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Talking Travel, Over-Thinking and UFOs with Rhye’s Mike Milosh

The alt-R&B artist taught us about epigenetics in a conversation about his transient life and latest album, 'Blood.'
Ryan Bassil
4 days ago
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Will.i.am Saying “Humanity Has Issues, Actually” Is a 2018 Mood

Sure, this is just a line from a BBC interview but actually – ACTUALLY – it sums up where we're at right now.
Lauren O'Neill
2.13.18
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INTERVIEWS

A Pregnant Light's Damian Master Has No Time for False Modesty

The Colloquial Sound Recordings mastermind and dizzyingly prolific "purple metal" musician opens up about his faith, his hubris, and Iron Maiden.
Ashley Naftule
2.12.18
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INTERVIEWS

England's Jade Bird Found the Truth in Southern Feminism

How the "Something American" singer-songwriter is inspired by the strong women of her past.
Ilana Kaplan
2.11.18
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INTERVIEWS

Show Some CIVIC Pride For Melbourne’s New Kings of Wild Rock And Roll

To get you in the mood for “New Vietnam”, the title cut from their upcoming debut record, we chatted to the Melbourne favourites about their place in the Australian punk cannon.
Tim Scott
2.2.18
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INTERVIEWS

Months After Hurricane Maria, Musicians in Puerto Rico Still Need Help

We chatted with PRIMA Fund co-creator Raquel Berrios, whose band Buscabulla is playing a NYC farewell show Wednesday at Elsewhere to benefit the initiative.
Algodón Egipcio
1.31.18
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INTERVIEWS

Legal Weed Forced This Denver DIY Lifer to Leave Town

How the industry of legal 420 crushed Speedwolf howler Reed Bruemmer’s dreams of Denver 666.
Chris Krovatin
1.31.18
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INTERVIEWS

The Allah-Las Made a Covers Album That Actually Rules

We sat down with the LA garage outfit to talk the art of covers, a terrorist threat on their show, and making music in times of chaos.
Lindsay MaHarry
1.31.18
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PROFILES

Higher Brothers Are Chinese Hip-Hop's Greatest Hope

Between Chengdu and Shenzhen last year, the relentless trap four-piece told us—as they tell everyone—that they wanted to "bring their Worldwide Shit to the entire world." This year, they'll get their chance.
Lauren Teixeira
1.28.18
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INTERVIEWS

Zenizen's Opal Hoyt Found Her Voice Somewhere Between Alaska and Melbourne

The Brooklyn-based artist, whose new EP is a neo-soul marvel, explains her inspiration and the difficulties that come being branded "unique."
Shelly Simon
1.28.18
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INTERVIEWS

First Aid Kit Love Making You Cry

After enduring their toughest phase as a band, Klara and Johanna Söderberg are back with a risky, robust new album. And they're back to doing what they're best at—making everyone bawl.
Eve Barlow
1.28.18
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INTERVIEWS

Tribulation Are Death Metal Goths Who Love Lord Byron and Fuck with Metal's Macho Imagery

The Swedish extreme metal phenomenons explain how 18th century Romantic poetry inspires the decadent darkness on their new LP, 'Down Below.'
Joseph Schafer
1.24.18