“I was a bricklayer, a chef, a landscaper, a stonemason… all of it built character.” Cameron Avery never doubted that eventually he’d make a career as a musician. As Tame Impala’s touring bassist ventures out on a solo career, we sit down with him to hear how he’s making it.
In 2013, Cassette got the call that changed everything: Kanye West, inviting him out to Paris. “I played him what I was working on and he asked me to stay in Paris and work with him on what became Yeezus,” and he’s been on quite the adventure ever since.
After writing songs for top artists like Alicia Keys, Selena Gomez, and even co-writing J. Cole’s “Crooked Smile,” Polly A is embarking on her own singing career.
Newly back in Los Angeles, BØRNS shares a few of his favorite spots in the city …
“I want to connect people and let them know they’re not the only ones going through shit. And that they can get through it.”
One of just a handful of successful female music managers in the business, Jodie Regan got into management for all the right reasons—she loves music and the people who play it.
Kevin Parker, Tame Impala mastermind, gives the scoop on each of the guys in the live band.
For Miya Folick, the dream of a young girl picking up a guitar, strumming in her bedroom, and landing on stage in front of screaming fans is finally coming together.
Warm Brew, hip hop trio made up of Manu Li, Serk Spliff, and Ray Wright from LA’s west side, partner with AGOLDE to produce the official video for their single, “I Swear” featuring Compton rapper Buddy.
Get to know Atlanta rapper Father, patriarch of freak-hop cult Awful Records and former science nerd.