Why aren't more women becoming music producers?
Halloween came earlyyyyyyy.
Karen Clarkson talks balancing strength and femininity on FKA Twigs' shoulders.
Jimmy Napes worked on huge records with Sam Smith, Disclosure, and Mary J. Blige. Now he's ready for his close-up
Tunji Ige is quietly making hits at a state college in the middle of nowhere.
The NY artist serves up a striking mix of top-of-the-charts pop intuition and artful, giddy experimentation.
Chaz Bundick talks sample sources, Beyoncé and FKA Twigs, trap trends and what's in a name.
Watch a new explosive clip for Chinx's latest banger.
Plus read an interview with the Brooklyn producer who's come a long way since "Harlem Shake."
The legendary producer drops some serious knowledge on Aretha, Ginuwine, and what today's producers can learn from the past.
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.)