Avery Stone

PROFILES

Julien Baker Is Quietly Getting Louder

As the 22-year-old singer songwriter tours the world off her incredible sophomore record 'Turn Out the Lights,' she is plotting what's next.
Avery Stone
4.12.18
First Dates

I Went on a First Date with Hayley Kiyoko in a Bowling Alley

The Los Angeles pop singer talks her debut album 'Expectations,' while holding a bowling ball.
Avery Stone
4.2.18
Interviews

Julia Michaels' Journey from Selena Gomez's Hitmaker to Grammy-Nominated Artist

The prolific songwriter says she never set out to be a solo star, but this year she snagged Grammy nominations for Best New Artist and Song of the Year.
Avery Stone
12.21.17
PROFILES

Demi Lovato Is Back on Her Bullshit, But Now the Bullshit Is Better

After a Grammy nomination and a breakup, the songwriter is back with a new record that could help cement her place among pop music's best vocalists.
Avery Stone
9.27.17
Interviews

The Quiet Confidence of Stevie Parker

With only a couple songs to her name, we're earmarking this 24-year-old Brit as one to keep an eye on.
Avery Stone
8.30.16
Interviews

Glass Animals and the Art of Being Human

For their second LP singer Dave Bayley turned other people's stories into songs, and in doing so revealed a little something of himself.
Avery Stone
8.26.16
Interviews

Act One: The Volatility of Desire and Marian Hill

Not a solo artist, but a boy-girl duo, who excavate romantic relationships and turn that frisson into unpigeonholeable pop magic.
Avery Stone
8.10.16
Premieres

Fake People Suck: Here's Teen Sensation Mallrat's "Uninvited"

Her last single hit number one on the Hype Machine. Meet Mallrat—the 17-year-old Aussie singer telling it like it is.
Avery Stone
7.27.16
Premieres

Teen Band The Regrettes Tell It Like It Is: Here's “A Living Human Girl” Video

Real talk and unreal expectations, sweet tunes and breaking that mold—we meet the 15-year-old frontwoman Lydia Night and her gang of awesome.
Avery Stone
7.22.16
Interviews

BRONCHO Choose Their Own Adventure

The Oklahoma boys return a third LP of woozy, narcotized grooves. They might be psych-pop, nu gaze but now they've got their sights set on Bey.
Avery Stone
6.17.16
Interviews

Selah Sue and Her Search for Self

Already a big star in Europe, now this Belgian singer's making waves Stateside. While her music may be upbeat, through her songs she tackles her battle with depression head on.
Avery Stone
6.16.16
Interviews

MUNA On Their Own Terms: "If We’re Lucky Enough to Have a Platform, We Should Use That to Help People"

The tipped trio discuss the storytelling, the importance of being open about their sexuality, and defining yourself for yourself.
Avery Stone
5.10.16