The Dean sits down with some of the most personal releases of the year: Frank Ocean's 'Blond(e)' and Blood Orange's 'Freetown Sound.'
“Twenty years from now, 30 years from now, if y’all are still alive, I want y’all to remember this night, this moment,” Kanye said. And surely we will.
A six-hour traffic jam, officers in riot gear, and reports of a gunman on site raised serious questions about personal space, but couldn't stop us from having a great time.
Think the Park City fest’s cool younger sibling, with a better record collection.
There's a nighttime playlist, which means exactly what you think it means: It's time to call a special session of congress.
Gucci's return means a shift in Atlanta trap music culture, and if the energy of the night—which featured appearances from artists like 2 Chainz, OJ da Juiceman, Future, and Drake—was any indication, it’s headed in a positive direction.
OK, technically the sun sets sometimes in Iceland, but this was still cool as hell.
The Dean reviews the latest from Beyoncé, Kevin Gates, A$AP Ferg, and Azealia Banks.
To describe 'The Colour in Anything' as sad would be ironing out most of its depth, not to mention its fundamental optimism.
"Thom Yorke, in particular, gets very upset when I talk about them."
We've gathered a team of writers from the 6, the US, and the UK to chomp into the hour-and-a-half long opus.
The Dean reviews releases from Gary Lucas, Del McCoury, Jimi Hendrix, Willie Nelson, and Loretta Lynn.