Emily Reo Casts a Spell With This Magic-Inspired Playlist
The Brooklyn-based artist showcases her fascination with all things occult, from the supernatural to the Orlando Magic.
Pixx Spreads Her Gloom-Pop Gospel
Ahead of the release of her sophomore album, Small Mercies, South Londoner Hannah Rodgers reflects on Catholic school and Cat Power.
Jackie Mendoza’s Experimental Pop Is Haunting and Hypnotic
The Brooklyn-based songwriter and producer draws on influences ranging from Shakira to Animal Collective.
HELLTRAP NIGHTMARE Is Fighting Toxic Masculinity, One Exploding Zit at a Time
Comedian Sarah Sherman talks about her comedy troupe and its fleshy, feminist performance art.
A Beacon School Share New Track, Announce ‘Cola’ Vinyl Reissue
Stream “Glue,” a previously unreleased cut from the Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist Patrick Smith’s debut album, Cola.
Pinc Louds Want You to Feel the Magic and Madness of NYC
Meet the underground doowop jazz group that is celebrating the city’s spirit one show at a time.