Steven Louis speaks with the West Coast legends behind Chupacapbra, and learns how the duo inadvertently made a modern-day L.A. classic.
Staley Sharples speaks to Ishmael Butler of Shabazz Palaces about the loss of originality among creatives, their latest album Exotic Birds of Prey, wanting to pursue filmmaking and more.
In celebration of 25 years of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' iconic 1999 album Californication, Peter Holslin dives into how it still holds a grip on the modern Californian psyche.
The latest edition of The Rap-Up is delivered by Harley Geffner, rounding up new heat from Wizz Havinn, RealYungPhil, Myaap and more.
Greek popstar Marina Satti's latest "Mixtape" is a culmination of the Mediterranean's music becoming a fusion of sonic sensibilities after peoples migrated and political realities shifted, Leonel writes.
Will Hagle experiences Dead & Company perform at The Sphere in Las Vegas – the perfect band for this type of venue, who's a nostalgia act that transcends generations while lending themselves to psychedelic imagery.
The latest edition of The Rap-Up arrives via Donald Morrison – highlighting new tracks from Detroit via Sada Baby, Veeze, LOM Rudy & Allstar JR, plus the latest from LA supergroup CUZZOS.
Featuring brand new sets from Akanbi, Boo Lean, Woody92 and others, Michael McKinney delivers the latest instalment of Slam on the CDJ.
Olivier Lafontant speaks to Mutant Academy emcees Fly Anakin, Big Kahuna OG & Henny L.O. about the process of forming a collective, their first joint LP Talk Soon, locking themselves in the studio and more.
Douglas Martin's Dirty Shoes column returns to deliver 5 chapters diving into the lore and mythology of the Japanese rockstars Les Rallizes Dénudés.