by Mara Veitch
The show's title track mixes classical and hip-hop influences, featuring an out-of-tune piano.
by Diablo Cody
Twenty-five years and seven Grammys later, the singer has reimagined her all time classic with the help of some friends.
The Los Angeles–based performer and part-time model teaches us what to play, where to play, and who to play for, all while dressed fabulously.
by Jacob Uitti
Singer and lead of Alabama Shakes Brittany Howard crafts the ultimate throwback playlist for us through the best decades of music.
The Canadian musician and former lead singer of Majical Cloudz tackles some of life's big mysteries.
With Sabet's debut spoken word album "Catalyst," produced by Page, the couple talks how they met, meeting Lou Reed, and paying to produce your own work.
by Mark Burger
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 subversive stars found love in a hopeless place: somewhere between a bleeding stage-crasher and a lactating super-fan.
If it walks like a basic and it drinks like a basic, then it must be Benny Drama.
by Ben Barna
Hip hop’s new princess holds court with the Queen Bee.
The so-called Richard Pryor of hip-hop takes center stage to spill on Jerry Seinfeld's shoe game.