Why aren't more women becoming music producers?
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Karen Clarkson talks balancing strength and femininity on FKA Twigs' shoulders.
Tunji Ige is quietly making hits at a state college in the middle of nowhere.
Atlanta's top-tier producer is juggling Young Thug tapes, solo albums, and more—we've got our download fingers ready
Chaz Bundick talks sample sources, Beyoncé and FKA Twigs, trap trends and what's in a name.
Jimmy Napes worked on huge records with Sam Smith, Disclosure, and Mary J. Blige. Now he's ready for his close-up
According to Hit-Boy, Vinylz, Young Chop, and seven more working pros.
The NY artist serves up a striking mix of top-of-the-charts pop intuition and artful, giddy experimentation.
Meet Laur Joamets, Sturgill Simpson's razor-sharp axeman, in his first-ever English interview.
Read an extended interview with country music's leading outlaw. Topics include: Nashville bigwigs, DMT, undercover cops, lizard aliens and a whole lot more.
The country singer and GEN F alum stops by The Late Show.
One of the greatest country songs of the year started off as a new wave ’80s hit. Who woulda thought? Sturgill Simpson kills it, in any case.
Country music goes back to the future with Sturgill Simpson.
Essay: How liking Kacey Musgraves made me like other country artists more. (Such as: Sturgill Simpson, Brandy Clark and Robbie Fulks.)