Will Hagle
Writer from Champaign in Los Angeles
Will Hagle speaks to Fat Tony about the themes of his new album I Will Make A Baby In This Damn Economy, always repping Houston, Texas, being introduced to punk music and more.
23 years after its release, Will Hagle dives into what makes Deltron 3030's self-titled album so timeless, as it contextualizes the then-present-day by pushing techno-futurism to its wildest outcomes.
Will Hagle connects with Dante Ross to talk his new memoir 'Son of the City,' his unforgiving self-reflection, love of the Cool Kids and Fishbone and more.
Will Hagle puts together a mix consisting of the songs that he's shazammed while out and about so far this year.
On slowthai's latest album, UGLY, the British emcee proves his previous message on Nothing Great About Britain to be true; nothing can last and if you don’t move forward, you’re stuck in the past.
In this interview conducted during the writing process of his forthcoming 33 1/3 book on Madvillainy, Will Hagle speaks to photographer B+ about the duo's friendship, Madlib's trip to Brazil and more.
On his latest, Chris Crack offers a reimagination of steppers music for the modern generation, conveyed through a futuristic recontextualization of Drake.
A little over a year after his tragic passing, Young Dolph is immortalized with his new posthumous project that showcases evidence of stylistic evolution.
Bonnie Raitt has shared her blend of blues, folk, and rock-which spans the full spectrum of unabashed Americana-since her 1971 debut. We should celebrate her while she's still here, Will Hagle writes.
On his first four albums, Nosaj Thing communicated mostly through instrumentals. 'Continua' is a communication between artistic forms that can’t be translated into logical language.