For the video release of their song “Too High,” three Fairfax-bred amigos—Leven Kali, Buddy, and Na-Kel Smith—smoked some blunts and discussed everything from slaying dragons to hibachi trucks on Hollywood.
The disco documentarian waxes nostalgic about his first time hearing Donna Summer’s club classic following the reissue of his memoir, "The Disco Files."
The producer talks the homogenization of the internet, kitsch power-pop songs, and reissuing his Vaporwave classic, "Chuck Persons Eccojams Vol 1."
Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zekey on the evolution of rap and their beloved city.
by Lil Yachty
Lil Yachty gets face-to-face with Billie Eilish, queen of the you-can’t-sit-with-us generation.
The Harlem-born rapper drops a pin on his childhood haunts and earliest adventures outside the projects.
by Lena Dunham
The singer talks with Lena Dunham about her long road back to the stage with her latest album 'Honey.'
As her stage name implies, Mikaela Straus, otherwise known as King Princess, is a study in contradiction: a songwriter who mines the history of classic rock and a Twitter virtuoso fluent in the evolving language of now. On a break from recording her debut album, the 19-year-old took a few moments to explain the internet to her friend and collaborator Mark Ronson.
The producer and songwriter behind Blood Orange explores the lyrics to “Jewelry,” a song from his fourth album, Negro Swan.
by Will Schube
The Brooklyn band are having a blast on their sixth record Wide Awake!