On this volume of our Listen Up series, we discover why two is almost always better than one. Apologize to your neighbors in advance, cause you’re gonna want to turn this sh*t way up.
Donut floaties, bottle service, and pink metallic joggers–our favorite Atlanta-based duo is hooking up all the party essentials.
Former Dum Dum Girl front-woman, Kristin Welchez, has gone solo as Kristin Kontrol, and her new album is 100% what she wants it to be.
We’re debuting the jungle-garage rock band’s new single “Stronger,” which might actually be as badass as the outfit’s front woman herself.
The princesses of punk sound off.
This pixie punk songstress is about to rule your playlist.
In celebration of the very first day of spring (and Friday!), we had our good friends (and lovers of everything California’s
Our girl Liz Nistico of HOLYCHILD and her bandmate Louie Diller have just embarked on a nationwide tour supporting Danish electro-pop princess MØ. Since we’ll only be able to catch one of their shows in October (at The Regent in Los Angeles, of course) we’ve asked Liz—who’ll be wearing Nasty Gal on the road and on stage—to keep us in the loop with an exclusive four-part weekly tour diary accompanied by photos of her killer ensembles and favorite sights and scenes along the way. In her first installment, Liz talks cotton candy sunsets, hairy hotel neighbors, and New York City crowds.
A few days ago, we caught up with BOSCO, the multi-talented artist who supplied our Shoe Cult ad with some serious sound. Her music video for “Names” just dropped, so we got the inside scoop on her creative process, what flew into her mouth while shooting the video, and why Lisa Frank will always reign supreme. — Chris Rellas
It’s only appropriate to kick off a weekend full of partying and music with, well, partying and music, which is why on Friday night Kate Nash, Brandi Cyrus, Chela, and Dani Thorne helped us commence our long awaited FYF weekend. Though we may have been moving a little slow the following morning thanks to an overindulgence of Mai Tais (worth it), the soiree was just what we needed to pump ourselves up for two days of musical paradise (which we’ll be sure to cover in detail throughout the week). Read on to check out the entirety of our FYF pre-party shenanigans.
Part three of our FYF countdown playlist is all about Flying Lotus, Chet Faker, Connan Mockasin, and our girls Haim, naturally. So put your bass face on and listen up.