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INTERVIEWS

If You're Mad as Hell Right Now, You Need U.S. Girls

Meg Remy talks about her new album 'In A Poem Unlimited,' #MeToo, and only being an authority on her own experiences.
Sarah MacDonald
2.7.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

'The Chi' Soundtracks Hope and Beautiful Flaws on Chicago's South Side

Barry Cole, music supervisor on films like 'Belly' and 'Brown Sugar,' captures the spirit of Chicago in Lena Waithe's 'The Chi.'
Kristin Corry
2.5.18
Festivals 2018
Festivals 2018

Welcome to Girlschool, the Festival and Community Bringing Equality Centre Stage

Artists Anna Bulbrook and Francisca Valenzuela discuss the triumphs and challenges of making non-male space in the music industry.
Andrea Domanick
2.5.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Roadburn Have Done Something No Other Festival Has Done Before, and It Rules

We spoke to Roadburn curator Walter Hoeijmakers, Oranssi Pazuzu's Toni Hietamäki, and Misþyrming's Tomas and Dagur about their big plans for the Dutch festival's 2018 edition.
Ben Handelman
2.5.18
INTERVIEWS
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
2.1.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Legal Weed Forced This Denver, Colorado DIY Lifer to Leave Town

How the industry of legal 420 crushed Speedwolf howler Reed Bruemmer’s dreams of Denver 666.
Chris Krovatin
2.1.18
INTERVIEWS
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
2.1.18
Premieres
Premieres

Anna Burch's New Track Is Anxious and Relatable, Like All Good Indie Rock

The Detroit singer-songwriter talks astrology, living in Chicago, and her Polyvinyl debut album, 'Quit the Curse.'
Josh Terry
1.31.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Hak Baker Subverts What a British Folk Singer Can Be

The Londoner makes what he calls "g-folk" and talks at 100 miles a minute, jumping from excitement to irritation to laughter.
Tshepo Mokoena
1.30.18
PROFILES
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
1.29.18
INTERVIEWS
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
1.29.18
INTERVIEWS
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
1.29.18