Interviews

Interviews
Interviews

Conner Youngblood Is a Beautiful Weirdo Who Likes Places More Than People

We sit down with the singer to discuss the roadmap to his emotional travelogue 'Cheyenne.'
Andrea Domanick
9 hours ago
Interviews
Interviews

T.I. on 15 Years of 'Trap Muzik': "I Wanted to Make a Classic"

The legendary rapper talks to us about the 2003 album that helped give trap its name—and yes, Gucci Mane comes up, too.
Thomas Hobbs
14 hours ago
Interviews
Interviews

An Interview with "Mooo!" Maker Doja Cat, Rap's New Dairy Queen

Doja Cat was already a super talented artist with a bright bubblegum persona, it just took her viral video "Mooo!" for people to recognize.
Kristin Corry
4 days ago
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Interviews

Wayne Kramer Is Still Kicking Out the Jams

The MC5 frontman talks about 'The Hard Stuff,' his new memoir chronicling the turbulent, debaucherous rise of his pioneering Detroit band.
Corbin Reiff
8.13.18
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Interviews

You Might Not Like Foxing’s Big, Weird New Album (But They Do)

The St. Louis band swung for the fences on 'Nearer My God,' an expansive third album that might turn their fans off. And that's OK!
Shawn Cooke
8.10.18
Interviews
Interviews

Melody's Echo Chamber's 'Bon Voyage' is The Psychedelic Trip of the Year

We spoke to the French musician about her wildly experimental, impressively cohesive, bi-lingual musical fantasia of a new record.
Jeremy Allen
8.9.18
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Interviews

Diana Gordon Already Made It, Now She's Starting All Over Again

The Queens native already found success in dance’s electropop scene as Wynter Gordon. Now, the mastermind between Beyoncé’s “Becky with the good hair” lyric is ready to step into her own on her new EP, ‘PURE.’
Kristin Corry
8.3.18
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Premieres

Sam Morrow's Cynical Joy Finds LA Country at Its Best

On his third LP, the rising LA country star is taking more chances and giving fewer fucks. Watch the premiere of his "Quick Fix" video below.
Will Schube
8.1.18
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blind spots

Porches Listens to New Order’s ‘Power, Corruption, & Lies’ for the First Time

New Order's sophomore album is one of the most significant synth-pop records of the 1980s. We played it for Aaron Maine.
Josh Terry
7.31.18
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Interviews

Jazz Cartier: “To Me, I’m Making the Best Music Possible Now.”

The Toronto artist explains the necessary sonic evolution on his new album 'Fleurever' and why Canada "has it backwards" regarding its rappers.
Phil Witmer
7.30.18
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Interviews

If You Haven’t Been Listening to Unknown Mortal Orchestra This Summer, You’ve Been Fuckin’ Up

'Sex & Food' is one of the year's best psychedelic records, so we talked to Ruban Nielson about what's coming next.
Eric Sundermann
7.27.18
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Premieres

Tony Molina’s New Album Is a Low-Key Ripper, Like the Man Himself

‘Kill the Lights’ finds the Bay Area songwriter further indulging his love for rich, harmony-laden guitar pop songs. It's basically perfect, but not on purpose.
Colin Joyce
7.23.18