Lana Del Rey, Queen Of Boredom

A toast to pop's most #overit star

A Playlist For Mother Earth

Our favorite songs about the planet we love so much

Nan Goldin’s Playlist

On the soundtrack to ‘The Ballad of Sexual Dependency’

The New Cartoon Tuesdays: How Female Cartoonists Are Changing Mainstream Publications

Artists are challenging the traditionally white, male world of illustration to recognize women’s work

Mary Lattimore’s Bewitching Harp

On the musician’s new release, ‘Collected Pieces’

Michelle Branch Breaks Free

The singer-songwriter talks about ‘Hopeless Romantic,’ her first solo album in 14 years

Goldfrapp Look Back To Move Forward

The English duo’s new album, ‘Silver Eye,’ is a reminder of their subtle influence on a decade of dance music

The Unexpected Joy of Nelly Furtado’s Return

The musician talks about her mixed feelings on the pop industry and her new album, ‘The Ride’

Why Music Will Always Be Just A Little Bit Evil

A pair of new studies reinforce decades of fear of music

No Pop Star Is Having More Fun Right Now Than Charli XCX

Notes on the singer’s excellently sugary new mixtape, ‘Number 1 Angel’

Laura Marling’s Female Gaze

How the British singer decided to write songs about women on her new album, ‘Semper Femina’

13 Musicians On How They’re Spending The Women’s Strike

Margo Price, Vagabon, Fatima Al Qadiri, and more discuss the international day of action

Raymond Pettibon: Kill Yr American Male Idols

Notes on the iconic punk artist’s New Museum retrospective

How Marnie Stern Found the Sound of the Future

Celebrating a decade of the guitar player’s destiny-building wisdom

Can AI Make Musicians More Creative?

Google and Sony want to change the way artists think about artificial intelligence

Searching for "Good TV" at the 2017 Grammys

On the pants-less, flask-slinging, award-breaking moments

Grammy Curveballs: Wait, Who Got Nominated?

We interview six unexpected nominees, from Judy Collins to Parquet Courts

Allison Crutchfield Writes A New Story For Herself

The singer-songwriter discusses ‘Tourist in This Town,’ her ‘feminist breakup record’

Stef Chura Steps Into The Spotlight

The rising Michigan rocker talks about her debut album, ‘Messes’

Cherry Glazerr Grow Up On Apocalipstick

With its second album, the L.A. band lives its rock-and-roll dreams

Priests Rip It Up And Start Again

The D.C. punk band talks about its new album, ‘Nothing Feels Natural,’ and the fight to stay creative

The xx Move Into Bolder Territory With I See You

The band’s first album in five years is a step forward from its influential sound

Sharon Van Etten On How The OA Changed Her

The singer-songwriter on her first-ever acting experience on the Netflix series

Blondie's Classic 1976 Debut Is More Prophetic Than Ever

Revisiting the resonance of the band's first album after 40 years