Mallrat Goes Deeper Into The Machine
The Australian musician categorically makes pop in an atypical way, melding 'really distorted, aggressive sounds, and really beautiful vocal samples'
Ethel Cain, Raised In A Bubble, Stays Isolated For Her Art
‘I only watch VHS tapes and some DVDs,’ the enigmatic artist behind ‘Preachers Daughter’ says. ‘Childhood is, you know, the purest time of your life’
Sasami's New Album 'Squeeze' Is A Haunted House
'I promise to keep it interesting,' she tells MTV News about her crunching, unexpected LP with thrills around every corner
Beach House, Their Muses, And 'Once Twice Melody'
The elusive dream-pop duo go deep on creating the haunted film-noir ambience of their latest LP
Halsey Ends Up A Bloody Mess In New 'I Am Not A Woman, I'm A God' Live Video
It's all fun and games until the splatter
The Weeknd Gets Kinky In Disco-Tinged 'Take My Breath' Video
You've never seen so much leather in your life
Dawn Richard's Electronic Reinvention Spans All Of New Orleans On 'Second Line'
The artist's newest album pays homage to the liveliness of NOLA parades while embodying a seductive blend of deep electronic sounds
Scarypoolparty's 'Los Angeles' Has A Song For Every Mood
The SoCal musical polymath breaks down his latest EP and takes us through, mood by mood
Radiohead's 'Lotus Flower' Video Perfected A Viral Dance 10 Years Before TikTok
The twitchy 'King of Limbs' visual showcased a liberated Thom Yorke movement that may have resonated more deeply than the music
10 Years Ago, James Blake's Self-Titled Debut Album Made Him A Star
He's since worked with Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar, André 3000, and more. But in 2011, he was still making a name for himself