Eurovision Is Cancelled, So Vote On Our Alternative Competition Instead
The pandemic has robbed us of the world's greatest singing show, so we're holding our own, including, but not limited to: Romanian trap, demonic Greek folk and OAP grime.
If You're Still Watching 'Girls' At Least You Got to Enjoy a New Robyn Track
"Honey" premiered on this week's episode of the show's final season.
Sleeparchive Evokes the Cathartic Anger of "Grief" on a New Track
The tune is off his upcoming 'Untitled' EP on Swedish techno imprint Arsenik.
Inside a Mental Health Centre Aimed Exclusively at Musicians
Since it opened in 2000, Nuçi's Space has helped more than 1,700 musicians in times of mental need.
Britney Spears Is Still Trapped By the Stigma of Her Breakdown
Ten years and five albums after she shaved her head, people won't stop judging Britney by her mental health.
Who the Hell Was 'Mr Saxobeat Anyway?
Thump went in search of the figure who inspired one of the world's most enduring Eurodance anthems.
Baba Stiltz's New Music Is Everything We Want and More
Having just released a new EP, we caught up with the Stockholm producer to get his thoughts on, well, everything.
This Is How Jens Lekman Learned to Face His Fears
The Swedish songwriter literally drove copies of his last album to the landfill, but with 'Life Will See You Now' he's back more assured than ever.
How Kendrick Lamar's 'To Pimp a Butterfly' Artwork Is the Lasting Document of America's Hip-Hop President
The presence of these artists is all the more important when considering one simple fact: the White House is a landmark of black oppression.
How to Start a Band
It's easy: You just start a band. But what does that mean, exactly?
I Found the Meaning of Life at an Abba-Themed Club Night
Or, how perfect pop helps to make sense of the chaos in an era when Trump will soon run the free world.
An Ode to the Digital Download, and Its Impending Death
What happens when the future dies before it’s happened?