EVERYTHING IS "HOTLINE BLING!"
Three years after DIIV's debut record defined a new sound, its frontman is re-writing his own rules.
Brew City has never been a hip-hop destination, but a strong university arts scene and new sense of unity is changing that.
We have—as expected—a pretty candid interview with Bradford Cox and his bandmate Lockett Pundt about the group's seventh album Fading Frontier.
When venues have ramps for kegs, and not people, there's a problem with how clubs treat disability.
"There's something wrong with the world if it can't make a place for a beautiful creature like me."
Everything you've ever wanted to know about attending a concert butt-nekkid, explained.
Canadian musicians who tour America need to pay to play, and some have tried to get creative in their crossings.
With his sixth record b'lieve i'm goin' down, the Philadelphia singer-songwriter looks to break into the mainstream. We spent a day helping him move a piano to see if it's possible.
Bigger is certainly not always better.
The legendary DJ and music genius talks about the creation of his new comp, culled from more than one hundred LPs and 1000 songs.
Shaquille O'Neal is happily retired from basketball at 43. Music is his great love, though, and his DJ career is only beginning.
The Australian musician stars in a beautifully gritty new fashion film by Britt McCamey and Nathan Lewis.
The numbers suggest that Pitchfork's readership really does skew towards young males—so why is everyone mad?
In the wreckage of a corporation with numbered days, Mark Davis has inadvertently created an extremely valuable time capsule, allowing us to understand the mundanity of lives that would otherwise be forgotten.
From Heavy Metal to Ghoul, the strong connection between comics and metal comes down to fandom—and the power of genre.
From Avicii to Zeppelin to Brand New, what gives surgeons a steady hand during hours and hours of pressure situations.
Not only are there a bevy of young street rappers looking to take the crown as Philly's next rap pariah, but there's also a growing scene of alternative rappers embracing the city's creative class as a means to achieving success.
Step your party game up to a higher echelon.
The island is sustained by clubbing, but clubbing is destroying the island.
Ladybaby combines the furious intensity of screamo metal with the saccharine sweetness of J-pop. Despite forming in May, the trio has become an online sensation and just embarked on an international tour.
Her new record, 'Revival,' is a realistic, honest look at sexuality and the unspoken bits of relationships that sets her on a different path to her Disney predecessors.
A security researcher's life depends on a device that's connected to the internet, and could be hacked.