"One of my gifts as a critic is that I really like music, and I'm open and still excitable. I'm not a bored person, and I'm not tired of life."
Which might be tough, because neither 'Blond(e)' nor 'Endless' appear to have been submitted.
He's back out here: Action Bronson dropped a new song and video for "Durag vs. Headband," featuring Big Body Bes and produced by Knxwledge.
Over breakfast burritors, we talked about nihilism, neoliberalism, and aiming for joy with How to Dress Well, a.k.a. Tom Krell.
From Theo Parrish to Via App, 60 minutes of tracks that inspired the synth-pop trio's forthcoming LP Familiar Touch.
Her work in the 60s helped shape American music, but today the composer and accordionist is embracing being a "digital immigrant."
Fresh off the release of his debut album, the Toronto producer delivers a funky soundtrack for your weekly poker night.
Read a Q&A with the Winnipeg associative music producer and stream his latest release on Hot Sugar's Noise Collector.
Kim Gordon sweats. Kim Gordon shits. Kim Gordon likes Rihanna's "Work."
Embracing the good bits of a widely-dismissed music moment that gave us The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim.
With its eleventh edition kicking off this week, artistic director David Dacks discusses the importance of building sustainable scenes.
Long before all your fave rappers, it was Bob who raised the bar on language.
After making hits for Beyonce, Jay Z, Kanye West, and more, the groundbreaking producer turns his sights to mentorship.
Porter Robinson, Madeon, and Soulja Boy explain how one shockingly simple program gave 2010s hip-hop and EDM their respective sounds.
One of rock's longest-running modern staples considers the future.
Meet the rapper behind the viral sensation "OOOUUU."
Robert Alexander talks us through what low frequency does to us physically and psychologically.
If Kreayshawn spiraled into obscurity in the early half of this decade, Natassia Gail Zolot has climbed out, with a jewelry business, motherhood, and a desire to own her future.
Comedian Jon Glaser loves gear. He loves it so much that this fall he's launching a new comedy series on truTV—called, appropriately enough, Jon Glaser Loves Gear—that documents his obsession.
The Seattle-based songwriter wanted to be a pastor, but he now bears witness from the outside.
After decades of silence, the hip-hop pioneer's alleged victims are stepping forward. Here are their stories.
We spoke with rising 24-year-old Bay Area rap star Kamaiyah about her ambition, her influences, and the inspiration behind her Rugrats tattoo.
The Insane Clown Posse member wrote an article for TIME, using it mostly as a soapbox on which to talk about how the Juggalos have been targeted by US authorities.
From hearing voices in sinks to flickering lights, a new doc looks at the otherworldly phenomena caused by Sackville's shortwave towers.