As the legendary Detroit rap group prepares for the June release of their new album, Yes, we take a look back on the revolving-door history of Slum Village.
It took Blur 12 years, rehab, solo projects, and getting trapped in Hong Kong to make the follow up to Think Tank. Was it worth the wait?
Explore the stories behind a few of Blythe's favorite shots from his 'Show Me What You're Made Of' photo exhibition at Sacred Gallery NYC.
The rock opera is the latest project from the prolific multimedia artist.
There's a burgeoning psychedelic rock revival scene in Moscow right now, and these guys are at its forefront.
A new book, Legions of Boom: Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews in the San Francisco Bay Area, explores an overlooked but influential scene that crafted a generation of turntablists.
Here's how to party for free without being a dick.
The Swedish House Mafia manager has some suggestions for Hov and his streaming service.
We had the dance-pop group's songwriter make sense of their discography in anticipation of their new album Why Make Sense?
Plenty of R&B is about the mechanics of sex and seduction, but Phenix explores what happens during the mundane quiet moments in between the sexy times.
How two poor white kids from Detroit became the leaders of a hated and misunderstood subculture that is centered around macabre raps, face paint, Faygo, and family.
Find out what it takes to become the best DJ in the world.
Grandma Techno is a 72-year-old testament to raving, despite her age or disability.
For the past few years, DMA'S have bringing the gospel of britpop to millennials—even though the band is Australian.
To celebrate 34 years broadcasting on Melbourne radio we asked the Prince of Darkness to share his top ten Australian punk singles.
A trip down memory lane with one of Melbourne's most forward-thinking music minds.
Dede Goldsmith is on a crusade to amend the Rave Act, a federal law that she believes puts lives in danger.
The 35-year-old gave up rap in order to become a venture capitalist in Silicon Valley. We visited him to see how it was working out.
DVS has been a staple of New York's underground rap scene for years, and his new album is a reminder that this city still has a nuanced personality if you look in the right places.
This slow-paced R&B rap track chronicles a drug-infused night of sexual shenanigans and features 6LACK on vocals.
Sir Foster now gets to play in front of 20 000 screaming fans each night
Dotorado Pro's "African Scream" is inspiring impromptu dance battles and shaping the sonic landscape of the city.
Back in my day, you could watch Marilyn Manson yank Charles Manson's spine right out his shit-bearded mouth.
They're carrying a touch for 90s-esque angsty pop rock.