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.
We spoke with the Sonic Youth founder about Norwegian black metal, Henry Rollins' tape collection, and Bernie Sanders.
Like the show itself, the nostalgic synth score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein cleverly upends familiar 80s cliches.
Laidback Luke, Roger Sanchez, and more on the dangers of hearing loss and what they do to protect themselves.
Guitarist Mark Morton pens an emotional essay about the darkest time in his life and how it ties into "Embers."
Fucked Up's Damian Abraham talks about his journey from idealistic hater to lifelong fan and friend of Gord Downie.
The Summer Sixteen tour is basically a Taylor Swift Concert.
Rap over folk! Grime over EDM! Polka over Balinese gamelan! Kill us! Please!
We meet the girl who blew up out of nowhere with her trap-pop hit "Gold." Eighteen million YouTube plays and rising.
Our conversation with the 47-year-old artist revealed quite a bit: like, for example, did you know that Shaggy fought in the Gulf War?
At a time when I wanted to vanish, I found music that was dreamily dissociative and delectably anesthetic.
In their new, full-length live video 'Live from Trona,' Chazwick Bundick and his band took themselves to the Californian desert, in search of something grand and American.
The EDM superstar's Encore is more fun than watching someone play with power tools.
"We're out of here! Fuck you, Whistler!"
Back when Kanye West was fresh from his "College Dropout" debut, he rapped over beats made by a German producer called Melbeatz. She talks crate digging, graffiti, and why she doesn't care if people call her a bitch.
D-Planet's Jordan Smith discusses their new record 'Turn to Gold,' the sonic logistics of having four guitar players, and the band's unlikely dedication to physical fitness.
Twenty-two-year-old guitarist Hayden Pedigo details the guerrilla shows and small-town strangeness of his new project Plastic Mayan Staircase.
If you're thirsty as hell, listen to these before they get removed.
You thought it was just a cheesy song that your great-aunt fell over to at your cousin's wedding, didn't you? You were wrong.