Interviews

Interviews

Uffie May Be Back, But She'll Never Stop Evolving

We caught up with the original queen of MySpace as she prepares for her glorious, and much longed-for, 2019 return.
Lauren O'Neill
5 days ago
Premieres

Euglossine's Optimistic Electronics Are Like a Dream

The Florida-based musician's new album 'Coriolis' has its eyes on the skies.
Colin Joyce
2.13.19
Interviews

The Walmart Mysticism of Cass McCombs

With an apocalyptic hum, the songwriter tells stories of solipsists and idealists on his new record 'Tip of the Sphere.'
Alex Robert Ross
2.7.19
Interviews

Badgirl$ Are Manchester’s Bright, New Indie-Trap Hope

We meet the trio on a walk through their home city, hearing about their upcoming EP (and how Class A drugs almost derailed them).
Kamila Rymajdo
2.5.19
Remembering Things

One of Three 6 Mafia's Best Albums Is a Y2K-Obsessed Crunk Side Project

DJ Paul looks back, twenty years after the release of the Tear Da Club Up Thugs' Southern hip-hop classic 'CrazyNDaLazDayz.'
Gary Suarez
2.4.19
Interviews

How Pete Wentz Ended Up on a Lil Peep and ILoveMakonnen Collab

"I saw Peep as a kindred spirit," he told us, when we called him about to talk about new track "I've Been Waiting."
Marianne Eloise
2.1.19
Interviews

Joy's Genre-Hopping Hardcore Is All About Suffering

Raleigh's next great metal/hardcore hybrid give us an earful about their new album, 'No Light Below,' misanthropy, and doing it their damn selves.
Eli Enis
1.30.19
Interviews

The Apocalypse Is Mellow on Shlohmo’s New Track, "The End"

The LA producer's long-awaited new album, also called 'The End,' is out on March 22
Justin Staple
1.30.19
Interviews

anaïs Is Learning How to Let Go

The French artist blends soul, funk and R&B with a pride in her blackness—but she wasn't always the confident woman seen in her new "Woman" video.
Alim Kheraj
1.30.19
Interviews

How Tiga Helped Turn Montreal Into a Nightlife Hub

Plus an exclusive, beatless live mix from the Montreal legend, to help you recover from the after party.
Billy Eff
1.28.19
Interviews

15 Years Into Her Career, M.I.A. Is Still Telling Hard Truths

We spoke to the iconic British-Sri Lankan rapper about her new documentary 'Matangi / Maya / M.I.A.' and the uphill battle she's faced in America.
Shaad D’Souza
1.24.19
Premieres

Speelburg’s “Screener Season” Is a Smooth-Pop Ode to Sofia Coppola

We're premiering the Belgian-American artist's latest playful music video, as he gears up to release a collection of ten tracks in March.
Tshepo Mokoena
1.23.19
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