The reggae powerhouse discusses growing up within the powerful orb of his late, great father's musical and paternal presence, and how he maintains a strong relationship with his own son, Jo Mersa.
We chatted with Suárez over the phone about the acoustic origins of the album, becoming a cat lady, life as a rockstar (while living with her mom), and her friendship with Iggy Pop.
We speak with Talib Kweli about his newest album F*** the Money, his song inclusion on President Barack Obama's Summer Playlist, and being buddies with Amy Schumer.
On her eighth studio album, the beloved, global Latin star explores her internal feelings and Mexico’s political, social strife.
The Persian iconoclast is fighting for Iranian LGBTQ rights, a radical queer underground, and discusses being on 'America's Got Talent'
The Argentine singer on inspiration, reclaiming her identity, and the healing power of music.
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 gentlemen, Mac DeMarco.
Mixing traditional Afro-Colombian beats with modern electronic music, 'El Mismo' brings together the world of the past with the sound of today.
“Classics can be a very personal thing,” MK says in our latest selector. “But I will do my best (four out of six might even be mine).”
From his punk rock beginnings in Suicidal Tendencies to his jazzy solo endeavor as Thundercat, Stephen Bruner doesn't shy away from difference.
The Chilean duo takes the US by storm with its first North American tour. Milton Mahan and Mariana Montenegro discuss writing about love and their upcoming record.
Matt Mondanile, the brainchild behind Ducktails, reveals the romance and heartache that inspired his newest album 'St. Catherine,' and why he refuses the "nostalgic" tag.
From teenage rebellion, to their stunning slate of tour mates, to those long bus rides between gigs, here’s some of the music that’s stuck with them along the way.