People Just Do Nothing
The Kurupt FM Guys Tell Us All the Ways to Fuck Off Forever
The last season of 'People Just Do Nothing' starts today, so here's Grindah, Beats, Steves and Chabuddy G's advice for you on leaving jobs, friendships, group WhatsApps and more.
Hannah J Davies
Jonah Hill Tells Us Why ‘Above The Rim’ Is the Greatest Movie Soundtrack Ever
The writer and director of 'Mid90s' shares his love for Nate Dogg and why he decided not to release a physical version of the film's soundtrack.
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.
Longreads Or Whatever
Nothing Will Save Us
The Philadelphia underdogs are void fuckers in a time that calls for it. They rose from hardship to become one of today's most beloved cult rock bands—but they still feel misunderstood.
Zack Fox Begrudgingly Explains the "Square Up Challenge"
We talk to the writer, comedian, and rapper(?) about his creative process and his podcast 'Bruh.'
Grapetooth Are the Last Fun Band Standing
The Chicago duo has been selling out venues for the last year. We caught up with them on the cusp of their debut LP.
Kodie Shane Is Having Fun Being the Underdog
'Young HeartThrob' finds Kodie Shane maturing with her music. Her new video for "Flex on Me" is a middle finger to anyone who doubted her.
The Enduring Cult of Robyn
The Swedish pop icon is back with 'Honey', her first album in eight years. We hung out with her to speak about it.
Vanessa Bling Has Endured, Now She Wants to Shine
The rising artist talks about her long road as Vybz Kartel's protege to finding herself on new EP 'Still Standing.'
Suicidal Tendencies Are Still Punk as Fuck (Whatever That Means)
We talked to Mike Muir about four decades of hardcore, 'Still Cyco Punk After All These Years,' and how they became one of the most influential bands in extreme music.
Zane Lowe Knows the Industry's Changing But He's Not Scared
On a recent London trip, we spoke to the Beats 1 creative director and DJ about how to make sense of internet radio in a shifting business.
Justin Trash & killVill Are Anti K-Pop Stars On "FUCK IT UP!"
The Toronto duo wants to make abrasive sounding music to soothe everyone's mental health.
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