1 hour 24 min • 2019
This 18-year-old vocalist could turn out to be Chicago’s answer to Nicki Minaj.
In his hands it’s clear that drill relies as much on melody as it does on percussive, gunlike spitting.
Windswept, lysergic guitar boogie that has more in common with the arid wilderness of southern California than Chicago’s harsh winters
A tenebrous, synth-heavy mix of early industrial music, Suicide-style protopunk, and avant-garde electronic compositions
Signing off on nearly a decade of writing for the paper
Billboard and Twitter go halves on a baby.
Kelis didn’t become the star she should have 15 years ago, but she’s still one of modern R&B’s most consistently inventive artists.
“Ain’t It Fun” might be the cure for the Internet’s toxicity.
“Good Kisser” prepares for chart dominance.
This month’s stack of record reviews will get you better acquainted with Ben Frost’s defibrillating body music, Dawn Golden’s alchemical electro-pop, and lots more.
A posthumous single that doesn’t feel ghoulish.
Are EDM producers angling to get out from behind the boards?
Chicago chiptune wizard Diode Milliampere wrings music out of obsolete hardware one command line at a time.
Pop-punk boy band brings new fans to a fading genre