In this week's GEN F, a godly voice from East Detroit braces to ride her runaway hit.
Killa Cam pulls a Lil B.
Calm Down is out tomorrow on Innit Recordings, but you can wrap your ears around the NYC trio's smoky electronic pop now.
"Video Girl" becomes a nightmarish reflection on identity in the digital age, with killer krump moves.
Surviving two days on the road with Iceage.
Which city are you?
Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Adam Horovitz, and more reflect on rap's best rags-to-riches tale.
"16 Albinos In The S.W.A.T.S." is all sun-warmed psychedelia.
It's new Drake to our ears.
Watch a new video from Detroit's DeJ Loaf on the eve of her signing to Columbia.
More catchy, sleazy pop from the bedroom auteur.
Big news! The pioneering trio will release No Cities To Love on Sub Pop in January 2015, and they're going on tour.
Our favorite shit on the internet today.
New friends, old sounds.
This week's Another Country: "It’s easy to play an open-tuned acoustic and sound like John Fahey. You have to fight those influences."—Hayden Pedigo
We're back in NYC next week!
Smack me in the face with an Elliott Smith tape. Bury me in Nick Drake box sets. And play "Old Hope" again.
The angel-voiced Norwegian songwriters reunite with visual artist Guri Dahl.
Check out the lineup for our third and final day.