After struggles with substance abuse and mental illness nearly ended the Sad Boys, the Swedish producer finds his sound.
How a few DJs took the sound from sweaty storefront raves to the Lion City's biggest clubs and back again.
Vic Mensa, Towkio, Joey Purp, Saba, Smino, and other Chicago artists connected the city's various threads and offered a strong argument that it has the most exciting rap scene anywhere.
World-class triple jumper Troy Doris talks about the unlikely connections between running track and making tracks.
Phone recordings suggest Ronald Savage was threatened and bullied after he alleged that the hip-hop icon molested him repeatedly when he was 15.
The upcoming book Showboat: Punk / Sex / Bodies explores punk's progressive message of sexual liberation through rare posters and contributions from the movement's legendary pioneers. We speak to its editor, punk archivist Toby Mott.
We spoke to filmmaker Scott Crawford about how CREEM Magazine changed music criticism and his plans for his doc about the legendary publication.
You're embarrassing yourself.
Philadelphia rapper Whitney Peyton has headlined the Gathering of the Juggalos, performed on a Grammy-winning kids album, and turned down major label deals. Now she wants to become a star.
Bompton's own discusses his new album 'Still Brazy' and the newfound importance of speaking up in his music.
Souped-up cars are so central to 'Ridin Dirty' that Bun and Pimp actually appear in a whip on the cover. In celebration of the record's 20th anniversary, we hopped on the phone with some of Houston's most influential slab artists to talk about the classic…
Authors Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain reflect on writing one of the most important rock books ever.
Patrick Haggerty unwittingly released the first gay country album in America with Lavender Country in 1973. Life's been a strange trip ever since.
Action Bronson & Friends Watch Ancient Aliens airs every Thursday at 11 PM EST on VICELAND, nerds.
From Juan Atkin's record label Metroplex to the streets where 80s tailgating parties took place, this is the side of Detroit that most tourists don't get to see.
Get ready to travel back in time—with the push of a button on your remote control.
A Garbage singer meets a garbage writer.
"Most of my friends don't let our disability get us down. We conquer it."
The Taylor Swift and Kimye beef isn't only about who said what, but about larger issues of race and privilege in America.
America's favorite couple is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar, as iconic as ever.
We caught up with the band in the Canary Islands to find out what's behind the anti-Christian lyrics of its music.
Imagine competing with artists in your country and then having to factor an entire industry willing to poach aspects of your identity.
I think she's saying she wants to...wait no...maybe not actually.
The cost and inconvenience of getting online in Cuba is forcing its small but bustling dance music community to seek out creative ways to make beats.