Best Coast's lead singer and self-described "big witch" on the benefits of moving forward and the hazards of listening to Stevie Nicks in public.
Ever wondered what to listen to before getting onstage in front of hundreds of people? Yola has a playlist for that.
In honor of their new album "Swimmer," the royal couple of shag rug bedroom pop nixes a road trip playlist and gives us songs to sail to.
The musician shares her earliest musical memories and sounds off on Paul Ryan's musical taste.
The Rihanna songwriter and R&B soul singer gives us a bite of her dream playlist.
The Brooklyn band shares some setlists for every occasion, from the studio to the shower.
The Grammy-nominated funk-soul duo talk driving to Nas, crying to Roberta Flack, and doing pretty much everything to George Michael's timeless ballad.
In which the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter-pianist finds us the most underrated Lana Del Rey album and makes Hot Girl Piano Player a thing.
Sulta waxes poetic on Channing Tatum, the skinniest jeans he's ever seen, and what makes a house party scarier than the largest crowds he's ever played to.
We sat down with the English dreamy-indie-pop artist The Japanese House to discuss her favorite music—the sad, the happy, the dinner party-y, the songs they want played at their funeral.
The German electro-folk-pop duo talks great driving albums, good recording studios, and very, very bad karaoke.
In which the soul-singer passes on an album to his son, recalls church choir, and makes it clear that karaoke is a family affair.
The soul singer and U.K. native on driving to Jim Croce, crying to Sufjan Stevens, and skipping his own song on "Big Little Lies."
Her playlist is so hot, it's hurting our feelings.
The Norweigan electro-pop singer gives us her playlist for driving, partying, and crying in your bedroom.
Singer and lead of Alabama Shakes Brittany Howard crafts the ultimate throwback playlist for us through the best decades of music.
The frontman of the dark wave band explains why Fiona Apple makes for bad dinner party music, but Nina Simone makes for great crying-alone-in-your-bedroom music.
The 22-year-old indie popstar pitches Madonna a producing gig and us an epic master playlist.
One-half of the Chicago folk-soul-rock band gives us his master music playlist, from the sad to the stony to the songs he wants played at his funeral.