More brilliant washing-machine music from Matmos!
Notes from Kosovo.
“What Paris Is Burning was to the culture,” ballroom’s go-to DJ says of Sara Jordenö’s new documentary, “I feel this could be that and much more.”
Didn’t they tell you that Rih was a savage?
“A lot of people think Buster is a character, but it’s not really. It’s kind of a conceit.”
Yes, some artists are totally fine with their music being free.
Four Vulture editors argue over Yeezy Season.
Vulture’s music team shares the new acts they think (and hope) you’ll be hearing a lot about this year.
“When I was writing the chapter titles, it was almost like Colonial-era Mad Libs.”
From his big Top of the Pops debut to SNL with Klaus Nomi to his Glastonbury sing-along.
“It’s like climbing out from the bottom of a junk drawer three stories deep, a veritable ascent into maelstrom.”
Sure, Adele and Taylor Swift were 2015’s top sellers, but more crucially, this year saw women in music speaking out — and people starting to listen.
The best of John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
Daniel Ek is one bald dude Lowery would NEVER take bowling.
What will POTUS do next?
“I’m not perfect, but I’m perfectly me.” Problem.
Whoopi Goldberg as Miss Martha is going to be something else.
Taylor Swift exhausted the meaning of #squad this year, and here’s the quiz to prove it.
Don’t get on their bad side.