The quick-witted Ghanaian rapper is living proof that Africa is next to break into mainstream hip-hop.
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From gypsies to drum and bass-loving rockers, Sziget festival gave us a delicious scoop on what Hungarian music sounds like today.
Let’s get one thing straight; taking shots at FYF Festival is not unlike Banksy’s dystopian Disneyland. Over my two days spent at the Los Angeles Festival, I saw plenty...
From big stage belters to iconic artists to Finnish newbies, here are a few of our favorite moments from our time in Helsinki.
From icons like Morrissey to emerging artist Melody's Echo Chamber check out our gallery of top performers after the jump.
The California trio's debut album harkens back to hazier days
Last weekend Finland hosted Flow Festival, a celebration of mainstream talent, indie favorites, iconic favorites, and the home team, staged in the area around Helsinki's...
On her eighth studio album, the beloved, global Latin star explores her internal feelings and Mexico’s political, social strife.
Fifteen years after their last release, Red Sleeping Beauty returns with new single, “Always”.
We caught up with the Japanese rockers at Fuji Rock Festival where they discuss the band's fateful formation and their love of cheap American 7/11 pizza.
Dasha Luks is quite a rare bird on the Russian indie scene—no wonder we’ve been paying a great deal of attention to Moscow’s DIY synthpop diva for several years now.
A few month ago, Argentine label ZZK celebrated the life of the legendary Bolivian singer Luzmila Carpio.
Since it’s incredibly rare that any event gets it so right, I’ll give the first words of this recap to OFF Festival founder Artur Rojek.
The Persian iconoclast is fighting for Iranian LGBTQ rights, a radical queer underground, and discusses being on 'America's Got Talent'
Check out photos of Patti Smith, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Susanne Sundfør and more after the break.
The Argentine singer on inspiration, reclaiming her identity, and the healing power of music.
From Föllakzoid's neo-Krautrock vibes to The Holy Drug's dreamy art-rock tunes, lend your ears to the seven acts reinvigorating the South American psych-rock scene.
There’s a lot of “her” and a lot of “heart” on Another One, the new “mini-LP” (too many tracks for an EP, too few for an album) from one of indie rock’s most affable...
The Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival (formerly, and still colloquially, Caribana) regularly clocks in as the largest street festival in North America, bringing over a...
When the six-piece Gacharic Spin travels to San Francisco’s J-Pop Summit this coming weekend, it won’t be the rock group’s first international jaunt.