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Gucci Mane Talks About His Favorite Songs with Malcolm Gladwell
In conversation with Malcolm Gladwell, he also spoke about his teenage music taste and his love for, erm, Maroon 5.
Alex Robert Ross
Jlin is Making the Most Aggressively Beautiful Music You've Ever Heard
After getting her start in footwork, the Indiana producer breaks the grid.
Johnny Marr's High School English Teacher Reviewed His Autobiography
"Well done Johnny. You made your old English teacher very proud!"
Digging up the Past With Maynard James Keenan
We spoke to the enigmatic musician, artist, wine connoisseur, and more about his new biography and why fame is bullshit.
An Artist Re-Edited Cosmo with the Entire Text of 'Mein Kampf'
Hitler’s manifesto and women's fashion magazines have quite a bit in common, at least according to Alvaro Carmona.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
A Game Designer Is Creating His Autobiography as a 'Doom II' Mod
A man whose life has been helped by Doom will be putting his life into Doom.
A Journal of Lil Wayne's Time in Prison Will Be Released in October
Read an Excerpt from the Posthumous Novel of Murdered Iranian Punk Ali Eskandarian
In 2013, Ali Eskandarian was shot dead in New York with two members of the Iranian punk band Yellow Dogs. Here is an exclusive excerpt from his semi-autobiographical novel, 'Golden Years.'
Fifteen Lessons Learned from Grace Jones's Autobiography 'I'll Never Write My Memoirs'
The singer-actress-model-muse recounts her halcyon days, throws shade at her imitators, and proves she's still a provocateur par excellence.
A Tale of Two Mothers: Joel Peterson's Autobiographical Novel Takes on Love, War, and Adoption
Peterson's Dreams of My Mothers is an autobiographical novel, following his life from his childhood in South Korea to his adolescence as an adopted son in Minnesota.
When Motörhead’s Frontman Lost Consciousness After Getting Three Consecutive Blowjobs
We talked to the editor who is releasing Lemmy's autobiography in Spanish. Finalmente.
Thinkpieces And Shit
Manu Chao Is Music's Last True Radical
Peter Culshaw has trailed the enduring troubadour from a Saharan refugee camp to a mental asylum in Argentina and still doesn't quite know how to nail him down.