"A switchblade makes any panties crotchless. That's Victoria's real secret."
Put it on while you clean your room and pretend you're in the final scene of a Darren Aronofsky movie.
From Krewella's breakup to Annie Mac's op-ed, we look back at the debate surrounding sexism in dance music in 2014.
Tonight at Williamsburg's Verboten nightclub, some of the genre's most influential players like DJ Sliink, UNiiQU3, and DJ Tameil will be spinning the beats that put their sound on the map, on top of a screening of the doc.
The track has Sun Ra–grade synths and enough chill goodness to make the hairs on your nugs stand on end.
Chief Keef is the shit, Joey Bada$$ is just shit, and Panda Bear made something that sounds like the Grateful Dead got trapped in Jim Henson's Creature Shop overnight.
The song's album art is Action riding a laser-shark in space.
Although the ads confirm his sex appeal, they fail to fix all of Bieber's public relations problems. Even though he looks like a man, it's still a question as to whether he will act like one in 2015.
The final segment of THUMP's Jersey Club documentary explores the ramifications of when a local music scene tips and becomes a full-blown global phenomenon.
Every once in a while you have one of those nights that exceeds every expectation you had. The kind of adventure that, while it's happening, you're pinching yourself to check if it's still real.
"River Man," from Drake's 1969 album Five Leaves Left, has been previously covered by folk and jazz musicians, but this prog metal twist will take you by surprise.
We talked to the artist and rapper about his work, growing up in Miami before its art scene blew up, and why hip-hop is Art with a capital A.
The archive, started by Holly Hobbs in conjunction with the Amistad Research Center, collects interviews with New Orleans rappers and bounce artists to give hip-hop its proper place in the pantheon of New Orleans music.
But what does it mean when even Skrillex and Diplo have a tough time selling out the Garden?
The guys from post-rock band Grails have taken a break from introspective guitar music to make hip-hop beats with their side project. Their new song, "Roses & Kisses," will chill you out after your a post-rock induced existential crisis.
While so many prominent voice in punk were embarrassingly silent, Killer Mike and El-P spoke up.
The results of our survey found that none of them know much about his music, but a few remember him as the guy married to the lady with the big butt.
This is what happens when sarcasm goes wrong.
Nas might be Queensbridge's finest, but rapper Tragedy Khadafi is Queensbridge's realest. I hung out with the cult legend and talked about being thrown into the East River as a kid, going to prison, and his new album.
The song is slow, textured, and refreshing, since most doom bands these days seem to be nodding out to the same lazy stoner riffs.
2014 was a shit year for copyright laws, privacy, and net neutrality.
With just a couple of weeks until their performance at Sugar Mountain festival and two days of the year remaining, we catch up with the creative collaborators.
Companies are regularly reissuing vintage horror movie soundtracks, but one genre fiend wonders if the trend comes with negative side effects.
U2 will release an album directly into your bloodstream, Jaden Smith will fuse with President Obama, and we will create something called "thinktweets."