"Both the country and the band have been portrayed as some fascist outcasts. The truth is that both are misunderstood," said the tour organizer.
We catch up on the state of Chicago rap with Chief Keef's Glo Gang and chat with soul legend Charles Bradley.
Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger's love was too beautiful for this earth.
We caught up with Drew Diver about his band Soda Shop and also why we can't sync our contacts to our phone.
"Festivals should be alcohol free, no drugs allowed," said County Supervisor Michael Antonovich.
Is J.Cole the Krillin of the rap game?
Girls are dumb and only want to listen to Beyonce, getting spiked with PCP by old men is fun, and five more important lessons that this seminal movie teaches us.
From consulting for DONDA, recording with Skepta to touring with Mark Ronson and taking on a creative director role at B.U.M Equipment, the Harlem born artist is a modern visionary.
A new crop of festivals are catering to California's most fickle archetype—the faux-bohemian.
Did the pube-stachioed, tongue-pierced masses drag Korn's career in an unplanned direction?
How far would you go for your wax obsession?
Both Nelson and James Earl Carter III confirmed their illicit doobie-smoking in a new interview.
"The techno's good and the fucking's good, so why not do them together?"
Kanye's random announcement might've been more impulsive than we thought.
At 21 years old, DonMonique is making waves as one of the only rising female rappers in the male-dominated Brooklyn rap scene.
When Kanye West says he wants to run for President in 2020, he doesn't actually mean he's going to run for President in 2020. But he's still saying something important.
The first man to ever play a DJ set on the playa discusses the moment that the festival lost its soul.
While a lot of established music festivals are still failing to book enough woman-fronted bands, Burger A Go Go shows that it's possible to have an amazing all-girl lineup.
"Sometimes I feel like I died for the artist's opinion."
Zayn is the first Muslim artist to reach such wild levels of global popularity. What has he taught us so far, and what can he teach us going forward?
The Fucked Up frontman finds out how they're bringing the show's massive world from the radio to the stage for a West Coast live tour.
We spoke to the guys behind the Hot Wuk parties about why dancehall has never really had its moment in the British sun.
Swizz Beatz, Diddy, and others are paying attention, but can the songs that New York's subway dancers move to become the next big thing out of the city?
You've probably never heard of the British group, but they've taken a very particular part of the world by storm.