how muna finally figured their shit out
With their second album ‘Saves the World’, the LA trio looked inward as a way to solve the planet’s woes.
charli xcx’s new album is coming
'Charli' is her most personal work yet and and it includes some mega features.
prince of the lagos alté scene, santi talks us through his debut album
This is ‘Mandy & The Jungle’ – track-by-track.
why you should listen to ariana grande's new album, 'thank u, next'
Gazing on at her gracious acceptance of tragedy and loss, we’ve all been left wondering… is Ariana actually okay? Turns out, this is her therapy.
david lachapelle explains why amanda lepore was edited off travis scott's album
The photographer chimed in on the transphobia controversy surrounding 'Astroworld.'
this photographer has traveled with beyoncé from louisiana to the louvre
During his last trip to Paris, Robin Harper captured an intimate moment between two dancers that ended up as The Carters' 'Everything Is Love' album cover.
chastity's searing noise music speaks to youth on the fringes
On his urgent new album 'Death Lust,' Brandon Williams sings about police brutality and growing up on society's periphery.
ssion rejoices in unfiltered, in-your-face queerness
Collaborating with industry heavy-hitters like Sky Ferreira and Ariel Pink, the DIY veteran is catapulting into the pop mainstream.
gang gang dance is back and the timing couldn't be better
On 'Kazuashita,' NYC's beloved avant-garde noisemakers blend transcendent soundscapes with very real references to 2018 America.
sophie’s debut album will go down in history as a revolutionary record
'Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides' orbits the eclectic sounds Sophie has developed over the past five years with power and efficacy.
frances bean cobain teased more music (and a possible album)
FBC's gorgeous new original is more Nina Simone than Nirvana.
lily allen’s new album signifies a millennial coming of age
The noughties icon represents a time of 'Skins,' Kate Nash, youthful carelessness and no responsibilities. So does her new album, 'No Shame,' mark the end of our innocence?