The Sugar Mountain curators talk about the lineup and new site for the 2015 festival.
The virtual musician's co-creator doesn't describe her as an icon, but rather "an event."
At one of the country's largest music festivals, only one artist could be classified in any way as a rapper, that one being said Arizona Iced Tea-loving Sad Boy.
A week after reports of stalled negotiations with major labels, SoundCloud's filings reveal a growing financial gap between its revenues and losses.
It got to the point where I asked, "What is life even about, man?" It got deep.
Gregg Michael Gillis, the man behind Girl Talk, is fighting the good fight for sample-based music. These days, he's trying to prove that you can make a truly original project that's based entirely off someone else's music.
"Can I be honest about what a train wreck I think this is?" said one American at the event. "It's a huge fucking train wreck."
The Creators Project took a trip to Tokyo to watch the musician's performance for a group of androids at Miraikan, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.
In the alternate cut of "Lo and Behold!" a 26-year-old Dylan lets loose in fits of uncontrollable laughter.
JNETT on iconic Melbourne club nights, record shops, and local legends.
"If you know anything about life, if you put a song on and you drive over any bridge in New York and it feels like you're in a video, that means that the song is a go."
SIYA is arguably the first out and proud lesbian rapper to reach a mainstream US audience. Her latest video for the song "Real MVP," which featured the MC serenading a thick hip-hop honey, made its nationwide debut on the Oxygen network.
In an era when illegal downloading is omnipresent, artists and distributors have found themselves radically reconstructing the music economy by necessity.
Every night, the frontman and a crew of replacement players go out onstage and play the now ten-years-old Let It Enfold You—a third-wave emo classic among kids who lived on MySpace and siphoned their allowance money directly into Hot Topic cash reg…
Welcome to Bedroom Producer's Bedrooms, a new THUMP series where we get to meet our favourite rising beatmakers in their natural environment, the bedroom.
Ten years ago, Def Jam released Utada Hikaru's Exodus. Expectations were high, but the album proceeded to confuse the hell out of nearly everyone who heard it.
I talked to the elusive and publicity-shy artist's friends, collaborators, and critics about D'Angelo the artist and D'Angelo the man.
Taylor Swift reminds us of crying over an English boy, Weezer just makes us upset, and Aphex Twin is 01010100 01101000 01101001.
The popular EDM group Krewella is dealing with some legal problems—and many media reactions have been condescending, sexist bullshit.
The struggle of local dance scenes is about asserting that overlooked communities matter and that they can create progressive, vital art that's all their own.
With Melbourne punks Dribble.
Then tribute band Fleetmac Wood has got a treat for you!
While Nicolas Cage is known for his bug-eyed histrionics in films, his son—Weston Coppola Cage—has a completely different set of eccentricities. For one, he invented a genre of music called "ghost metal."
I talked to the musician about his new record Lullaby. In the build up to our chat, I'm told by his team multiple times not to ask about a Led Zeppelin reunion. But what I really can't stop thinking about is the fact that Robert Plant is wearing…