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Lily Allen Is Ready to Be Seen Again

The real Lily Allen steps forward on 'No Shame', a banger-filled but breathtakingly sad document of depression, divorce, and motherhood. We caught up with the singer to discuss what led her to LP 4, and what comes next.
Shaad D’Souza
6.13.18
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UK Doom Rock Gods Orange Goblin Will Never Stop Never Stopping

The heavy riffing mainstays have spent 20 years rocking on their own terms—even when it almost ruined them. Now, they're older, wiser, and stronger than ever.
Kevin Stewart-Panko
6.12.18
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Interviews

This Feminist Metal Horror Movie Spills Blood and Destroys Stereotypes

We speak with director Laurel Vail, whose new short film "What Metal Girls Are Into" has been making waves at film festivals around the world.
Kelsey Zimmerman
6.8.18
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Interviews

Skengdo & AM Are Redefining UK Drill

Today, on the release of their latest video "What A Feeling", we chart their rise to prominence—one which saw them beat Stormzy and JAY-Z in the iTunes chart.
Ciaran Thapar
6.8.18
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Interviews

Azekel Fearlessly Explores the Textures of Black Masculinity

The past Gorillaz and Massive Attack collaborator is ready to present his audio-visual debut album, 'Our Father.'
Grace Shutti
6.7.18
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Interviews

Lotic Is a Force to Be Reckoned With

On the producer's latest album 'POWER', they process a load of emotions and emerge with their lightest (at least for them) listen yet.
Russell Dean Stone
6.1.18
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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's New Homespun Synth Piece Has Its Eyes to the Sky

The track's drawn from a new compilation by the people behind the music blog Stadiums & Shrines. They reflect on the halcyon years of the music blogging ecosystem in an interview below.
Colin Joyce
6.1.18
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London Sleaze Punks Goat Girl Look Life's Absurdities in the Eye

When everything is political, the band’s off-the-cuff, often satirical social commentary is a welcome palette cleanser to the heaviness of modern life.
Andrea Domanick
6.1.18
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Listen to gobbinjr’s Clever New Pop Songs When You're Lonely and Tired

The Brooklyn-based songwriter Emma Witmer opens up about about kinda funny, kinda sad record ‘ocala wick,’ inspired by “unreciprocated and unsolicited advances by men.”
Colin Joyce
5.31.18
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We Visited Murdoc in Jail to Learn about the New Gorillaz Album

Before the band release 'The Now Now' in June, they've shared a video for "Humility"—and lined up a temporary replacement member for Murdoc…
Joseph Crewther
5.31.18
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Interviews

How Two Black Metal Masterminds Learned to Dominate the Stage

The Ruins of Beverast and Tchornobog discuss how they shepherded their solo studio projects into thunderous live incarnations at this year's Covenant Festival in Montreal.
Lorcan Archer
5.30.18
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Interviews

Wolf Alice: "You're Labeled a Hypocrite When You're Opinionated"

The London band are releasing a new video for "Space & Time" off 2017's 'Visions of a Life,' all while taking a stand on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Tshepo Mokoena
5.30.18