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EXCLUSIVE: Pages From Drake’s Notebook

The notebook was laying in an alley behind Warehouse in Houston. It was tattered and smelled of Hennessy and tears. I immediately knew there was something special about the notebook, so honestly I wasn’t too surprised... Read more »

Best Songs of the Week

With so much good music steadily coming through, it's easy to miss out on some of the best. To help prevent this, we've picked some of our favorite tracks from the week. Here are the songs... Read more »

Denzel Curry: Rap Like When Nintendo Was New

Denzel Curry is starting his rap career independently, in every sense of the term. He left a promising crew to pursue solo efforts, he’s not signed to a major or mini label and after the shows... Read more »

Get To Know: Flow-Fi, The Internet’s Most Exciting New Electronic Music Label

The Flow-Fi collective aren't important just because they're making fantastic, genre-melding music, they're important because they stand as proof of the strange, beautiful, and totally positive power the internet can have in regards to music. Flow-Fi... Read more »

See The Bigger Picture Behind Famous Album Covers

Although the increase in streaming and move towards digital instead of physical music sales has taken the focus away from album covers somewhat, it remains impossible to talk about some albums without their classic covers immediately coming... Read more »

13 New Artists to Check Out at CMJ 2014

CMJ Music Marathon 2014 goes down in New York this week, October 21-25, and lots of great artists—both the well-known and the stars of the future—will be in the city. You can check out all the... Read more »

Best Songs of the Week

With so much good music steadily coming through, it's easy to miss out on some of the best. To help prevent this, we've picked some of our favorite tracks from the week. Here are the songs... Read more »

The Most Important Person in My Corner

I’ve been making music for as long as I can remember. Some of my earliest memories involve banging on pots and pans. When I was little, I used to make up songs up off the top... Read more »

Steel Drums: Best Where You’d Least Expect Them

In modern music, so many sounds are grossly overused. The market is saturated with skittering hi-hats, 808s, synths, hand claps, strings, pianos, and other garbage. Every now and then, though, you hear a sound designed by... Read more »

“I shouldn’t rap”: A Catch Up With Heems, Who’s Releasing His Album Early Next Year

imanshu Suri, also known as Heems, kept a low profile in 2013. The former Das Racist member and current label head of Greedhead Records took off to international territory, to free his mind, to perform his... Read more »

A Music Lover’s First Attempt at Online Dating

Online dating is all the rage these days, but it still kind of freaks me out. There’s something weird about knowing that one day when I have kids, I will tell them about what it was... Read more »

A Guide to Bragging About Music Without Sounding Like an A**hole

Look, I’m not saying I want the Grammys to introduce a new category called “Dopest SoundCloud Game,” and I don’t really believe that I had a hand in Chance the Rapper’s success because I told like... Read more »

The Best Places to See Live Music in New York City

New York is one of the greatest places in the world to see live music. From underground stages to world renowned venues, NY's got something for everyone. But with so much to choose from, it can... Read more »

The Best New Mixes Streaming Right Now

A mix doesn't have to be mixed perfectly for it to be perfect. I'm not sure about you, but given the choice between a mix which says something about the person mixing it—complete with mistakes and... Read more »

The Most Hilarious #MusicThatDontMatch Vines

Do you guys remember Vine? For a while it was like, “FOH Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram” because Vine was the only social media platform that mattered. But things change, fads fade, and a lot of us... Read more »