more riots!" apparently.
How did four virtuosic musicians from Melbourne end up playing a unique brand of funk and soul music to packed houses in New York City?
There's no name and no exact release date yet, but it will come out next year on Thursday's Geoff Rickly's Collect Records.
A new documentary takes a masterful look at the complicated duality of the legendary singer.
How much of what Rick Ross raps about is real, and how much of it is fantasy?
It's just as weird and fractured as the band's music.
We had the emo pioneer listen to 11 bands like Balance and Composure, Into It. Over It., The Hotelier, and La Dispute and tell us what he thought of the direction the genre has taken.
The legendary rapper talks exclusively with Noisey about the first NWA performance in 15 years, which takes place at the BET Experience in Los Angeles this weekend.