Devi McCallion and Katie Dey’s Album Makes the End of the World Sound Fun
'Some New Form of Life' is a funny and fucked record about the end of everything and what comes after. Or something like that.
Toronto’s Junia-T Assembles Laid Back Belligerence on Soulful “Know Better”
The new track is a breezy re-introduction to the Toronto artist and features fellow acts Miloh Smith, Sean Leon and Julian Thomas.
Just John Makes Like Goku and Breaks Out of His Hyperbolic Chamber on 'DON'
Producer Dom Dias and the Scarborough rapper talk the death of artist-producer collaborations and the value of always supporting your community.
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J Hus Holds Nothing Back on His New 'Big Spang' EP
... and in doing so solidifies why he and producer Jae5 are among the kings of the UK's many afrobeats fusion subgenres.
Lil Yachty Still Can't Escape the Innocent, Innovative Sound of 'Lil Boat'
'Lil Boat 2' finds the young Atlanta rapper largely succeeding at making minor-key trap, but perhaps he was more refreshing rapping over happier video game samples.
Ciel's Debut EP 'Peach004' Is a Nebulous Work in Progress
"I didn't want to sell myself short and not try something because I was afraid."
PartyNextDoor Goes on Overnight Tear, Releases Two More New Songs
"Put It On Silent" and "Naked" hit Soundcloud in the very early hours of Sunday morning.
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Frank Ocean’s “Seigfried” Builds on the Beatles’ Production Legacy
On the one-year anniversary of 'Blonde,' we look at the album's most experimental song and its ties to '60s psychedelia.
Producer Says Blame Metallica for Shitty Sound on '...And Justice for All'
How a metal classic was robbed of its bass, according to those who produced it.
New Short Film Discusses Black Identity as an American Ex-Pat in Paris [NSFW]
'The Leftovers' creator Damon Lindelof talks to Tamara P. Carter about her new series short, 'The Paris Project'.
Millions of People Can Now Produce Goods for Next to Nothing
Digital technology is making it easier than ever for anyone to become an entrepreneur, but it's also making many jobs obsolete.
21 Savage's 'Issa Album' Sounds Chilling Because Science Says It Should Be
Horror movies and our own natural expectations of musical tones help explain why the street rap of the South is so ghoulish.