The North Carolina-based singer-songwriter on loving Sufjan, getting angry, and mutilating guitars while recording his new album, The King.
After years in the Boston DIY scene, the duo of Lira Mondal and Caufield Schnug decamped to Lawrence, Kansas and set up a home studio that honors their cavernous lo-fi sound.
Along with throwing bolts of guitar-rock lightning on record and on stage, this trio is fostering an environment for young Chicago bands to thrive.
In this Rising interview, the Barcelona-born, Brooklyn-based artist talks about the mind-bending power of Björk, why ASMR is her greatest pleasure, and her gloriously fragmented debut album.
Running around New York City with the charmingly offbeat North Carolina rapper as she navigates the hectic life of an almost-famous artist.
In this Rising interview, the singer-songwriter talks about flying in the face of racism, why it’s good to be petty, and her artfully honest debut album.
In this Rising interview, the guitarist and composer reflects on what it means to be a reluctant performer, making music that’s accessible but not boneheaded, and her biggest-sounding album yet.
The Brooklyn quartet want to make you weep with their hypersexed industrial cuts.
The singer and producer is unabashed in her ambitions, contradictions, and deep love of Drake.
In this Rising interview, members of the expansive British band discuss the folk traditions and feelings of hope behind their music.
The British-Armenian producer has lived many musical lives, all leading to his spellbinding solo debut, Bolts, recently released on Four Tet’s label.
The Maryland hip-hop upstart released his breakout album on his 18th birthday last year. What’s next?
Get to know one of the most exciting new rappers of the last few years, whose music is an antidote to degenerate male behavior.
The endlessly exploratory musician is creating the experimental jazz tapes of your dreams.
In this Rising interview, the New Orleans band discusses the delusions of American exceptionalism and what it means to make radical ideas a reality.
In this Rising interview, we hit the skatepark with one of ATL’s most promising underground rappers, to discuss the city’s vitality and why she loves Kid Cudi
In the early pandemic, the 17-year-old rapper/producer went viral for her spin on hyperpop; now, her new self-titled album looks for a more present life.
In this Rising interview, the Catalan artist discusses her love of uncomfortable music like CocoRosie and the long road to her third album, Pripyat