Metal, karaoke, and belly flops under the blazing Caribbean sun.
I thought getting a job in music meant sitting in the boardroom of Columbia with Beyonce. What I encountered was much darker.
Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry's flawless response to a concert catcall illuminates the struggle of women in music against sexism.
We spoke to the legendary Robert Hood about God, techno, and his incendiary Floorplan project.
With the sequel to his acclaimed album Anxiety, Autre Ne Veut tries to be unpredictable in the age of the internet.
A photo of Anthony Fantano (The Needle Drop) was used in a report about Umpqua Community College shooter Chris Harper Mercer.
Grant McPhee is the man behind a new film exploring Scotland's music scene in the 1970s called The Sound of Young Scotland.
Listen to their new song "Eraser" and read our interview with frontman Claudio Sanchez.
If you're struggling to figure out if the Chris Brown visa saga is pro-women, pro-racist, or ham-fisted PR, it's understandable.
The Syrian musician continues to use his art as a bridge between Eastern and Western cultures, and his latest album Bahdeni Nami is a elegant addition to his body of work.
The Chicago duo's visit to this year's festival was a meeting of two very misunderstood subcultures, both of whom love to turn up.
A new documentary attempts to explain how six weird dudes from East Berlin turned their scary music into millions upon millions of album sales.
The sound of Brian Eno, William Basinski, and Fennesz helped me find calm between crippling anxiety and debilitating panic attacks.
Beyond "sex, drugs, and rock and roll"—but not too far beyond it.
The problem of misogyny and violence against women does not start or end at your border control.
As one attendee put it, "We're a key reason for this festival's success and they left us to rot like walking dead!"
We attended Kanye West's performance of his divisive 2008 album in full this past weekend in the Hollywood Bowl.
The famed activist punk band debuted their new song "Refugees In" and say they're going to get more involved with refugee-related activism in the coming weeks.
The rapper's got a new home in a new zip code, a new album and record deal, and a new lease on life.
Read an excerpt of Julia Beverly's biography Sweet Jones: Pimp C's Trill Life Story about the UGK rapper's battle with the Texas legal system.
Bask in the glory of the first single right now.
Even as streaming revenue hits one billion dollars, vinyl proves it's still a competitor.
The difference between 100 plays and 100,000 plays is the same as it's ever been: a briefcase full of bills.