There was a lot to love about Hot Topic in 2002.
Celebrate five years of everyone being just so gay with Julia Nunes, Jenny Owen Youngs, Allison Weiss, Jukebox the Ghost, Vivek Shraya and more.
“This is the only industry that I can think of where people are criticized for success.”
Dreamy sun-dappled tunes for you to float away to.
Nothing makes me feel like all I need is hard work, determination and a little pop music to achieve my goals, find love and obliterate racist poverty structures like DANCE MOVIES.
On April 16, an Indiegogo campaign will launch to fund development of Selena The One, a futuristic hologram specifically designed to perform Selena’s music in an entirely new way.
Make sure you listen to trans people when they’re not playing music too.
She wants to taste your lips but only because they’ve been kissing the boy she’s into.
If you have the right weather for listening to this outside, please do that. But if not, put your sunglasses on inside and live the dream anyway.
Alynda Lee Segarra and Yosi Perlstein chat with us about their new album and new tour — and oh, by the way, you can win tickets to see them!
Creating space for difficult conversations between parents and children has been both a goal and a side effect of their music making through the years.
I can pretty much guarantee you there are still people in the world who need to hear more about how great you are.
It’s going to snow forever and I am completely fucking sick of it.
Live fast, die young. Bad Witches do it well.
Gore’s partner of 33 years reported her death today due to lung cancer.
Musician Julia Nunes on her kickstarter, her new album, her relationship with Dannielle Owens-Reid and that time she almost fell into the toilet before opening for Ben Folds.
Probably the most romantic homage to Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” I’ve ever heard.
These are our favorite Bruce Springsteen songs and the stories of how and why we love them.
Björk wrote you a note about her new album and maybe signed it “Warmthness, Björk.” Let’s start there.
Alynda Lee Segarra’s voice is like dark chocolate with sea salt. Her politics make my heart beat faster than a KitchenAid stand mixer. Her lyrics are pointed as star anise, and powerful as ghost pepper. I could go on, but I’m getting hungry. Just watch.