Ruban Nielson Looks for Balance, Wonders Whether He’s Too Honest, and Explains What His New 'Multi-Love' Is Really All About.
For Selector the Tri Angle founder came up with a “mish-mash of things”–songs he's been listening to recently, whether they're rediscoveries or tracks he found in random fashion.
We had a chat with the Norwegian singer-songwriter via phone to talk about the vivid, variant tracks featured on 'Ten Love Songs.'
We spoke to ravers, headliners, Insomniac, Rolling Stone, VICE and others about what electronic music means to them.
For this latest Selector installation, ZZK mastermind/CEO El G highlights some of imprint's most buzz-worthy, remarkable tracks. So help keep the party going.
"Living with less stuff around is really good for your mind. What isn't so good for your mind is two and a half years without vinyl,” says singer/drummer Sebastien Grainger.
The baroque pop Dutchman explains why touring is like purgatory, how some need to confront weirdness, and how most of us share a technologically-caused insomnia.
We spoke to Jo Mersa over the phone about how it's like touring without his father for the first time, how positivity transcends, and about fighting for what deserves to be fought for.
New York-based producer and filmmaker, Hot Sugar, discusses the peculiarities of sound and silence, collaborating with Heems, and starring in his new documentary "Hot Sugar's Cold World."
Pro wrestler and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho recently chatted with us about his personal 13-track rock playlist, featuring a mix of classics and select cuts by his modern metal peers.
The "illegally loud" Massachusetts band discusses lineup changes and their thoughts on getting “wa-a-a-a-a-sted.”
The Swedish quintet on vexing visas, transcending gender, and discovering Wal-Mart 'n' grits on their first US tour.
In his latest album, the innovative Jamaican star bridges history with the present and infuses a multitude of styles into the reggae roster.