Singer-songwriter Puer Kim kicked up a slight controversy among the Korean pop community when she released the video for her song “Manyo Maash” earlier this year.
From overcoming beef from their previous label to changing their band lineup, the misanthropic metal doomsters return with a vengeance and bring their cult fanbase a darker, heavier and more mystical new album in Time to Die.
Although Only Real sounds like the work of a bunch of dudes getting stoned and making music in their parent’s basement — or maybe their surfboard-filled garage in Cali — it's actually the work of Niall...
After 2010's Yeah Ghost, England's downtempo kings of Zero 7 took a timeout. Although they felt there were some “brilliant spots” on the album, stylistically they felt it was all over the place.
First emerging onto the scene some four years ago by quickly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with in battle rap, Professor Green has consistently remained at the top of his game.
You know when you've got a ton of tabs open and all of the sudden there's two songs playing at once? At times, that's what Twerps sounds like. Surprisingly, though, the cacophony actually works in their...
Ranging from terrifying to campy, from avant-garde to bubblegum, from (dare we say it) fierce to fabulous, here's a list of 10 of our favorite queer dance music acts from around the world.
We really don’t know if they’re referring to the doughy kind of masa or the massive -- when you translate the band’s name to English -- but let’s presume the latter. After all, since its inception, MASA is destined for greatness.
Directed by Tim Erem.
From the album Bedstuyle. Directed by Rod Morata & Brooklyn Shanti.
From the album ZABA. Directed by Georgia Hudson.
From the album I Rise. Directed by Ras Kassa.
In the wake of the summer, September brought on a plentiful harvest of thought-provoking videos. As K-pop darling Puer Kim was literally working it, Aussie duo Angus and Julia Stone lingered in play mode for just a little while longer. Meanwhile,...
From the album Tough Love. Directed by David Remi Weekes.
Directed by Isaac Rentz.
Directed by Jim Trebes.