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.
Here's what happens when you take a bunch of fans to what is basically a Chance the Rapper-themed carnival.
People will have a lot of opinions about the best song to listen to when coming down from psychedelics. Though you may have the chillest or most vibe-y track in mind, "There Will Be Other Worlds" is more honest. It sounds like how a comedown feels.
Steven Hydens's new book 'Your Favorite Band is Killing Me' focuses on famous music rivalries like Oasis vs. Blur and Taylor Swift vs. Kanye to reveal that these beefs were about something more than drunken VMA speeches or Noel Gallagher's big mouth.
ADHD is so often shrouded in negativity, but by utilizing it in the right way, British rapper Loyle Carner says it can be turned into an advantage.
The Chicago rapper's new mixtape marches to its own beat.
Architect Jeff Stein, artist Doug Aitken, and musician and co-founder Zach Tetreault gather for FORM Arcosanti, an intimate desert music festival in its third year.
Hundred Waters' desert weekender demonstrates the upswings—and potential pitfalls—of curating the perfect crowd.
The guitarist played on their debut LP and once said he came up with the band's name.
We sit down for a chat with the acclaimed Houston songwriter, and he premieres his new song "California."
Guitarist Hayden Pedigo and Mac DeMarco's go-to drummer Joe McMurray spun their internet friendship into a profoundly strange album on Driftless Recordings.
Like so many musicians, Willis Earl Beal and Clare Maguire both signed life-changing recording contracts, but neither were prepared for quite how life-changing they would be.
The Canadian indie rock darlings played their first show in five years at New York's Bowery Ballroom last night and handled the return in style.
Despite moral panic and tabloid witch hunts, mainstream emo threw a mirror up to what has long been overlooked in society: that kids need help, and they should be taken seriously.
"When the police come down, the police aren't in charge, we're in charge."
In an attempt to bring the focus back to the music, some club organizers have started to create drug-free rave nights based on positivity and community.
On the 30th anniversary of Tom Cruise's most iconic role, one writer looks back at the glory of "Danger Zone," "You've Lost That Loving Feeling," and, of course, "Take My Breath Away."
It affects 75 percent of musicians, contributes to drug addiction and alcoholism, and can end careers. Why aren't more people talking about performance anxiety?
We spoke to the label collective about infiltrating capitalism with teamwork.
On this episode of The People Vs., the chief Sadboy sits down and faces the comments for the first time.
The bath, where my suicide attempt took place, was the only place I felt comfortable. I would perch my laptop on a chair, and replay the same song until the rest of me reached saturation point.
MANANA came to Santiago De Cuba and achieved the impossible in a place where it's impossible to get shit done.