Matt Mullen

Rocker TOMI makes anthems to dance and cry to

May 17, 2018

On her new EP, the 28-year-old channels powerful female vocalists of the ’80s—all while staying true to herself.

The gleeful grunge stylings of youthful rockers Skating Polly

May 4, 2018

We’re premiering a new video from their fifth full-length, out today.

The star: Hailey Kilgore

May 1, 2018

The 18-year-old actress was plucked out of obscurity to lead the cast of Once on This Island, in a Tony-nominated performance.

The scene-stealer: Ashley Park

May 1, 2018

The Tony-nominated, 26-year-old actress takes a career-defining turn as Gretchen Weiners in the Mean Girls musical.

The crossover: Nathan Stewart-Jarrett

May 1, 2018

Following some time spent pursuing TV, the 32-year-old actor returns to the stage as Belize in Tony Kushner’s magnum opus Angels in America.

Maude Apatow knows why we’re obsessed with teen culture

April 27, 2018

The 20-year-old actress moves beyond her quirky cachet—and her father’s film universe—and finds herself anew.

James Scully, star of the new Heathers remake, awaits the dark promise of fame

April 25, 2018

“I feel like I have my before-Heathers life and then I’ll have my after-Heathers life,” the 26-year-old actor says. “And right now I’m in the middle.”

Porches bassist Maya Laner makes her own chill alt synth pop as True Blue

April 18, 2018

She explores different facets of her identity on the enchanting solo project.

The Rider is an early contender for best film of 2018

April 13, 2018

Director Chloe Zhao’s searing film about dashed dreams and heartbreak in the Wild West is the most interesting film you’ll see this year.

U.S. Girls’ mastermind Meghan Remy shows us her camera roll

April 10, 2018

Sift through snapshots from the multifaceted musician’s travels across America.

Call Me By Your Name screenwriter James Ivory hoped for full-frontal nudity

March 28, 2018

The 89-year-old screenwriter revealed in a new interview that he wished the film’s two main stars offered a bit, ahem, more…

Four of this spring’s most exciting memoirs

March 21, 2018

The newest memoirs from larger-than-life artists and personalities, including Laurie Anderson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Duncan Hannah.

Defiant rapper Tommy Genesis is insatiable and completely in control

March 14, 2018

The Canadian star doesn’t want to be pinned down by our assumptions—she wants to challenge them.

The must-see art at NADA New York 2018

March 9, 2018

We pick 10 outstanding works from NADA New York, the art fair unlike any other.

The playfully troubled art of Amy Sillman

January 25, 2018

The cultishly beloved abstract artist opens a new show of “mostly” drawings at Gladstone Gallery.

Post-hardcore icons Glassjaw answer our Warholian questionnaire (sort of)

January 10, 2018

The unflinching, uncompromising, and influential post-hardcore band answers some questions from the writings of Andy Warhol, and talks about their first album in 15 years.

The artist duo who found a way to frame light

December 12, 2017

Hovver—made up of friends Katherine Brice and Chris Lunney—builds mind-bending refracted light installations that awaken our sense of childlike wonder.

The laser and holography expert challenging the limits of light

December 12, 2017

Matthew Schreiber’s dizzyingly complex laser works draw inspiration from the world of science fiction.

The designer using data to tackle mass incarceration

December 12, 2017

Ekene Ijeoma’s layered and socially focused work turns dense data into digestible art.

Jen Noone uses art as a criticism on consumer culture

December 8, 2017

The 32-year-old artist’s work investigates consumer beauty culture, in beautifully jarring and unexpected ways.