The artist's personal third album provides a safe haven from the noise of the world.
No Man's Sky sound designer Paul Weir's rule-based music writes itself—literally.
Matt Sweeney sits down with the legendary Houston rapper to discuss his love of guitars.
This album breathes the emotive qualities of life, all of its intricacies, and allows the space for us to come to our own understanding in much the same way Vernon has.
C&C Music Factory's "Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" is still the go-to anthem for sports games everywhere—but its legacy is at the center of a bitter, decades-long legal battle.
The story behind the band's most celebrated album echoes the city's own architectural renaissance.
Having spent years behind-the-scenes helping 2 Chainz, Post Malone, Young Thug, and others fulfill their potential, Rich is ready to do the same for himself.
We followed a ramshackle supergroup comprised of Fat White Family, Slow Club, and The ERC on a sniff and cider-fueled tour across Northern England.
NYC's long-running music marathon is dead, probably?
A few days before his Polaris Prize victory, the 24-year-old Haitian-Canadian producer reflects on his whirlwind year.
From Jenny Hval's latest album, Blood Bitch, to alto saxophonist Steve Lehman's avant-garde jazz and hip-hop inspired Sélébéyone, we took a listen to this month's best new albums.
We join the band in Vegas to celebrate, reflect, and party on. Plus we find out what's up with their forthcoming LP.
The traveling "user-generated concert experience" offers only the most energetic and well-versed hip-hop fans a chance to rock the mic with their favorite songs.
The song is the union of the rock and urban worlds that this whole year has been leading up to.
I reached out to people who have spent the their adult lives recording, overseeing, organizing, or critiquing popular music to find out how they got into the industry.
Moby, Zola Jesus, Xiu Xiu, and more discuss the enduring cultural influence of the director's TV shows and films.
Read this remixed excerpt from Simon Reynolds's book Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy.
The tug-of-war between cleaning up and maintaining the rockstar lifestyle is absent.
The Tampa band wanted us to call this article "Grand Marketing Failure."
The wave of gentrification has swept across the city, uprooting not just clubs but entire communities, at such a rapid pace you'd be forgiven for forgetting what the luxury apartments you walk by daily used to be.
We get nosey with the mercurial English singer.
The infamous tour documentary got a rare screening in New York this week.
Treat everyone on the dance floor as if they've been diagnosed with Ebola and are bleeding out of every orifice.
After 25 years of working on the record, the Los Angeles-based composer talks 'Dark Matter,' his new release made of samples of pulsars and other sounds from the vacuum of space.