yumi zouma is back with a new, unexpected single
'Bruise,' is a banger among the band's catalog of dreamy indie-pop songs.
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still woozy makes intimate, psychedelic pop songs
The Oakland-based artist's debut EP 'Lately' is out today.
soccer mommy on her biggest year yet
From making demos in her dorm room to touring full time, i-D caught up with the 21-year-old musician at Coachella to hear all about her journey.
ellis' new video reminds us of our teenage years
In 'Something Blue,' the Canadian musician takes a nostalgic trip to the mall and reflects on a relationship gone wrong.
jonny pierce is reinventing the drums
How anxiety, depression, self-care, and one crazy love story inspired the band’s fifth album ‘Brutalism,’ out April 5.
worn-tin's new album is full of psychedelic love songs and weird obsessions
The LA-based musician tells i-D all about being class clown, writing 'Cycles,' and his outrageous onstage antics.
an intimate interview with gus dapperton, by his girlfriend
Photographer Jess Farran asks the musician about embracing individuality, becoming ‘Gus,’ and feeling as free-spirited as Peter Pan.
elle teresa is redefining what it means to be a female rapper in japan
Using her femininity as a weapon, she's bringing a fresh perspective to a male-dominated world.
sam gellaitry on scottish clubbing, conspiracy theories, keeping it diy, and fresh escapism
While most aspiring electronic musicians were dreaming of hits in their teenage bedrooms, Sam Gellaitry was in front of his family computer making them reality. As he releases his latest EP with XL Recordings, 'Escapism III,' we take a drive with the...
columbine, the controversial french rap collective, is back with a new video
The collective from Rennes has released the video for ‘Rémi’ from its eagerly anticipated sophomore album.
fatherly advice from the head of awful records
Father really does know best. Here, the ringleader of Atlanta's most exciting crew sounds off about making it independent.
rpm: the platform, label, and live series changing perceptions of indigenous music
Canadian First Nations activist Jarrett Martineau is disrupting the way we think about Native music.