BIG|BRAVE Premiere ‘Au De La’ and Talk Musical Patterns
Montreal post-rockers discuss the value of silence, gear-oriented bands and signing to Southern Lord for the release of their second album.
Pryde Talks Growing Up Through the Grief
We premiere a new video from the young rapper and talk about rebranding from D-Pryde and how he dealt with losing his mother to cancer.
Smino Is Making a Midwest Musical Moment
Listen to his new song "3M," the first release off the upcoming 'Zero Fatigue.'
Chattanooga Gospel: TUT's Corner Stories Are Bringing a New Spirit to Hip-Hop
Meet the Tennessee rapper behind this year's thrilling mixtape 'Preacher's Son' and watch a video for his new song, "Throwed."
Trust, Lust, and Also Friendship: Meet Montreal's Stunning Pop Duo Milk & Bone
Listen to Milk & Bone's breathtaking debut album 'Little Mourning.'
A New Hope: Black EL Embraces Change with His Space Wave Hip-Hop
Meet the Boston trio behind the hopeful, unpredictable mixtape 'L_ST.'
We Skyped with Ibeyi, the French-Cuban Twin Sisters Turning Their Heritage into the Sound of the Future
Naomi and Lisa-Kaindé Díaz are the daughters of a member of the Buena Vista Social Club, but their musical roots go all the way back to their distant Yoruba ancestors.
Meet Aeon Fux, the Online Experimentalist Who Makes the Coolest Minute-Long Soul Songs You've Ever Heard
What's the common ground between FKA Twigs and doom metal? Let the Washington-based singer show you.
Chelsea Jade Is New Zealand's Accidental Dream Pop Hero
After an unlikely debut as Watercolours, she's ready to draw her audience in and push them away at the same time.
Meet D.R.A.M., the Virginia Artist Who Stopped Following the Rules of Rap and Had One Epic Summer
The fascinatingly melodic Hampton rapper shares his story and a new song, "iBG2U."
Meet Neijah Lanae, the LA Artist Brightening Up Alt-Pop
She's shaking up pop and challenging the way people think about strong women.
Marissa G. Muller
Meet King avriel: The Girl Who's Set on Changing The Game
A former actor and model, King avriel's songs wax on relationships, reality TV culture, the male gaze, and the fluidity of gender. Still only 23 her velvety alt-R&B packs one lyrical punch.
Marissa G. Muller