The Myth of Prophet, a Lost Funk Great Who's Back From Outer Space
Decades after his cultishly beloved debut 'Right on Time,' the mononymous musician returns with a new record, ready to tell his story of acid, aliens, and a lifetime hustling.
Lil West Is the Delaware Loner Forging Rap’s Strange Future
Holed up in a small town, the 19-year-old rapper and a crew of producers he only knows online are creating a genreless utopia from leftover scraps of trap, emo, EDM, and a whole lot more.
Iceage Are Still Exploring Rock's Great Beyond
We caught up with the Danish post-punk band to discuss the newly swollen sound of their upcoming album, and their love of playing live.
The Enduring Brilliance of Beach House
Thirteen years, seven albums in: we speak with the Baltimore duo about the immortality of art, the state of the world and, tbh, some spooky shit.
Novelist: "The Internet Has Messed up the Roads More Than Crack in the 80s"
A week after the grime MC released his debut album, we speak about his meditative journey, God and the societal changes London’s youth need.
Amber Mark Knows a Thing or Two About Using Music as Therapy
The New Yorker talks moving forward from grieving her mother's death on her debut EP, with next month's bossa nova-inflected 'Conexão.'
Is Okay Kaya Living in Pop Music's Future?
The 27-year-old singer has the potential to be the next biggest thing in music. With her upcoming album 'Both,' can she do it?
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.
Félicia Atkinson's New Ambient Tape Can Be Your Oasis in a Weird World
The French musician spent time in the New Mexico desert, then turned the feelings of its vast landscapes into a beautiful tape called ‘Coyotes’—a low-key intermezzo between her heavier works.
The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon Is Just Getting Comfortable
The emotive songwriter talks about how he expanded towards new horizons on his recent and second solo album, 'Sleepwalkers.'
Trace Mountains' New Album Is Insular Indie Rock for a World That's Fucked
Dave Benton, one-fourth of the Brooklyn band LVL UP, took a rest and returned to his solo project to reconnect with his community on 'A Partner to Lean On.'
The Magic Gang Did It Their Way
Five years and a lost home later and the Brighton band have achieved something that sits apart from the current crop of new guitar bands.
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