Steven Louis checks in with the rising West Coast star to discuss self-trained musicianship, the science of popularity and the lonely glow of that computer screen.
Oumar Saleh speaks to the legendary sibling producer duo about their upcoming album Stifled Creativity, what they've learned after being in the game for 30 years, nearly getting to work with 2Pac and more.
Mike Giegerich speaks to the vocalist/multi-instrumentalist about the intimate writing across her new album Peacemaker, its expansive dreamlike scope, all of her songs holding many different emotions and more.
Will Schube speaks to each member of the new trio, getting each to share three albums that reflect the spirit of their new free jazz LP Speak, Moment.
Jack Riedy speaks to the storied Disco/Dance DJ about his 1979 Sly Stone remix album arriving to DSPs, inspiring the creation of Off the Wall, almost signing Madonna and more.
Wolfgang Mowrey speaks to the versatile guitarist about exploring country sounds on his latest LP Early Life Forms, the creative process of improvisation with his band Bombataz and more.
Jackson Dianni speaks to the UK-based electronic duo about their new album Arseholes, Liars and Electronic Pioneers being made to be played at festivals, being introduced to Acid House and more.
Will Schube speaks to the Bruiser Brigade artist about coming up from a landscaper to a rapper, setting out to be vulnerable on his new album My Story Got Stories, the wisdom that's gone into each of his projects and more.
In honor of the release of Four Tet's latest album, "Three," a re-upping of a previously unavailable interview from 2010.
Eric Diep speaks to the Orlando rapper about splitting from his former nine-person collective seeyousoon, God being his biggest influence, his new album feast, by ravens and more.