Unfortunately, you can't write about the Super Mario Bros. soundtrack because someone already beat you to it.
She makes Mortal Kombat-meets-Moonlight Sonata, with her ethereal, sweeping synths and maximalist RnB tinged tracks.
Damon Dash is 44-years-old and if you pay attention, you can see that he is playing a character he is presenting to the world. Damon Dash starring in 'The Life of Damon Dash.'
Tigers Jaw has been steering American youth towards the righteous path of emo that germinated from 90s hardcore and college rock.
In the first episode of Forced Exposure, we take Atlanta rap superstar Rich Homie Quan to an art gallery to meet Toronto visual artist Niall McClelland.
It's unanimous! Nobody liked the Rita Ora line.
Believe it or not, there are jobs in music besides being a musician. We talked to more than 20 people in the industry to find out how they got to where they are.
The Shepparton hip-hop ace has a pretty cool Mum. She may appear on her son's phone as Agnes Skinner, but she's a woman who cooks damper and ends phone conversations with "later".
One song is about McDonald's and another is about XBox 360.
This might be the only solo record we ever get from Jamie xx. Will he find stateside success?
Oh, wait, you didn't know? Yes, David Duchovny makes music now.
Part two of Spoek Mathambo and Lebogang Rasethaba's Future Sound of Mzansi documentary explores race, authenticity, and the legacy of apartheid in South African electronic music.
Check out the new video and read our short interview with the singer-songwriter, who's releasing her third full-length in the fall.
The music video is a sweeping new 13-minute short film that delivers, at long last, a visual accompaniment to the musical lynchpin of Tyranny, the wild debut from Julian Casablancas + The Voidz.
Don't be so un-PLUR.
We join the 20-year-old Vegas native in London to talk pop, perceptions, prom, astrology, androgyny, and much, much more.
California's Do LaB's army of dusty hippies is having its biggest year ever, leading the way for "Transformative" festivals.
We compiled interviews with everyone involved in the festival all the way back to 1966.
While the inspiring force behind the band's sound is obvious, the songs remain deeply introspective without being too self-serious.
Devon Little is documenting the city's sonic innovators one Polaroid at a time.
Everybody from Liars to Battles to Deerhoof and the Dirty Projectors owe a great debt to the Mothmen's interlocking riffs and rhythms, whether they know it or not.
In her new revue tour, Midler covers everything from vintage Rolling Stones to TLC's "Waterfalls," and more than proves she still commands the stage.
Meet DeepBeats, the rhyme-writing computer algorithm.
The music video for "B Minor" pairs Kid606's drony, ambient music with geometrical animation by artist Jeanette Bonds.