Mariachi El Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran reflects his split roles as a mariachi singer and metal buff in this diverse new Selector.
Vocalist/guitarist Damian Abraham compiles a Chinese horoscope-inspired playlist.
In collaboration with exec producer/rapper Nas, filmmaker Adam Sjöberg candidly discusses how global youth from developing countries are thriving via hip-hop culture.
A newly more "accessible" Jenny Hval thinks big about feminism, religion, sex, and gender on 'Apocalypse, girl.'
It’s impossible to imagine the Russian music scene without this tall blonde Ukrainian. He became an overnight sensation in 2011 with surprisingly fresh and catchy pop.
"It feels like our ancestors all had a cup of tea and tied us all together," says Xavier Rudd of his recent band with the United Nations.
The Japanese artist behind BABYMETAL albums shares the screamo tracks that helped mold the most popular kawaii metal outfit today.
An interview with Doble Filo's frontman, Edgaro González describes the "historic" and "life changing" moment when Questlove brought the funk to Cuba.
The forest clan of Finland is back with esoteric tales and a mystical new album, 'Noita.'
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.