In our Cover Story piece, the Missouri-born songwriter talks to Rebecca Milner about finding her voice and facing the pressure of relationships.
In our Cover Story piece, Schoolboy Q talks to Rebecca Milner about his habits, Oxymoron, and what’s to come in 2015.
Love him or hate him, Drake is everywhere – and for good reason. 2014 wasn’t his biggest year, but Aubrey Graham managed to stay relevant.
It’s the 21st century and as Kimye know, gifts are still important. However, giving someone “a cool map” is pretty low so hey, we’re here to help.
The Jake Schreier-directed clip stars model / actress Cara Delevingne and puts a new twist on the bold and beautiful aspects of silent films.Read More
Wavves’ Nathan Williams has a mess of albums on the way and as a preview, he’s shared a new lo-fi ripper from his side project Spirit Club.Read More
In case y’all not get the memo, here are the year’s best tapes – including efforts from Travi$ Scott, Mac Miller, Kid. Studio, and Young Thug.Read More
Since we’re almost set to finally reveal our Top 50 Albums Of 2014, our senior editor Marie Rupolo thought it would be a good idea to redo covers from the likes of Mac DeMarco, Trash Talk, LDR, and Freddie Gibbs.Read More
With the year coming to a close, we honor the extended play with releases from Elliphant, Vince Staples, Black Atlass, Shlohmo & Jeremih, Ryn Weaver, Major Lazer, and more.Read More
Run The Jewels’ RTJ2 isn’t for the faint of heart. We’ll be posting our review of the LP but to support the duo’s release and Meow The Jewels, we made cat GIFs that contain RTJ lyrics.Read More
With their East/West coasts in tow, A$AP Ferg and YG flipped through their discogs and set it off at Toronto's Sound Academy.
Setting up at The Shoe on a Thursday, Zola Jesus and Slasher Flicks’ Angel Deradoorian turned the Queen West venue into a spot for intimacy.
We recap a year’s worth of photos with live stills of Fucked Up, Action Bronson, Grimes, Iggy Azalea, letlive., FlyLo, A$AP Rocky + more.
Buzz Records’ Krampus Party at The Garrison went full DIY with sets from Greys, Odonis Odonis, Weaves, Dilly Dally, and The Beverleys.
Over a Vinylz beat, Sean, Drake, and Ye erupt with bars that are facts and facts that are bars.
Ty Segall’s right-hand man returns with another infectious guitar-pop piece that rules indefinitely.
The L.A. producer has previewed his new LP with a track that ties “Electric Wizard to R&B”.
The New York twosome lash out at love and the dudes who dream about ivy league sweaters.
Frank O has finally revealed some new music and beneath the keys and reverb, it’s all the heart could ever want.
The Irish songwriter returns with a Rick Rubin-produced single that places his graphic honesty in a heavier frame.