From TikTok dancers to anime epic Akira, the pop provocateur maps out the look of her latest album.
As the Puerto Rican phenom continues to take over the pop universe with his new album YHLQMDLG, he dreams of just kicking back in flip-flops.
The Los Angeles singer-songwriter explains how climate change, absurd comedy, and the Great American Songbook inspired her strangely uplifting new album, Titanic Rising.
Following the release of her latest record, Caution, the pop legend discusses her life and art in this career-spanning interview.
One year after the rapper’s death, a conversation with the person who knew him best.
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus talk about their collaborative new project, the art of not apologizing, and why Idaho is so awesome.
The Los Angeles electro-pop artist talks about her uncomfortably direct lyrics, the activism of simply existing, and her inclusive new album, Us.
The rapper-turned-filmmaker talks about how issues of race, class, and politics play into his surreal new comedy.
Two pillars of brilliantly blunt indie rock from different generations come together to discuss how things change and how they don’t.
The singer-songwriter is still a badass of the highest order.
The indie rock patron saint talks about being afraid of Twitter, cooking carbonara for his kids, and why he considered asking Lorde to sing on his upcoming album, Sparkle Hard.
Tell Me How You Really Feel finds the Australian songwriter doubling down on topics she’d rather avoid.
Karin Dreijer and her creative director discuss the kinky visuals that motivated them while creating the latest incarnation of Fever Ray.
The refreshingly blunt singer talks about dragging her exes in her songs, loving Limp Bizkit as a teen, and expressing the many emotions of black women.
Following a painful heartbreak, the singular musician details the restorative powers of her new album, Utopia.
In one of his final interviews, the late drummer recounts his family’s troubled history and his most formative early life experiences, including the death of a beloved brother.
The studio guru on the difference between satisfaction and perfection, the frustrations of analog tape, and how he hears things the rest of us do not.