"It feels really strange to also be like, 'Hey, would you like to write about this brand new band? By the way, our entire society is crumbling.'"
A song for each day of the week, throwing in a mix of new releases and some #throwbacks too—everything from homegrown hip-hop to Bollywood (uh-no?) and K-pop—we gotchyu.
The jazz-electronica producer and percussionist finds his way through Indian hip-hop on sophomore album "More Arriving" that features joints with Prabh Deep, Delhi Sultanate, TRAP POJU, Zia Ahmed, and more.
How one venue came to signify community and creativity in the space of a few years.
Ten years on, Foals' first record is a singular, expansive piece of art.
The former psych-heads’ 'Microshift' uses music as a way to escape inner turmoil, rather than wallow in it.
I discovered he's a Leo, his favorite film is 'Dunkirk,' and he likes to make collages out of postcards in his spare time.
Cyle Barnes, frontman for The Weeks, reflects on his upbringing in the deep South.
We're premiering the video, with its sushi dinners, football and buzzcuts, right here.
The independent record label has spawned a publisher, Elevation Books. We talk with founder M. Taufiqrahman about why books written about music need a breath of fresh air.