Will Schube speaks with Rassy Bugatti about rapping from prison, skipping court, and the persecution of the Stinc Team.
Sam Ribakoff speaks to the Long Beach synthpunk practitioner about bands making music on Game Boy consoles and his introduction to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Mano Sundaresan speaks to the Maryland video director about growing up as a first-generation American, how struggling in life led him to shooting a music video for a friend, and more.
Kevin Yeung speaks to the Brampton, Ontario artist about releasing a pro-Black anthem on Canada Day and feeling comfortable not fitting into her scene.
Loop Dreams returns as Max Bell speaks to the Van Nuys beatmaker.
Jayson Buford speaks to the Griselda member about a time when he thought he'd never make it out of jail and coming up in East Buffalo.
Samuel Lamontagne interviews the Los Angeles electronic trio about forming after a Busdriver gig and the bond between L.A.'s beat and jazz scenes.
TE P. speaks with one of Detroit's most vivid rap writers about the darkness of his upbringing, not wanting to make turn-up music and what his daughter tells people he does for a living.
Will Schube dig deep with Elucid and Billy Woods about what makes their collaborative efforts so fruitful and the possibility of falling off one day.
Loop Dreams returns as the nomadic Detroit producer talks about finding some of his more unusual sample sources and recording on karaoke machines.