On 'To Operate This System,' each member’s contributions burst through the mix like individual rays of light.
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.
On 'To What End,' Oddisee asks how far we’re willing to go to chase our dreams and reckons with what reality might have been like if he didn’t take a step back to recontextualize how his career fit into his life.
Chris Daly connects with Son Lux, the collective behind one of the year's best soundtracks to one of the year's best movies.
'2 Slizzy 2 Sexy' is a manifestation of Cash Cobain's alter ego, an unmercifully horny, straight-shooting lothario wrapping lyrical gems within eight-bar loops, Staley Sharples writes.
Ross Olson connects with Nick Hakim to talk about about collaboration, reflecting on early creative works, being inspired by dreams, and his latest album, 'Cometa.'
On 'Burnished Sums,' YUNGMORPHEUS displays his chameleon-like ability to match the sonic backdrop of his collaborators while holding onto his own distinct voice.
Over a half-century after his career began, Field’s raspy, aching voice remains well-preserved on his new album 'Sentimental Fool,' Liz Sánchez writes.
AKAI has always been around–close to the boiling point of New York’s elite tier of DIY rap, but never with the opportunity to flex his muscles as a solo star... until now, Will Schube writes.
On 'King Cobra,' Brian Ennals and Infinity Knives craft an album that you can move to, as long as you’ll never be tip-toeing for no pigs.