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From Beyoncé and Blood Orange to Le Tigre and Ibeyi, these songs shine a necessary light on feminist thinkers.
Björk’s on-screen evolution is marked by technology catching up to her vision. These videos show her biggest leaps forward.
The edifying electronic producer made a club record that confronts gender performativity in her native Kuwait.
Anthony DeCurtis’ Lou Reed: A Life sheds new light on a complicated icon
As the AMC ensemble drama ends its run, we look at how a punk soundtrack helped to define its true protagonist, Cameron Howe.
A review of the autobiographical performance, which puts the rock icon’s songwriting and storytelling in a stark new light.
Bey’s rap fluency gave her an edge in the pop-star arms race, eventually becoming a signature flow of freewheeling rhyme schemes and resumé flexing.
Past his (problematic) prime, Marshall Mathers is at least trying to engage with his Trump-voting fans.
The singer-songwriter shares their painful coming-out journey for the first time publicly
The original “TRL” helped a post-Gen-X MTV successfully court millennials. Gen Z doesn’t need or want the reheated leftovers.
The viral names of the moment, from Bhad Bhabie to Ugly God
Kanye and Lloyd’s of London continue to fight over what really happened at the end of last year.
To the soon-to-be-shuttered AIM we say, ~so long and goodnight, so long not goodnight~
One voter’s best guess, from shoo-ins like Radiohead and Nina Simone, to long shots like Kate Bush and Depeche Mode
A decade ago, Wolves in the Throne Room’s genre-blending, nature-inspired Two Hunters polarized the metal world. Today the LP influences it.
On reconnecting to my Jewish identity through Steve Reich, now more than ever
A rebel who carried the torch of real rock and a revivalist who embraced the vanguard—Tom Petty was many things at once, but most importantly, he was constant.
Tom Petty wrote a lot of Perfect Songs. Consider these the starting point for your listening today.
From Björk’s latest interdimensional romance to King Krule’s zombie lounge lizard to Yaeji’s ingenious makeup tutorial, here are the most eye-catching clips of the month.
Go slow, go fast, or get off the dancefloor entirely—this month’s got options