The rising indie rockers on their city’s vibrant scene, signing to Saddle Creek, and “not making any fucking TikToks.”
Spelunking with the UK band, whose music is as unsettling as it is incendiary
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
In this Rising interview, the eclectic pop singer talks about bedbugs, indie sleaze, and trying as hard as you fucking can.
With her new album Remember Your North Star, the New York artist realized that her worth isn’t measured by how much she can endure.
In this Rising interview, the British musician talks about playing with a new band at every show, the catharsis of surrendering to the moment, and the intrinsic sense of community that powers his stunning new album.
The Melbourne quintet boasts a DIY punk attitude, a big-voiced singer who once fronted a Blues Brothers tribute band, and songs that are as sticky as a barroom floor.
In this Rising interview, the Belgium-based artists discuss the power of humor and camp in sugarcoating complex ideas.