experience american artist sunni colon’s mood-enhancing musical therapy
The singer-songwriter’s funky new EP ‘Satin Psicodelic’ is silky smooth. Watch the accompanying visual exclusively here.
meet cola boyy, california’s immigration activist who’s resurrecting disco
Boogie on down!
courtney barnett wrote a song about your crippling self-doubt and general lack of confidence
The ultimate 2018 soundtrack.
how snail mail made the slow-burning rock album of summer
"I don’t want the faux girl power. I don’t want my sexuality to be used as a gimmick." Lindsey Jordan walks us through her dazzling debut album, Lush.
finn wolfhard's band calpurnia wish they could’ve soundtracked juno
Not just ‘that Stranger Things band’ -- they’re four super talented young musicians with a world of potential and a banging new song.
trippie redd on collaborating with his uber driver and what he would’ve named kylie jenner’s baby
We caught up with rap’s 18-year-old video game-obsessed boy wonder.
wiki is calm, settled, and ready to lead the next generation of new york voices
In the midst of a tour down under, Wiki talks his old spot in Chinatown, linking with Skepta, and the genius of DJ Lucas.
charli xcx is sounding more and more like the future of pop
Charli XCX tells us all about 'Pop 2' -- a title you can thank Tommy Cash for, by the way.
pinky pinky are the rising queens of l.a. garage rock
The California three-piece premieres "Hot Tears," the dreamy lead single from their upcoming sophomore EP.
karaoke, suburbia, and pop singles: this is kira puru
Meet the face behind the pop song you're about to get stuck in your head.
samantha urbani makes pop music for the broken but hopeful
Her new EP, "Policies of Power," turns bleakness into resolve via powerful 90s pop rhythms.
brian hill and his noh starrs are reviving nyc’s no-wave scene
Meet the blue-haired ringleader of New York's coolest music experiment.
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