Placebo Are Done With Being Fetishised
“We were just trying to express ourselves in the way that we needed to – which was cross-dressing and wearing makeup.”
3 Things That Inspired Cloud Nothings' Great New LP ‘The Shadow I Remember’
Dylan Baldi explains how long-distance running, living in Philadelphia, and a serious Netflix binge informed his band's ninth LP.
Dehd's New Album Will Make You Miss Going to Shows
'Flower of Devotion' is bursting with life and tangible energy on record, but it’s the kind of music that’s best experienced live.
Drake Says His New Album Will Probably Be Shorter Than 90 Minutes
Congrats to Drake for loving music.
Summer Walker's 'Over It' Brought Your Favorite R&B Singers Out of Hiding
The singer's highly-anticipated debut album features guest spots from artists like Usher and PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Billie Eilish and the Rise of Moody Pop
From Lana Del Rey to Lorde and the current queen of the teens, what does it mean that pop feels more downbeat than a decade ago?
The Universe Belongs to Nilüfer Yanya
On her soft-rocking debut album the young west Londoner remains fiercely independent while setting up a path for world domination.
How Changing Clothes Can Be Indicative of Releasing New Music
From Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar all the way back to Bowie and Prince, when a musician changes their look it often signals a new project.
Looking Back on the 10 Underrated Moments of Giggs’ Career So Far
With new album 'Big Bad', it's clear the UK rapper is a legacy act – one who bridged the gap between UK and US, and influenced hundreds.
I Tried to Listen to Vampire Weekend’s 120-Minute Promo ‘Song’
They've used a clever bit of marketing to tease track "Harmony Hall," proving how they became the massive band from that blogspot era.
'The WIZRD' Is a Farewell to Future As We Know Him
After seven albums with Epic Records, Future is looking to start fresh—which isn't entirely a bad thing.
At The 1975 Live Show, the Internet Isn't Good or Bad – It's Just Here
Sure, being online might lead to our demise. But for now—and especially on stage at The O2—it might be the most beautiful thing.