How Gen Z predicted the rockstar ascent of Miley Cyrus
When Hannah Montana said ‘I might even be a rockstar’ in 2007, that girl meant it. As Miley releases 'Plastic Hearts' we reflect on her evolution.
Introducing Pretty Sick: the NYC rock band here to save us all
Sabrina Fuentes tells us about her band’s new EP, ‘Deep Divine’, what it’s like growing up in the city and how music saved her life.
Wandering anti-rock duo Faux Real are redefining DIY
The Franco-American up-and-comers on their playful performances, hardware store aesthetic and their eponymous debut EP, out today.
Haim: "With therapy and sisterly support, we've been able to get through a lot together"
As they release their latest song 'Hallelujah' this week, we meet the L.A. sisters to chat post-tour depression and the healing power of love.
meet cici valentine, la's pysch rock sensation
Carly Russ is back with a new alter-ego, sound, and fearlessness.
kelsy karter is the aspiring rockstar making music for zayn
Watch the surreal video for her latest single, 'Sad Sad Summer.'
“we’re like a disease” – shame go down and out in paris and london
See what happened when we hit the road with Britain’s most exciting new band.
cults, death and visual kei: the incredible story of japan’s biggest rock band
New documentary We Are X explores the unbelievable true story of X Japan -- the band who challenged a conservative Japanese society, and kickstarted a cultural revolution in the process.
mick rock: the man who shot the 70s
With a new documentary about his life, SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock, we sit down with iconic lensman Mick Rock to talk Ziggy, Iggy and the unbeatable power of rock and roll.
lo-fi grunge rocker shitkid is our latest scandi obsession
Whispering late night diary entries about party crushes on cool kids, we've fallen for Sweden's Åsa Söderqvist.
the she's have rocked san francisco since they were in middle school
When they started making dreamy pop-rock together, they were eleven. A decade later, The She's are still bringing an ever maturing sound to the San Francisco indie music scene.
dave grohl steps in for teen metal band following noise complaints
After a band of British teenagers battled with their local government, the former Nirvana drummer penned a moving letter to the council explaining why their right to rock is important for fostering creativity and self expression.