"I was expecting it to be thicker. I don’t know why, it’s just water and salt, but it’s called 'juice.'"
As the Brooklyn band release their third album 'U.F.O.F.', I took Lenker to a slightly creepy childhood museum to talk tours, John Prine, and the intangible.
We meet the 20-year-old singer and songwriter, who landed her first TV spot as an unsigned teen last autumn. She's just getting started.
We had the two talents interview each other, about their origin stories and the story behind Ghetts-featuring track "Bad After We."
The London rapper talks being drunk on dates, identity and the lead-up to the release of his second album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning.’
Brooklyn-based Melville House makes books from major government reports. Robert Mueller's long-awaited findings could be its biggest hit yet.
"We can believe the climate deniers or we can believe our eyes," Florida's Matt Gaetz said in an interview.
The Baltimore duo celebrate their 25th year as a couple and as collaborators with 'Plastic Anniversary,' a record sourced from things like breast implants, exercise balls, and broken vinyl records.
In a new book, Martin Hägglund argues that the only way to change our existence is to accept it will end.
The queer cowboy and pseudonymous country singer discusses his evocative campfire torchsongs and debuts the music video for his latest single “Turn To Hate.”
Okay, we're joking – and so is he. We talk to the Brummie bassline producer about the parody rap tracks that have seen him 'go viral.'