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Interview

Q&A: Moses Sumney Delves Into Solitude His Own Way On Aromanticism

Nothing about Moses Sumney is ordinary. When you set out to solve for x in the equation of two strict Ghanaian parents who also happen…
Collin Robinson | September 19, 2017 - 2:50 pm

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Q&A: Zola Jesus On Living In The Wilderness, Making Bangers, And Learning To Let Go

There may be better places to see Zola Jesus than a desiccated upstate New York factory full of intense-looking art-goths, but there probably are not…
Tom Breihan | September 19, 2017 - 9:25 am

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Artist To Watch: Mikko Joensuu

Ask almost any musician and you’ll get the same answer: Making albums is hard work. From the creative side, wrangling the abstract forms and ideas…
Ryan Leas | September 18, 2017 - 2:59 pm

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Q&A: Chris Hillman On Working With Tom Petty, Reappraising The Byrds, & Touring In His 70s

Chris Hillman bought his first smartphone just a few months ago. "I didn't want one," he admits. "I had a flip-top phone and that was…
Stephen Deusner | September 15, 2017 - 12:39 pm

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Q&A: Metric’s Emily Haines Talks Redefining Rock ‘N’ Roll, Overcoming Insecurity, And Her New Solo Album

Emily Haines has been releasing music for 21 years, stretching her ineffably gorgeous songwriting across a variety of genres from synth-pop to raw acoustic instrumentation.
Margaret Farrell | September 14, 2017 - 11:21 am

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Looking Back At The Internet’s First Major Digital Single 20 Years Later

Twenty years ago this month, in September of 1997, Capitol Records became the first major label to sell and digitally distribute a single from a
Brett Atwood / Billboard | September 13, 2017 - 4:13 pm

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In Conversation: Alison Goldfrapp & New Order’s Gillian Gilbert

Next Monday, a unique double-header is coming to LA's Hollywood Bowl: New Order and Goldfrapp. The pairing is an interesting one, New Order being legends…
Ryan Leas | September 13, 2017 - 4:01 pm

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Mims Talks “This Is Why I’m Hot” 10 Years Later And Why He Left Rap Behind To Pursue Technology

Welcome to the third installment of "Tracking Down," a new Stereogum franchise in which we talk to artists who have been out of the spotlight
Dan Weiss | September 13, 2017 - 2:45 pm

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At Home With The Lemon Twigs

There are streets like this all over America. Broad boulevards lined with roadside diners, fast-food outposts that haven’t been updated since the ‘80s, small stores…
Ryan Leas | September 12, 2017 - 10:01 am

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Q&A: Wand’s Cory Hanson Talks Rebooting The Band For Their Impressive New Album Plum

With three rapid-fire albums in just 14 months throughout 2014 and 2015, high-octane garage-psych combo Wand established themselves as one of the most prolific bands…
Chris DeVille | September 6, 2017 - 9:23 am

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DIIV’s Zachary Cole Smith Talks Addiction, Sobriety, & His Breakup With Sky Ferreira

A silver van with California plates has just pulled up outside Brooklyn's Murmrr Theatre, off Prospect Park's Grand Army Plaza, and behind the wheel is…
John Norris / Billboard | August 29, 2017 - 7:10 pm

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Q&A: Tori Amos On The ’90s Revival, Missing Prince, And Whether Humanity Is Doomed

Pig-headed masculinity run amok? America in spiritual crisis? A dying Earth? This sounds like a job for Tori Amos!
Michael Tedder | August 29, 2017 - 11:05 am

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The Land Of Tempered Expectations: Alvvays On Antisocialites, Despondence, And Being A Rock Band in 2017

Molly Rankin and Alec O'Hanley -- the songwriting duo at the core of Toronto-based indie-pop band Alvvays -- look a bit drained as they both…
Ryan Leas | August 28, 2017 - 3:15 pm

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Q&A: The Cool Kids Feel Like Rap-Game Ben Simmons On Special Edition Grand Master Deluxe

The Cool Kids are a decade deep in the game but they feel like rookies again. To compare them to the new wave of rookies…
Collin Robinson | August 28, 2017 - 12:33 pm

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Last Of The Multi-Platinum Post-Grunge Bands: Creed Talk My Own Prison At 20

The US record industry was doing numbers in the late 1990s that seem incomprehensible now. The year 2000 was the all-time peak, with 785 million…
Phil Freeman | August 25, 2017 - 11:46 am
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