The founding member of iconic NYC hardcore act the Cro-Mags talks about his new memoir, hanging out with Joe Strummer as a teenager and why his band will probably never reunite.
A conversation with the Icelandic artist about moving on, both emotionally and technologically.
It definitely won't get you off like a Rihanna-vid, but you know what? It shouldn't.
With the planet's gaze having moved on from the Olympics, Rio's neighborhood rap circles remain a vital venue for protesting police violence.
At the Boom Festival, a biennial gathering held near the Spanish border last month, about 100 volunteers committed to round-the-clock care for people using drugs. I was one of them.
When I left Harvard with a degree in experimental psychology eleven years ago, I had no plans to sacrifice my career, marriage, and sanity to the Eurovision Song Contest.
Last summer Nick Cave's teenage son died. He poured his pain into song and then realized he'd be caught in a cycle of having to talk endlessly about the tragedy to the press. He made this film instead.
No, you can't pay me in coke and yes, I'm technically working.
Far away from the council estates of London, grime is shaking off its geographical feathers and being reinterpreted by Chinese producers and DJs.
From Florence + the Machine to Beyonce debuting 'Lemonade' on HBO, the Creators Project explore the resurgence of filmic music videos.
Jacob Avanzato's photos capture the scorching energy of a place that comes to life for one week, and then burns to the ground.
Loopy and full of life, 'The Bells' is the Stockholm-based, Studio Barnhus producer's debut album—and best work yet.
The Swedish DJ/producer teams up with songwriter Duvchi to bring us this choice slice of sweet, sweet pop.
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.
We love Britney because she was—and remains, for many of us anyway—a symbol of our youth.
It's all about swagger and sway, confidence and influence.
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 color.
Xergio Córdoba's Ego system allows people to "experience total physical immersion in the music".
We spoke to the guys who've put a book together about fabled Jamaican cartoonist Wilfred Limonious.
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham talks about his journey from idealistic hater to lifelong fan and friend of Gord Downie.
From fingers slammed in sliding doors to being jumped by another band on the lineup, they've got all bases covered.
One week a year, the small Swedish community of Malung swells from its normal 5 000 inhabitants to almost 15 000 as it becomes a hotspot for Dansband fans from all over the country.
We spoke to the guys behind the new documentary NG83: When We Were B-Boys about how your teenage obsessions shape who you become.
Gianna Toboni sits down with the Swedish pop star Robyn to talk about feminism, Prince, and her music publishing company, Konichiwa Records.