Here's Deap Vally Clobbering the Shit Out of a Mutant Trump

Deap Vally are the intergalactic superheroes we need, armed with lizard brain riffs and feminist grit in their animated "Bring It On" video.
Andrea Domanick

Alvvays Escape Normal Life on 'Antisocialites' and We Can Too

Molly Rankin and Alec O'Hanley of the Toronto dream pop band talk about how isolation and fantasy became the heart of their sophomore record.
Sarah MacDonald
New music

Garage Rock Legend King Khan Goes Solo with "It's a Lie"

It's the first song from his solo debut LP, 'Murderburgers,' out October 13.
Alex Robert Ross
Remembering Things

The Complicated Legacy of So Solid Crew

From murder to charges to BRIT awards, the story of the south London collective is a labyrinthine one involving a cast of more than 20 characters.
Francisco Garcia
End form 696

Form 696 Still Exists and It’s Still Trash: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

London's Met Police risk assessment form was introduced over a decade ago, leading to the voluntary cancellation of high-profile grime gigs, but now there’s a possibility it might finally be revoked.
Daisy Jones

The Enduring Legacy of the 'Pure Garage' Compilation CD

How the iconic series, mixed by DJ EZ, became the mainstream face of a UK genre reaching its pinnacle.
Sam Diss
Remembering Things

Twenty Years Later: Remembering the Bratty Punk of The Donnas' Debut LP

We tracked down singer Brett Anderson to talk teen tearaway punk rock and how she wound up back in college.
Ilana Kaplan

Never Mind the Sex Pistols... It Was The Damned Who Pioneered UK Punk

Forty years after “New Rose”, we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.
Biju Belinky

Exclusive: Watch Dizzee Rascal Tell the Story of His Lifelong Love for Jungle Music

In this exclusive video from Radar Radio, Dizzee plays records with legendary producer Ray Keith, and goes total fanboy on the scene that made him.
Daisy Jones
Levi's® Music Project presents Estates of Mind

Bold Frequency: Exploring the Legacy of Pirate Radio Culture

The glory days of pirate radio have passed in the UK but we can never forget what a big part it played in our culture and how it helped create whole music genres

Lady Miche’s Guide to the Ultimate Break Up Bangers

The queen of Kurupt FM gave us a call to talk about how she’s coping since chucking Grindah’s hair gel into the street.
Joe Zadeh

Punk Supergroup Vanishing Life Announce Debut, Premiere Biting New Single “The Realist”

Their first LP, ‘Surveillance,’ will drop on November 11.
Alex Robert Ross