From Juan Atkin's record label Metroplex to the streets where 80s tailgating parties took place, this is the side of Detroit that most tourists don't get to see.
Get ready to travel back in time—with the push of a button on your remote control.
A Garbage singer meets a garbage writer.
"Most of my friends don't let our disability get us down. We conquer it."
The Taylor Swift and Kimye beef isn't only about who said what, but about larger issues of race and privilege in America.
America's favorite couple is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar, as iconic as ever.
We caught up with the band in the Canary Islands to find out what's behind the anti-Christian lyrics of its music.
Imagine competing with artists in your country and then having to factor an entire industry willing to poach aspects of your identity.
I think she's saying she wants to...wait no...maybe not actually.
The cost and inconvenience of getting online in Cuba is forcing its small but bustling dance music community to seek out creative ways to make beats.
The Cure co-founder charts his friendship with Robert Smith, his 13 years in the band, and his struggle with booze. It's the only insider book published and here's the first extract.
Punks, prophets, and Kid Rock: the Republican National Convention was one of the weirdest events in the history of the United States. Where do we go from here?
With help from friends like Rabit and Chino Amobi, the experimentalists' new LP finds hope beyond the horizon.
What ever happened to Limewire, Kazaa, and Soulseek?
At the 17th annual Gathering, we captured the make up and glory of the Juggalos and Juggalettes in Ohio.
We spoke to the Danish singer about sex, sushi, and being afraid of the dark.
He's back from prison, celebrating his freedom with his jubilant fans and looking likely to steer Atlanta trap music culture in an ever more positive direction.
2 Live Crew's founder recounts his rise to fame as one of the first notable Asian rappers in America.
John Fell Ryan, of New York experimentalists Excepter, reflects on how the late Suicide frontman's yowls soundtracked his life's best and worst moments.
Gucci Mane's go-to producer discusses the new album Everybody Looking, working side-by-side with Mike WiLL Made-It for the first time, and how Future's 'Beast Mode' changed his legacy.
I decided to ask Republican delegates from all over the country if they needed Yeezus the way Kathy Lee needed Regis.
Playing in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band with Macaulay Culkin taught me more about the nature of celebrity—and pizza—than I'd bargained for.
The supergroup formed to be an alternative voice in an angry year, but could anyone hear them?
Is the viral star the "biggest villain of the century"—or just a 22-year-old from a poor neighborhood who did well in life?