We Spoke to the Meme Goddess Behind @Tinyhat_skatelife
"I really enjoy making the memes that make fun of the girls who date skaters because I'm making fun of myself."
Here Are 16 More Stories of Rich Kids Pretending Not to Be Rich
"One of my friends from college used to say they were a miner because his family owned a mine."
Here Are 21 Stories of Rich Kids Lying About Being Rich
"She self-defines as working-class because her aunt didn't go to college."
Behind the Scenes of Netflix's New Fyre Festival Documentary
"The thing that the founder, Billy, wanted more than anything—in my opinion—was to be in the middle of it all. He wanted to be 'the guy.'"
How Palestinians in Israel Use Music to Break Borders
Partying within a conservative culture isn't easy, let alone when movement is restricted. These groups are hoping to change that.
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I Got Rat Boy’s Teenage Fans to Give Me Style Tips
"I don’t know why your jumper is so fluffy. I’m not into it."
I Went to a Sleep Show to Cure My Terrible Sleep
Turns out sleep companies cares less about us, and more about our employers.
Fatima Is Hanging Onto Hope
On her second album, the electronic soul artist is optimistic about the future. We caught up with her in south London for a chat.
slowthai is Just Getting Started
The visceral British rapper kicks a boot to the face of convention with his unique blend of antagonistic punk, UK grime, and the blues.
I Gave Up Plastic for a Week to See if We Can Really Save the World
Plastic straws are on their way out, so I may as well get rid of everything else.
Nilüfer Yanya’s Story Is Only Just Beginning
Her voice will surprise you, her raw, romantic songs about love and loss will break your heart, and you better get ready to hear more.
The Ting Goes Skrrrahh, Pap–Parody, and Into The Mainstream
How did two parody rap acts—Big Shaq and Kurupt FM—become two of this year’s most successful artists?