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.
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.
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.
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 favorite now has a Billboard chart-topping album.
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.
Institute’s Freak-Punk Tries to Make Sense of a Disorienting World
Vocalist Moses Brown opens up about their new single “Deadlock” and their new album ‘Readjusting the Locks’: “What are you doing if you’re not addressing this absurd world?”
Kelsey Lu Had to Manifest Hopeful Pop from Pain
We met the pop cellist and singer in London, hearing about the tumultuous journey behind her stunning debut album 'Blood.'
This NYC Artist's Radical Bread Is Baked to Be Destroyed
"If you look at bread, you have to look at subsidies and revolts and taxation. Bread has never really been simple.”
After Wax Idols, Hether Fortune Is Better Off Alone
Having abruptly disbanded her primary creative outlet for nearly a decade, the songwriter is now working by herself, at her own pace.
Orville Peck Is a Lone Stranger Singing Country Songs From Behind a Mask
The queer cowboy and pseudonymous country singer discusses his evocative campfire torchsongs and debuts the music video for his latest single “Turn To Hate.”
Iliana Regan's Current Drugs of Choice Are Making Exquisite Food and Listening to Podcasts About Cults
The Michelin-starred chef of Elizabeth and Kitsune sat down with us to talk about sobriety, sexuality, and serial killers.
Foals Will Be Drunk-Dancing Until the End of the World
Frontman Yannis Philippakis opens up about their new album after a few drinks in his south London flat.