The bath, where my suicide attempt took place, was the only place I felt comfortable. I would perch my laptop on a chair, and replay the same song until the rest of me reached saturation point.
MANANA came to Santiago De Cuba and achieved the impossible in a place where it's impossible to get shit done.
If art music and rock music sat at either end of a scale, Glenn Branca would be standing on the fulcrum, smashing each side with as many guitars as possible.
French electro-pop singer Héloïse Letissier talks about dressing like Marie Antoinette and putting girlfriends through hell.
We spoke with British-born, California-raised singer Anohni, one of only two trans women artists ever to be nominated for an Academy Award, about her soon-to-be released fifth album, Hopelessness.
It includes a very wild Rihanna impersonation, and a lot of meme talk.
Strippers and strip club DJs have an influential taste-making ability in hip-hop. In our new series, Striptique, we test out some new music (and some old tunes) at the club and ask the exotic dancers which ones make them want to move.
The former Woods and Babies member's third solo record Singing Saw is the best of his career.
Drug-related deaths at Time Warp have sparked a city-wide ban on electronic music events, but locals are wary that government restrictions will fix a broken music industry.
We studied the band's high school years to piece together the teenage lives of Danzig, Doyle, and Jerry Only.
The Canadian producer explains how he made No Fantasy Required in a behind-the-scenes video.
To describe The Colour in Anything as sad would be ironing out most of its depth, not to mention its fundamental optimism.
We talk to the comedian about venturing into the music world, and you can stream his upcoming record In Glendale a week before its release.
A Moon Shaped Pool began with a retreat from the Internet—fittingly, it's the most painfully human record Radiohead has ever made.
Radouan Zeghidour is an urban explorer leaving his mark on underground Paris.
Danzig. Only. Doyle. Together for the first time in over 30 years.
"In the way David Bowie was for white kids, Prince was for black kids."
A sit-down interview with the three teenage girls behind the Japanese pop-metal phenomenon known as Babymetal.
When promotional stunts backfire...
"Thom Yorke, in particular, gets very upset when I talk about them."
If the pop duo is trolling, this might be one of the most brilliant internet hoaxes in music industry history.
The MC's first ever life performance of 'Boy in da Corner' in full marked another step forward for grime's acceptance in America.
With Prince, Bowie, Whitney, and MJ all gone, I figured now would be the time to document the couple of hours I spent in the presence of mega-famous pop diva, Mariah Carey.
The story of how "Techno Antti" became one of dance music's funniest memes—plus, an exclusive mix from the Helsinki mainstay.