The New Jersey favorites played their first shows in four years at Wrecking Ball and reminded everyone why their following was always so passionate.
This London-based singer holds a magnifying glass to his proclivities and yours, too.
Suzanne Ciani and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's FRKWYS album is a celebration of the happy accident—and the sun.
For years, grime MCs would reject the super clubs of Ibiza in favor of livelier gigs in Ayia Napa. Suddenly all of that has changed, so we headed out to the Balearic Islands to find out why.
The VP hopeful completely murdered a rendition of "Wagon Wheel" while campaigning in North Carolina.
No longer Dee Dee from the Dum Dum Girls, these days she's Kristin Kontrol. We talked about everything from IUDs to dancing around in our underwear. Of course.
Decades later, their work inspired a younger generation of DJs who helped push the island's burgeoning dance music community.
We took Slim Thug to one of New York's top vegan restaurants to discuss his humanitarian work, his new diet, and his new album, American King.
In honor of her new album, Pure and Simple, the country legend shares her thoughts on millennials, sequins, and natural beauty.
The ultra-simple, fast-paced form has been around for over a decade, but a new wave of producers is granting it a second wind.
The world's fastest man to ever run on a track, has also long loved to mix tracks.
Juve has a new line of T-shirts from designer D. Bruze, too, and you're going to want one.
Nicky Siano, an early resident DJ of Studio 54, recalls the origins of the club and its most infamous photograph.
Justin Vernon and company played the new record at his music festival Eaux Claires in the north woods. Mother Nature was even in attendance.
'22, A Million' is out on September 30. Get your sweaters ready.
We caught up with the singer of American Aquarium to talk about going solo (but not really), getting sober, and exactly why he thinks the American dream is bullshit.
Her songwriting partner is Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner, but her stunning, laid-back desert rock and onstage magnetism need no introduction.
Bobcat Goldthwait tells us about the time he brainstormed music video ideas with Kurt while on tour with Nirvana.
They sounded like a cross between No Doubt and Blink-182, and dressed like they'd been dragged ass backwards through Tammy Girl.
The president loves all kinds of music, but never includes anything close to punk on his playlists. What gives, Barack?
There's a nighttime playlist, which means exactly what you think it means: It's time to call a special session of congress.
Plus, we head to Uganda to meet pop star Bobi Wine, catch performances from SWMRS and Diarrhea Planet, and get some knowledge from Kari Faux.
Frontman Civ speaks about facing internet backlash while talking about race issues at This Is Hardcore.
What do Axl Rose and Sonny Moore have in common? We went to the band's Houston show to find out.