Our very scientific rating system has determined the order of all 74 Jock Jams.
Oh, and she's putting out a mixtape next week.
If we're excluding a segment of people from accessing nightclubs how can we say we're 100 percent for inclusion?
In her first interview in three years, Adele Adkins talks about being a mom, her fear of fame, and why she wouldn't want to follow up 21, even if she could.
"I saw Hackers as a music revolution. Their laptops were customized like guitars."
Tracing the origin of a legendary cassette that involves Marie Antoinette, Rush, and a doomsday cult in Montana.
The Sleater-Kinney guitarist's memoir releases this week so we sat down with the 41-year-old legend to talk about her influence, the future, and Young Thug.
"I'm not here to teach you music," he says at one point.
Shimpei "Melting Bot" Kaiho is a Tokyo-based scene veteran who's made it his life's work to explore the fringes of Western and Japanese underground music.
Real 90s kids will hate these songs.
We talked to the author of a new biography, Notes from the Velvet Underground, about how we're all "beginning to see the light" on the beloved proto-punk provocateur's personality.
Big Elty J just changed the game.
We sit down with the Atlanta rapper in Harry Houdini's mansion and talk about ghosts and the meaning of life.
In Population Wars, SoCal punk legend Greg Graffin argues that natural life is driven by mutual dependency, not competition.
Back in 1996 not many Aussies were as hot as Saint Nick's burning flame.
In this THUMP Special, we hear firsthand accounts from some of the main players involved in Melbourne's biggest parties and venues of the 90s.
With original footage and music from 1990-1999, you'll be wishing you had a time machine.
"Legend" is a word that's thrown around probably too much, but there's no real other way to describe Keith Richards. He sits down with Matt Sweeney.
The LGBTQ banjo players and Dolly Parton-lovers fighting country music's homophobic reputation in Brooklyn.
He addresses the rumors of being an industry plant, working with Kanye, and recording music with Young Thug.
"He's prostituting himself!"
Performing at the Skid Row Arts Festival is about defiantly expressing your existence in a world that preferred you didn't exist at all.
Turrell has been a godlike figure in art circles since before Drake was a glimmer in his mother's eye.
There are worse things to name your pizza place after, we guess?