The singer-songwriter on finding the past in the present, wrestling between depression and resiliency, and chasing a kind of sublime austerity with her first new album in six years.
All of the secrets behind director Jonathan Glazer’s iconic clip starring a killer car, a terrified man, and a great ball of fire.
To make his new album as the Range, James Hinton scoured YouTube’s deepest corners to find webcam randos to sample in his tracks. But rather than searching for a superstar, Hinton was chasing something just as elusive: human connection.
Best known as the musical engine behind Vampire Weekend, Rostam Batmanglij has become a go-to producer and songwriter, working with the likes of Carly Rae Jepsen and Charli XCX. Following the release of a new solo single, he talks to Ryan Dombal about where he's taking his sound next.
Ryan Dombal gives the oracle of soul a call to talk about her stunning recent duet with André 3000, reaching out to a new generation, and her volunteer work helping people come to terms with death.
Even in an era when everybody likes everything, Floating Points’ omnivorous combination of jazz, classical, soul, and electronic styles feels unique. After building up a lofty rep among London’s dance community over the last six years, the producer is finally releasing his debut album. By Ryan Dombal.
With his long-awaited follow-up to Kaputt due out this summer, Destroyer mastermind Dan Bejar talks to Ryan Dombal about embracing furious mysticism, pretending Taylor Swift does not exist, and the Rat Pack-via-modern classical sounds of the new LP.
With festival season upon us once again, we asked more than 30 artists—including ?uestlove, Jessie Ware, A$AP Ferg, and Speedy Ortiz—to tell us their greatest and/or most ridiculous summer fest stories.