Isaac Fontes connects with the Detroit duo to talk about their come-up, their favorite cartoons, what Detroit is really like 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.
Chris Daly speaks to Chris Alfaro, aka Free the Robots about moving to the Philippines, his inspirations, his Filipino roots and more.
Dash Lewis connects with Quelle Chris to talk his new album 'DEATHFAME,' his deep discography, touring during the perpetual waves of COVID and more.
Ross Olson speaks to the indie rock quartet about what exactly the city of Enumclaw is known for, learning instruments, how they're feeling before releasing their debut album and more.
At the intersection of artists like Lil B, RIFF RAFF, Kitty Pryde, A$AP Rocky and their rejection of established conventions was a common denominator: beautiful lou.
They may not be related by blood, but Oakland's own 1100 Himself and Mitchell promise you that their music is a family affair.