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Oscar #Worldpeace Has No Time for Your White God

The London rapper-producer isn't holding back on tackling police brutality, white supremacy and black pride on his upcoming EP, 'IC3.'
Tshepo Mokoena
5.10.18
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Premieres

Arp's New Single Is a Genre-Defying Instrumental From Other Worlds

The always-surprising composer born Alexis Georgopoulos will release a new album called 'ZEBRA' on 22 June, and "Fluorescences" is the first psychedelic taste.
Colin Joyce
5.10.18
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Interviews

This Collective Is Destroying Western Clichés About Arabic Music

We talked to Arabstazy’s founder about electronic Pan-Arabism, trance music, pride, and claiming one’s cultural heritage.
Théophile Pillault
5.10.18
Interviews
Interviews

Jessie Reyez Is Using R&B to Deal With Old Demons

We caught up with the Toronto singer who introduced her candid charm on her debut EP ‘Kiddo’. Now, Jessie Reyez is destroying double standards with her new single, “Body Count.”
Kristin Corry
5.8.18
Interviews
Interviews

'Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose': A Candid Conversation With Plan B

Ahead of his new album we spoke about becoming a father, being a Londoner and truly knowing himself.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom
5.4.18
Interviews
Interviews

How a 14-Year Break Let A Perfect Circle Make Their Best Album

We sat down with APC's mastermind Billy Howerdel to talk about the band's first record in 14 years, creative friction with Tool icon Maynard James Keenan, and gloomy aesthetics.
Ruby Morrigan
5.4.18
Interviews
Interviews

Rap's Rogue Gynecologist Dr. Octagon Is Back From Outer Space

After 22 years and with the help of collaborators Qbert and Dan the Automator, Kool Keith has again donned the Dr. Octagon persona for a new album.
Phillip Mlynar
5.4.18
Interviews
Interviews

Here It Is: Ben Khan’s Comeback Interview

The British artist is finally releasing his debut album. He’s always been elusive and secretive, so we asked him a bunch of questions such as ‘Ben, where’ve you been?!’
Ryan Bassil
5.3.18
Interviews
Interviews

King Tuff Was Dead, but Now He Feels Like a Kid Again

Kyle Thomas has spent much of his career crafting perfect, scuzzy power-pop as King Tuff, developing a devilish, beer-swilling reputation. On his fifth LP as King Tuff, he's finally his cosmic self.
Alex Robert Ross
5.3.18
Interviews
Interviews

DijahSB Is One Verse Away From Victory

The rapper talks about her long start as an artist, dealing with Toronto's small music industry, and journey to BET's 'Freestyle Friday.'
Safra Ducreay
5.3.18
Interviews
Interviews

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.
Lauren O'Neill
5.2.18
Interviews
Interviews

After 25 Years in Guyville, Liz Phair Is Glad to Be in Woman-World

On the 25th anniversary of her breakout album, ‘Exile in Guyville,’ the rock icon discusses the exciting progress in the music industry, what new artists she likes, and meeting Mick Jagger.
Dan Ozzi
5.1.18