Michael McKinney speaks to Anthony Child and Jochem Paap of Multiples about their recent debut album as a duo, embracing tension, the magic of improvisation and more.
Brittany Menjivar dives into the chaotic world of elusive hyperpop artist Ayesha Erotica, who evokes the feeling of casting aside shame while embracing hope.
Nearing a decade since Live from the Dentist Office, RiTchie strikes out on his own with his latest solo offering, Triple Digits [112].
Harley Geffner delivers the latest edition of The Rap-Up, featuring Chief Keef's long-awaited Almighty So 2, new Nino Paid, AK Bandamont and more.
Peter Holslin pays tribute to Steven Albini, the storied indie producer and artist.
The back-and-forth with Drake has been a brutalist beef, and there is still an uncomfortable public reckoning. But on “Not Like Us”, everything briefly ties together, in the name of California.
Donny Morrison delivers the newest Rap-Up, highlighting recent heat from ALLBLACK, EBK Jaaybo, Deniro Farrar and more.
Michael McKinney highlights some of the best DJ sets from the past month for the latest edition of Slam on the CDJ – featuring DJ Plead, INVT, Matthew Kent and more.
Despite recent reports that Coachella is on the decline, Pranav Trewn reports live for the latest edition of his We Outside column, suggesting we should still be grateful for the festival and the moments it creates.
Jaap van der Doelen speaks to Daan and Luuk van den Brink about how they're using sampling to breathe new life in the treasured lore of their hometown Nijmegen, the Netherlands.