Don't get stuck on sexism, there're heaps of things to be offended by.
On November 9, 2014, Black Tusk bassist and vocalist Jonathan Vincent Athon passed away at the age of 32. He and his girlfriend Emily had gone out for a spin on his Harley Davidson when an 85-year-old driver ran a stop sign and crashed into them.
Taylor Swift's insistence that artists value their work by not giving music away for free is hopelessly outdated.
The London artist delivers a breathtaking vision of uncharted territory—the colonization of an uninhabitable planet—but this is more than a cold interstellar sci-fi fantasy.
Native America aren't kidding themselves about being edgy or "important." They make garage rock correctly and don't pretend that they're doing something groundbreaking—they're just playing guitar music to dance to.
We loved Grouper, hated Deerhoof, tried really hard to hate the Foo Fighters, and told a lot of stories about ourselves that probably aren't true.
Indian Summer are on the case with Yolanda Be Cool And DCUP.
Three years ago Tahliah Barnett was a music video back up dancer, now she's now the darling of the music world.
Just like the borough that it celebrates, BEMF is constantly evolving, with each step drawing a new wave of fans, corporate vultures, and inevitable accusations of selling out.
It's not about Mick Hucknall having huge, just gross amounts of sex, or, in actuality, just having a middling-to-moderate amount of sex and then banging on about it constantly for 25 years. It's the double-standard of the thing.
"This Charming Man" is inspired by Franco's poetry and (of course) the Smiths. It also features the iconic band's original bassist, Andy Rourke.
Drippin is one of those club music producers whose goal is to "have you on the edge of being uncomfortable."
A bunch of our favorite new bands tell us how the best way to have a career in music is to not have a career in music.
On November 9, 1989, more than 2 million Berliners from both sides of Germany danced on top of the wall for two glorious days. The feeling that everything was possible led to the explosion of a new kind of youth culture: techno.
How can a hotel room capture the essence of Boston's legendary shithole? And why would anyone want to?
Considering the tenth anniversary of his death is right around the corner, I went out into the streets of New York to see what the people of Dirt McGirt's hometown have to say about his legacy.
House music is now global music. But what is house music like in Chicago, the birthplace of house? I attended Queen!, a house club night in Chicago, to find out.
For years, gay men and many pop fans have ignored Taylor Swift, but her first official pop album 1989 has led many gay men to consider her the new queen of pop.
Last decade's desolate wastelands are this year's playgrounds for the super-rich.
He's not just Stringer Bell—he's also a dude with good taste in music.
Maryland-based Two Inch Astronaut has a throwback sound that channels the sludgy math rock of the 90s.Their new track is an angsty opus that features intricate instrumentation and envy-inducing technique.
With details of what actually happened still murky, we attempted to understand what could drive a rockstar to hire a hit man by listening to his recent solo album "Head Job".
For the second instalment of 'Bedroom Producers' Bedrooms', we put the Melbourne-based artist's haunt under the microscope
Big things are happening in the world of SoundCloud. After months of tough negotiations, the audio-sharing service finally signed a deal with its first major label.