“We would go to a town and the town would come to us, all the prettiest girls, all the craziest shit. That was their night to have Guns N’ Roses in town!” Guns N’ Roses’ drummer Matt Sorum gives insight into the golden years of rock and roll.
All trippy vocals, clashing cymbals and experimental melodies, Temples harks back to the best of ‘60s psych rock. After uploading a few videos to YouTube, the band was signed and has hit the ground running.
Meet Cloves, a 19-year-old Australian singer-songwriter whose voice will remind you of her heroes Nine Simone and Amy Winehouse.
“Tour in a big bus, play Madison Square Garden… and go triple platinum! Then we can finally make one of those docudramas about fighting and throwing things at each other.” L.A.-based rock band Starcrawler has big dreams for the future.
24-year-old Philip Ellis is one of the brightest young stars of British fashion design, having done stints at Meadham Kirkhoff, Louis Vuitton, Vetements, and a politically charged show of his own while wrapping up his degree at Central St Martins.
When Genieve Figgis joined Twitter from her home in Ireland in 2010, she could not have known how dramatically it would change her career trajectory. Unwittingly, she followed a New York artist by the name of Richard Prince. “I was only new to Twitter. I wasn’t sure what I was going to use it for,” Figgis recalls. “No idea who my audience […]
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Terrace Marin talks growing up in Los Angeles in the ‘90s to making his way as one of today’s most relevant producers—you know, the one behind Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly and DAMN?
Maybe the only country star signed to a rap label, Faye Webster grew up in the Atlanta hip hop scene, but was always drawn to the folk music that her grandfather introduced her to.
At 19-years-old, Beyoncé’s creative director tapped JaQuel Knight to choreograph ‘Single Ladies’—the opportunity of a lifetime, especially for someone trying out for a backup dancer gig. 10 years later, Knight is still working with Queen Bey, and sits down with us to share his story.
The LA-based alt-rock, all-female band has been playing together since 2004–they’ve crushed enough live shows, and slept in enough tour buses to fill a dozen rock memoirs. And thankfully, they’re still at it.