How Third Man Pressing is perfecting the art of the LP in Detroit
"I like what the ACLU stands for," says EDM star. "It's not necessarily anti-Trump. It fights for everyone’s liberties"
"It's creating that much more dangerous of an environment for transgender students," Against Me! singer says
"I wear T-shirts when I'm out and about sometimes," singer-rapper says. "I don't sleep in a three-piece suit"
Frontman Matt Korvette on how Lydia Lunch, author Lindsay Hunter helped shape 'Why Love Now,' the band's latest thesis on American manhood
"I've only ever written about one thing in my life, which is the fact that we as human beings have a responsibility to one another," singer says
Saxophonist's groundbreaking duo LP summed up his cosmic quest, influencing generations of jazz and rock seekers – from Nels Cline to Jack DeJohnette
During a rare home visit, the superstar singer answers her critics and gives a glimpse into her creative process
"It's my job to inspire people," former Gap Band singer says in advance of new 'In It to Win It' LP
1969 Rickenbacker used in studio and at Woodstock presumed lost for decades before finding its way home
How Canadian duo survived a breakup and staked their claim as one of rock's most exciting young bands
Drummer promises to make shows on band's first North American tour in close to a decade into "events"
MC on seeing the world, insulting the Commander-in-Chief and how he fits into hip-hop's rich history of social critique
It drops like dubstep, pulses like pop and is rapidly making stars of Chainsmokers, Marshmello, Flume and more
Crazy World of Arthur Brown frontman on God of Hellfire persona, influence on younger artists and his first American tour in decades