Here's where to start with one of the most influential bands ever.
Holed up in a small town, the 19-year-old rapper and a crew of producers he only knows online are creating a genreless utopia from leftover scraps of trap, emo, EDM, and a whole lot more.
Derek Hess made his name making poster art for Pearl Jam and Gwar. Now he's breaking down the stigma around bipolar disorder through his art.
The New York band is set to release their fourth album August 25.
A look at the electronic producers drawing inspiration from Evanescence, Korn, Linkin Park, and other oft-maligned groups.
Oof. This will get anyone who's ever loved in the gut.
That, or a Reese's cup of the two. Take your pick.
"There are women who are going to be playing this type of music. Now let’s look at them for more than just that."
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Over the course of their second release, 'Great Pile of Nothing', the band sing about depression and all those terrifying existential feelings you get when you think about life a little too deeply.