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Interviews

Empress Of Took a Step Back and Reinvented Her Pop Sound

We spent the morning with Lorely Rodriguez in east London's Victoria Park and spoke about how she made her a bright, vivid second album, 'Us.'
Tara Joshi
10.15.18
PROFILES

How Little Mix Mastered the Pop Machine in Seven Years

We spoke to the pop group about mega-fame, the #MeToo movement, and what it felt like getting a shit ton of money overnight.
Daisy Jones
10.11.18
Features

The World Needs Troye Sivan's Queer Love Songs

The 23-year-old Australian makes universal pop that looks queer listeners directly in the eye. With his sophomore album 'Bloom', Sivan is ready to step into a new realm of pop stardom.
Shaad D’Souza
8.29.18
Interviews

Amindi K. Fro$t Will Surpass Whatever Expectations You Put on Her

The "Pine and Ginger" singer is just getting started.
Sharine Taylor
12.6.17
Interviews

How Bugzy Malone Became Grime's King of the North

The Manchester MC opens up about his time in jail, his work ethic and feeling like an outsider.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom
7.10.17
Interviews

The Eternal Optimism of Broken Social Scene

Returning after seven years with 'Hug of Thunder,' Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, and Charles Spearin share how they're trying to remain hopeful.
Sarah MacDonald
7.5.17
PROFILES

A Walk in New York with Tei Shi

On 'Crawl Space,' her debut album four years in the making, the peripatetic singer sizes up fear, self-doubt, and ambition.
Kim Taylor Bennett
4.26.17
Interviews

ALMA Wants to Be Finland’s First Major Pop Star

The Nordic country's pop impact has often come second to its Swedish neighbors, but this 21-year-old is set on taking her sound worldwide.
Ryan Bassil
3.27.17
Profile

RALPH is Master And Commander of Her Own Brand of Pop

The Toronto musician is new to the pop game but she needs to be here.
Sarah MacDonald
3.17.17
Profile

From Mess to Magic: Inside the Mind of Brooke Candy

Ahead of her official debut album, we spoke to the club-rap-turned-pop artist about drugs, sobriety and queerness in the era of Trump.
Daisy Jones
3.16.17
PROFILES

Drunk Online to Crunk Online: How Jay Som’s Songs Went from Bedroom Musings to Hard-Won Art

The 22-year-old, Oakland-raised singer's music is raw and intimate and the opposite of clichéd, cookie-cutter indie rock.
Nikki Volpicelli
3.14.17
PROFILES

Tennis Set Sail Again, Defy All Odds, and Test the Limit to Their Love

Seven years after their first sailing sojourn, Alaina and Patrick return with their fourth LP, 'Yours Conditionally,' which examines constrictive social norms and notions of forever.
Avery Stone
3.10.17