The rock critic gets in-depth about his new book, Fleetwood Mac, Robert Plant, holograms, and whether classic rock has an expiration date.
The New York artist discusses his EPs, growing up on Madlib and Pharrell, and how a personal epiphany helped him embrace his true self.
The Maryland rockers talk to Leah Beresford about their new self-titled album, connecting with fans, and continuing where they left off.
The singer-songwriter talks about reinventing her sound, learning from Devo, and going a bit off-script with one of the year’s best records.
The Baltimore outfit talk about ‘Wait For Love’, refining their sound (“those drums!”), and the importance of giving yourself time to breathe.
The Scranton punks talk to Leah Beresford about their creative process, growth, and what makes ‘After The Party’ one of the year’s best records.
The ‘Last Podcast’ guys dissect “true crime” and discuss everything — from infamous serial killers to DivaCups to Hatebreed and creepypastas.
The Toronto rockers chat with Rebecca Milner about ‘Late Show’, going on tour with DFA 1979, and being an all-girl group that bites back.
The prince of indie rock talks to Rebecca Milner about everything — including Reddit, Maron, cover songs, and his new record ‘This Old Dog’.
Three albums in, the Louisville outfit are focused on making classic pop-rock that’s polished, chic, and capable of driving off with your girl/mom.
Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher takes a deep dive into the band’s third LP, adulthood, and why it’s worth it to put yourself out there.
The Denver indie-pop duo talk to Leah Beresford about ‘Yours Conditionally’, facing fears, and adding a sense of self to romantic love songs.
Michael Volpe, aka Clams Casino, talked to Sofie Mikhaylova about ’32 Levels’, Lil Yachty, and why it helps to step out of your comfort zone.
AlunaGeorge’s Aluna Francis talks to Rebecca Milner about the duo’s new sophomore album and how they’ve finally found their voice.
Norma Jean’s Cory Brandan opens up about the band’s new album ‘Polar Similar’ and why there’s still value in finding solace through music.
The Gainesville, Florida outfit open up about ‘Smother’, hardcore music, writing in between phases, and why friendships matter in 2016.
The Chicago MC talks to Rebecca Milner about his new project ‘iiiDrops’, SaveMoney, and why he’s currently focused on making “dope shit”.
NYC newcomer Okay Kaya talks with Leah Beresford about facing her fears and why she’s focused on piecing together “a complete album”.
With his career shifting gears, Evan Weiss talks to Marie Rupolo about ‘Standards’ and how it’s the perfect cross stitch of who he’s become.
Toronto rapper Sean Leon talks to Rebecca Milner about ‘Black Sheep Nirvana’, his love for art, and why it’s crucial to find your own lane.
With ‘Promise Everything’ in stores, the UK outfit talk to Leah Beresford about their hiatus, their overall growth, and what the future holds.
The New York songwriter opens up about ‘Cocksure’, personal flaws, and why she needed to make a record that’s “a little on the nose”.
In a short Q&A, Laura Jane Grace and Atom Willard open up about LP #7, the Internet, and why DIY culture should be about collaborations.
The alt-rock duo talk to Rebecca Milner about ‘All Yours’ and how their move to New York’s Hudson Valley helped them find a new direction.
Killer Mike and El-P talk to Rebecca Milner about Run The Jewels fans, tour essentials, and why they’re currently focused on having fun.
Ellie Rowsell talks to Rebecca Milner about ‘My Love Is Cool’, interacting with fans, and why the band are comfortable with being different.
With his solo career shifting gears, Gerard Way talks to Sofie Mikhaylova about ‘Hesitant Alien’, making art, and exploring pop music.
With a new LP set to rip ears aparts, the Toronto punks talk to Marie Rupolo about ‘METZ II’, life on the road, and naturally finding success.
The L.A. producer talks to Marie Rupolo about ‘Dark Red’, past and future collaborations, and how he’ll never stop creating “weird shit”.
The 18-year-old Georgia native is intent on being cathartic and incomparable, even if he has to be an antonym for “mainstream success”.
The Brooklyn songwriter opens up about her growth, pop music as a label, and why it’s so important to be satisfied with the art you make.
Bethany Cosentino talks to Rebecca Milner about ‘California Nights’, haters, and how Best Coast needed a little time to center themselves.
The Toronto-based trio (plus Frank Dukes) talk to Elyse Hill about ‘Sour Soul’, collabs, and the importance of keeping things emotive and real.