Dan Weiss
Dan Weiss

Tune-Yards on writing music that reckons with white privilege

We talked with singer-songwriter Merrill Garbus about her band's newest album, her ideas about whiteness and the "callout culture" we're all living in.

On Bjork’s new album, ‘Utopia’ means facing down the patriarchy

The Icelandic singer's latest record isn't her "Tinder album" — it's her #MeToo album.

Lil Peep was going to take emo and rap to new places

The singer-rapper died suddenly while on tour supporting his debut album. He was 21.

These are the 16 best anti-Trump songs from the past year

Including tracks from Eminem, Fiona Apple, Willie Nelson, Kendrick Lamar and more

St. Vincent’s ‘Masseduction’ is about how great sex won’t solve your problems

With her newest album, Annie Clark has made a true rarity: a record that captures sex’s joyful essence without making it seem like a cure-all.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees aren’t an embarrassment, but they’ve got a long way to go

Nina Simone raged against the machine before many of us were even born.

2017 MTV VMAs: Pink stole the show. But thirsty stars nearly ruined it.

More often than not, MTV's annual spectacle was at its best when the smaller acts had the stage, and at its worst when clumsy superstars were in front of the camera.

Tyler, the Creator is still a “walking paradox” on the rumor-baiting ‘Flower Boy’

Is he queer? Maybe. Does he know how to use the speculation to further his art? Definitely.

Chuck Berry, the man who wrote the book on rock 'n' roll, finally shows us how it ends

For his last record, a jukebox legend explores the capital-A Album format.