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8.9.19

Rick Ross Has No Plans to Step Down as Hip-Hop's Boss

Upon the release of his highly anticipated album 'Port of Miami 2,' the Miami veteran reflects on the decade he's spent running rap.

7.31.19

Frightened Rabbit’s New Compilation Celebrates Scott Hutchison's Life

The Scottish band put together a covers album as a tribute to their most beloved record before the death of their singer last year. They didn't change a note.

7.9.19

Doll Skin's Joyful Pop Punk Is the Future

The Arizona band's new album 'Love Is Dead and We Killed Her' gives mid-aughts alt-rock a fresh coat of Manic Panic.

5.8.19

Nav Is Finally Self-Aware

The Punjabi-Canadian rapper may be a frequent target of maligning memes and industry plant accusations, but The Weeknd’s homegrown favourite now has a Billboard chart-topping album despite the controversy.

5.7.19

Jamila Woods Wants You to Stop Rewriting Black History

We grabbed lunch with the Chicago singer in the middle of Harlem. Her new album, 'LEGACY! LEGACY!,' underscores why Black lineage needs to be protected.

4.26.19

Institute’s Freak-Punk Tries to Make Sense of a Disorienting World

Vocalist Moses Brown opens up about their new single “Deadlock” and new album ‘Readjusting the Locks’: “What are you doing if you’re not addressing this absurd world?”

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2.1.19

Nish Kumar Thinks You're Destroying Yourselves

The BBC comedian explains his anger, humour and politics during his long nationwide tour.

11.7.18

Nothing Will Save Us

The Philadelphia underdogs are void fuckers in a time that calls for it. They rose from hardship to become one of today's most beloved cult rock bands—but they still feel misunderstood.

10.11.18

How Little Mix Mastered the Pop Machine in Seven Years

We spoke to the pop group about mega-fame, the #MeToo movement and what it felt like getting a shit ton of money overnight.

9.17.18

Uncle Luke's Next Chapter is Here

After a long and controversial journey, Luther Campbell is producing a documentary series about the football program he founded in his hometown that counts Antonio Brown, Devonta Freeman, and many other NFL stars as alums.

7.20.18

World's Fair Will Make You Believe in New York City Again

The seven-man Queens group is getting ready to put out ‘New Lows,’ a long-awaited debut loosely inspired by Elvis Guesthouse. But it almost didn’t happen.

7.10.18

This Band Photographer Smoked Weed Once and Says He Wrote the Next Bible

Will von Bolton smoked weed for the first time and it changed his life, leading him to write the 'Loophole to Happiness,' which is not so much a religious text as it is an operating system for your mind.

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