Record sales have risen 900 percent over the last decade. So why is that bad?
When hip-hop developed in New York, teams of girls would double dutch in the middle of dancing crowds at clubs, an element of the culture that has been lost along the way.
Here's to the poor forgotten albums of 2005.
You find value in your own value? Then never date a DJ.
The song is a strange, catchy R&B tune that sounds like something Mac Demarco might make if he took too much ecstasy and only listened to Mary J. Blige.
We chatted with the cult rapper, who has been busy directing porn, designing a clothing line for strippers, and filming a web series with George Clinton.
Gather some money. Throw it in the air. Watch it fall to the floor. Put it in a pile. Light it on fire. Here's the video for the hottest rap song in the country.
Two decades after his suicide, the cult of Cobain is still unwavering. We talked to director Brett Morgen who was given unrestricted access to the Nirvana frontman's archive to create Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.
It sounds like Arcade Fire after the apocalypse.
John Doran sits down with Nick Cave to talk about the release of his new book The Sick Bag Song, an epic poem written, quite literally, on airplane puke bags.
Trinidad Carnival is two months of "fetting" and "liming." It's as if India's Holi festival did P90X on steroids. Here's the skinny on this Trini bacchanal and how to survive your comedown.
Beatboxing at schoolchildren in Trafalgar Square is the single most excruciating thing I've ever done.
We reviewed some of the most lyrical and heart-wrenching fiction we've read so far today.
Freedom of expression and censorship aren't immune to dumb ideas.
A music video from the best noise rock band in New York City right now featuring some demented plastic dinosaurs.
An internet meme in five movements.
Yeezy forgot to teach some of them.
Three years after Nadya and Masha were arrested for their punk prayer in a Moscow church, they are crusading fiercely against injustice in Russia and beyond. Bruce Weber captures the riot.
A culture created and nurtured by gays and people of color now is dominated by the same people who run everything else.
Henri Sorvali helped create an ingenious fake campaign poking fun at how metal subcultures are mass marketed.
The music has all the familiar trappings of the post-rock genre, but the band pulls influences from the Beach Boys to Failure to create something wholly unique.
Disco legend Nick Siano's birthday party represented a different era of New York nightlife—one in which clubbers of all races, genders, and sexual identities mixed freely on the dance floor.
Oh my god, there are so many cool new music videos.
In the new video for "Baby Blue," Bronsolini dances around and sings, looking as much like Michael Jackson as Action Bronson ever could.