by Megan Pope
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.
by Jacob Uitti
We caught up with the infamous raconteur to ask his thoughts on a myriad display of semi-random topics, from Donald Trump to Disney+.
by Karl Ortegon
With the release of their second album, one-half of the masked duo spills the juice.
A Tale of Two Grimes: The Enigmatic Pop Star in Conversation with Both Lana Del Rey and Brit Marling
by Lana Del Rey and Brit Marling
Grimes spoke with her friends about forgiveness, building worlds, and the mythology of her new album, "Miss_Anthropocene."
The German musician gives us something of a holiday gift guide for the anti-consumerist.
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.
by Mark Burger
Who else can pull RuPaul, Elton John, and all the Muppets into a Thanksgiving TV special for no reason other than why not?
by Ben Barna
"Knives Out" director Rian Johnson knows most things about moviemaking. Providing the score is not one of them. His cousin and collaborator Nathan Johnson fills him in.
Amber Bain of The Japanese House is Listening to Caroline Polachek, ABBA, and the BBC News Theme Song
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.
Before Whitney covered 'I Will Always Love You', Elvis wanted it, and Dolly wouldn't give it to him.
by Mara Veitch
The pair discuss human-alien relations, censorship, and Lee Harvey Oswald.
Having worked with the likes of Usher and Tyler, the Creator, the R&B singer is taking her story in her own hands.
by Vic Mensa
The rapper and artist sit down to discuss their influences, starting from Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood and ending with a revelatory ayahuasca trip.