Q&A

Premieres

Ava Luna Dream of a Better World on Their Weirdo Pop Album 'Moon 2'

The Brooklyn pop group channel several years of solo work into a wonderful statement on the power of fantasy and community, demonstrated in the video for their new single "Childish," premiering here.
Colin Joyce
8.30.18
Interviews

John Prine Has His Eyes on the Afterlife

The 71-year-old country legend speaks on 'The Tree of Forgiveness,' routines, being practical, Phil Spector, scientists, Pluto, daydreaming, smoking cigarettes, God, and more.
Annalise Domenighini
8.21.18
Interviews

'Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose': A Candid Conversation With Plan B

Ahead of his new album we spoke about becoming a father, being a Londoner and truly knowing himself.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom
5.4.18
Features

The Glorious Resurrection of House Music Deity Mr. Fingers

The Chicago-bred, Memphis-based artist responsible for some of dance music’s immortal anthems returns with his first album in nearly 25 years—bridging the gaps between the many vibes he’s conjured
David Garber
3.30.18
Interviews

Lucy Dacus Is Paranoid, In Pain, and Writing Great Indie Songs By Accident

We talk to the rising Virginia songstress about nihilism, queerness, and getting heavy on her knockout second album, 'Historian.'
Rebecca Haithcoat
3.2.18
Interviews

Inside the Surreal, Twisted Psyche of Cholo Goth Leafar Seyer

The Prayers frontman walks us through the inner spirits behind his first solo LA art show, 'The Pain Isn’t Over.'
John Ochoa
3.2.18
Interviews

The ‘Lady Bird’ Score Composer Has Worked With Everyone in Music

Look, Jon Brion is just good at this shit. We spoke to him about collaborating with Greta Gerwig, Elliott Smith, Kanye and more.
Daniel Dylan Wray
2.20.18
Interviews

Talking Travel, Over-Thinking and UFOs with Rhye’s Mike Milosh

The alt-R&B artist taught us about epigenetics in a conversation about his transient life and latest album, 'Blood.'
Ryan Bassil
2.15.18
Thump

Techno-Punks Are Throwing the Sickest Raves in Singapore

In the face their country's legal hurdles, the progressive crew behind Horizon99 are helping to reignite country's appetite for experimental dance music.
Michelle Lhooq
2.2.18
Q&A

Skyping With House Music Legend Larry Heard​

Skype drops out even on the guy responsible for one of dance music's biggest tracks.
Tim Scott
12.12.17
Features

Dom Is Finally Out of the Shit

The Massachusetts songwriter was one of blog rock's big success stories, turning an internet hit into a major-label deal and a collaboration with Gucci Mane. Then he disappeared for a while.
Cam Lindsay
12.1.17
Interviews

Adria Kain Wants You To Exhale on New EP 'DECOMPRESSED'

The singer-songwriter tells her story of depression, fatigue, and resilience after finding herself face-to-face with an insatiable darkness.
Amani Bin Shikhan
11.7.17