Criolo built his reputation in the São Paulo hip-hop underground. Alongside DJ DanDan, he's been financing and hosting the Rinha dos MC's, an infamous local freestyle battle.
Here it is, the director's cut of Dell & Intel's first ever Special Engagement. Live from the Lustre Pearl in Austin with the Brooklyn-bred hip-hop prodigy Theophilus London, hosted by Telli Federline of Ninjasonik.
El artista de Río de Janeiro es conocido como "El ciéntifico del sonido".
P.K. 14, often described as China's most influential band, plays a blend of straight-up punk dosed with a sensible hit of experi-rock play.
Rapper 50 Cent, the head honcho of G-Unit, talks with Ryan Duffy about navigating super-stardom. The odd-couple touch on everything from 50's new business opportunities, the changing music business and his international perspective.
The Thermals-tapped Younger Lovers guide us through their creamerie-turned-house/recording studio/practice space/sometimes-DIY-showspace and explain their family history with Eli's Mile High blues club.
The Offset: Spectacles are probably the most stubborn band in Beijing.
George and Mike Kuchar are preternatural fraternal twins who have been making oddly amazing motion pictures for over 50 years.
Thomas Morton sale a comer con Bradford Cox, vocalista de la banda de Atlanta, Deerhunter, conocido como Atlas Sound cuando se encuentra de solista.
Chrissy Barnes links up with Elephant Man at Bad Boy Studios while the dancehall star is recording a new track featuring Diddy.
Fucked Up defy every convention that has been slapped on the hardcore genre, yet they've managed to become the most important punk band performing today. Nina Sundra drops in with Canadian punkers at some random industrial park in Toronto.
Thomas Morton visits Brooklyn band Golden Triangle's artsy practice space fully equipped with space for yoga and religious fish.
Straight from the underground scene of Beijing, SUBS is a bombastic band that had the unfortunate pleasure of forming during the SARS outbreak.
Black Lips have premiered the third video directed by our very own Jake Burghart from their latest album Arabia Mountain.
To get a good sense of Marvin, try reorienting your thinking to the early 60s, when vocal-less outfits like the Ventures privileged high-energy fun over experimentation.
Twin Cities punk rock duo Birthday Suits take us cruising around town before bringing their high voltage live show to a legendary Minneapolis venue.
Step into Calvin Johnson's musical laboratory in Olympia, Washington.
Mogwai have built a career that's spanned over fifteen years, standing firm as the UK's sonic landscape oscillates from guitars to synths and back again.
Austra is built around singer and principal songwriter Katie Stelmanis, who career in opera was sidetracked by an obsession with Nine Inch Nails and Bjork records.
The Black Lips may be responsible for kickstarting the garage-rock movement in the U.S., but Mujeres is spreading that rough-hewn gospel across Spain.
Mannequin Men, Chicago's garage rock fixtures, took us on a tour of the Second City.
Criolo built his reputation in the Sao Paolo hip-hop underground.
Hedgehog's jangly, noise-kissed rock descends from grunge and artier elders like the Cure and R.E.M., but trades world-weariness for wide-eyed enthusiasm.