An anthropological study from the heart of the transformational festival scene.
The Dandy Warhols were my first ever interview. It was a disaster. Sixteen years later I met up with Courtney Taylor-Taylor for round two.
It brings to an end weeks of speculation on the artist's cause of death.
The Old Apparatus member's nighttime hallucinations informed the spectral fixations of Lit Harness.
Jackie Chain, the greatest half-Asian MC ever to come out of Huntsville, Alabama, has a new career, a new mixtape, and the same winning attitude toward life.
She's got hugs and mints for everyone.
Last night three-quarters of RATM, plus Chuck D. and B Real, played Whisky A Go Go and their mission is clear: they want America to wake up.
Before the raves and entertainment district, the Twilight Zone was the city's answer to New York's Paradise Garage.
I talked tattoos, boyfriends, and Christina Aguilera with pop's most enigmatic internet sensation.
"The bouncers don't really believe I'm there to play. They always do this double take."
The Chairlift singer reveals how many people have been in love with her. It's a lot.
Do they think this is a bold new illegal rave movement our just the next generation copying them?
Music pirating has existed since the beginning of recorded music—but the last decade would rather have you blame yourself, your bedroom, and Napster. This is the history.
The story behind the NSA whistleblower's unlikely collaboration with an electronic music legend.
East Atlanta Santa returns!
We traveled to South Africa to see the new generation of hip-hop artists that have emerged and are re-defining what it means to be "born free."
We talked to the Detroit rapper about being on camera at the public debut of the new Adam Cohn-directed film.
The hip-hop superstar has turned his back on the very tool that gave him his namesake.
The Brooklyn producer soundtracked the massive dance performance with a militaristic song inspired by concentration camps.
Moved last minute to Williamsburg's Output, a timeless rundown of holy-tinged house music kept the dancefloor alive.
Owen Husney opens up about working with the headstrong 17-year-old prodigy, securing a million dollar deal, the fraught recording of Prince's debut, and more.
A little taster of what to expect from the now-legendary underground metal festival.
For every act at the Durham festival that you could lose your mind dancing to, there was something seriously cerebral to sit around and contemplate.
The twenty-year anniversary of the mega pop hit also marks the day grunge died and pop music was re-embraced by teens round the world.