On their new album, Melee, Michigan emo band Dogleg are every bit as exciting as their hardcore fans have been telling you.
London-based indie rock band Sorry craft sleazily hedonistic love songs that aren’t always what they seem.
On I Was Born Swimming, Ella O’Connor Williams a.k.a. Squirrel Flower considers the story of her own birth through the music she absorbed as a child.
St. Louis native Slayyyter is making posh pop that sounds like a bubbly chainsaw.
Dylan Brady and Laura Les of 100 gecs are breaking down pop music constructs and building them back up in their own warped vision.
The Montego Bay-raised artist Squash pushes rural Jamaica to the forefront of dancehall.
19-year-old Xanman is the most well-rounded DMV rap newcomer, equally effective at delivering comedy, horror, and romance.
After a few false starts, New Orleans singer Lucky Daye is finally making his mark, one cosmic ballad at a time.
beabadoobee, real name Bea Kristi, talks about touring with Clairo, signing to The 1975 label Dirty Hit, and plans for her "big boy" debut album.
After co-signs from Kanye West and Bon Iver, Velvet Negroni tells the story behind his ambitious debut album, NEON BROWN.
G Flip has spent the last three years trying to get her colossal drum fills and bulletproof hooks to the biggest audience possible.