We spoke to the L.A. rapper about lyrics that deal with everyday racism and dive bars, his podcast and his history with Hannibal Buress.
Atari Teenage Riot founder Alec Empire talks about a fairer future for the music industry.
We spoke to the local MC about going off hip hop’s script with rhymes about poverty, DIY methods and a style of dance that street cred forgot.
We spoke to the music legend about covering the classics on his band’s new EP and what it felt like to put Misfits make-up on again.
We spoke to the influential Scottish duo about working/sparring together as exes, the impact of Nirvana fans on their career and comeback, & what Kurt was really like.
With eclectic influences, powerful songcraft and a soft touch, this Montreal band wrestles alt-folk from a legion of bearded banjo bros.
The jazz/Motown roots, classic records, coastal feud, beef with Jay Z and internal tension behind the NYC rap legends.
We spoke to the Baltimore synth-pop band about their kinetic energy, swooning instrumentation and triumphant rise on music lovers’ radars.
Ahead of their performance this weekend at Heavy Montreal, we spoke to the frontman for the Toronto hardcore band about losing his straight edge.
Rapper/producer Oddisee hails from the mean streets of D.C., but his Sudanese roots instilled in him an alternative view of hip hop culture.