The Toronto-based trio (plus Frank Dukes) talk to Elyse Hill about ‘Sour Soul’, collabs, and the importance of keeping things emotive and real.
In our year end Cover Story, Compton’s Schoolboy Q talks to Rebecca Milner about his habits, Oxymoron’s success, and what’s to come in 2015.
Pushing his own piece of Chicago, the 23-year-old talks to Rebecca Milner about his upbringing, ginger ale, Outkast, and his new tape The Water[s].
The former Thursday frontman talks to Marie Rupolo about his new projects (United Nations, No Devotion), his goals, and why society “needs” art.
With Get Hurt ready to hit shelves, the New Jersey rockers talk to Marie Rupolo about their fifth LP, Prince, and reinventing themselves.
A true creative, Tom Krell talks to Elyse Hill about his body of work, his artistic visions, and his forthcoming effort “What Is This Heart?”.
Vocalist Keith Buckley talks to Leah Beresford about Every Time I Die’s intentions, their new LP, “Game Of Thrones”, and creating “honest music”.
In the midst of moving past her major debut Dirty Gold, the 22-year-old MC talks to Leah Beresford about hit singles, evolving, and being an “artist”.
On the heels of their new LP, frontman Dylan Baldi opens up about growth spurts, working with Wavves, and how low points help develop highs.
Guitarist Tom May talks to Leah Beresford about punk fans, Rented World being a new project, and why The Menzingers aren’t underdogs anymore.
We go one-on-two with Ders and Blake to talk about Season 4, pranks, Chief Keef, and how it’s easy to mistake Prince for an impersonator.
Frontman Sam Carter talks to Leah Beresford about living in the studio, the band’s need to be outspoken, and their “no gimmicks, no bullshit” attitude.