Staley Sharples speaks to Mura Masa about moodboards, experimenting with sound, the Y2K aesthetic and much more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to the Atlanta rapper/producer about pulling off the sequel to ‘Young Hot Ebony’, returning to his roots, and taking care of himself in the face of exterior pressure.
Jordan Ranft speaks to William Crooks about coming up on SoundCloud, the complexities surrounding "hyper-pop," how gardening may have made him a better artist and more.
The rising Baton Rouge rapper fresh off new projects in 'To A Dark Boy' and his 'Flashbacks' EP joins writer Louis Pavlakos to talk family, mortality, maintaining hope and more.
Jitwam has built a career upon folding idioms into each other, creating something that feels bracingly new along the way, Michael McKinney writes.
Ethan Herlock speaks to Jawnino about squat raves, subconscious references in his music, blending different styles together to make his own and more.
Sam Ribakoff speaks to the jazz drummer about the importance of performing live, finding Katalyst's unique sound, their new album for Jazz Is Dead and more.
Will Dukes speaks to Ysr Gramz about growing up in Beecher, his humor, being inspired by Gucci Mane and more.
Abe Beam links with Trey Smith for a questionnaire to address a variety of important topics ranging from how to interview rappers without being a weirdo, living in the Redwall universe and much more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to CEO Trayle about coping with trauma, the cons of going viral, his son's impact on his life and more.