“Neil Young’s another one. I didn’t really know, going in, that he doesn’t like doing interviews … That started off pretty dicey.”
Sure, okay: Crazy Town played a tiny Brooklyn venue for some reason.
Her success story is indicative of the ways in which chart success is measured circa 2019.
“I remember thinking she was the penultimate [alternative] chick … I just wanted to be her so badly.”
Nonactors ranging from Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton to Frank Zappa and Justin Bieber have all had their shot at hosting. Why not Halsey?
Ariana Grande vs. Taylor Swift! Childish Gambino vs. Joyner Lucas! Drake vs. Drake!
“I regret everything. I don’t trust people who don’t regret things. Where to even get started with regret?”
It’s an unmistakable apex for a pop-rock band that’s survived myriad shifts in both genres, and seems like a precipice moment in their career.
They haven’t released an album in years, but their influence looms large.
You might know him for his piano jams, but he’s got a lot of weird and brilliant stuff floating around out there.
What this year’s lineups tell us about the future of the music festival.
The beginning of the ’00s offered multiple moments of major shifts in indie music, but this decade has been significantly murkier.
How two bands became consumed with confronting and questioning the regular horrors of everyday society.
After he left One Direction, Zayn Malik seemed like he was gearing up for a major solo career … and then it didn’t really work. What happened?
From the time that it was invented by some math guy to its liberal application by Kanye West, Auto-Tune has had a long and weird past.
He was hungies for success, and success was hungies for him.
Why do we care so much about what Grimes does?
Photos of Grimes and Elon Musk at the pumpkin patch not included.
How to navigate their already-kind-of-overwhelming catalogue.
From Valley’s Pizza Land to a surprisingly heartwarming gas-station scheme.