Teenagers always have someone they look up to, someone they wanna emulate, someone who inspires them.
How do you reconcile your personal values with supporting artists whose content promotes a world you don’t want to be part of creating?
Leo Babauta gives great advice to up and coming artists. Find your voice, and shout.
Falling in love implies a helplessness. And if you fall forever, Mark Radcliffe says, you’ll hit the ground.
The joy of the so bad it’s good album cover.
You love the work; you hate the person who made it. How do you navigate that?
Forty years after the late musician Johnny Cash performed “Folsom Blues” in the Folsom Prison Library, his daughter returns and meets GMP poet Spoon Jackson.
In August, 1976, five kids from Northeast Philly were going to be the heroes who saved Rock and Roll.
Let Aphex Twin, The Game and Billy Ray Cyrus guide you on a musical tour of your dadding journey.
We’ve featured CDZA before, they’re an immensely talented and odd group of musicians-slash-pop culture critics. This one’s fun and seems to ask us, Is nothing sacred anymore?
Joanna Schroeder interviews musician Adam Cohen about love, success, and the perilous allure of pursuing fame over art.