Mykki Blanco Talks To Lydia Lunch
A transgressive artist-turned-journalist and a no-wave icon sound off on identity, New York City sleaze and climbing Mt. Everest in drag.
Pop Talk: Underground Artists Review Taylor Swift
Cakes Da Killa, Lorenzo Senni, Tri Angle's WIFE and Kathy Alberici judge an unrivaled pop album. Here's why it sounds like "candy-coated THOT anthems."
EB Magazine’s New Issue Tackles Tinnitus, Ghe20g0th1k & More
PAN signee M.E.S.H. and editor-in-chief A.J. Samuels mull over the latest issue of Electronic Beats Magazine, which hit shelves this week.
Roller Skating and the Birth of Miami Bass and Memphis Crunk
We talked to Gangsta Boo, KW Griff and more to find out the role of the skating rink in Miami Bass, Memphis Crunk and Baltimore Snap.
Richard Hell Fights the Repression of NYC’s Bohemian Scene
A punk icon on how NYC wildchild Cookie Mueller embodied the city's free spirit heyday & saving it from being "a theme park for the smug and arrogant wealthy."
How Robert Johnson Became A Legendary German Nightclub
Ata Macias, a co-founder and resident DJ at Offenbach's renowned Robert Johnson nightclub, outlines the venue's philosophy and electronic psychedelia.
Mr. Style Icon: Holly Johnson on David Bowie
The frontman of British pop outfit Frankie Goes to Hollywood talks about how David Bowie inspired his coming out in the '70s.
How a Bunch of Belgian Teens Rewired Techno
In the fifth and last installment of 72 Hours in Antwerp, Belgian originator and R&S Records affiliate CJ Bolland journeys into the origins of rave.
Front 242 Pioneer Describes the Early Days of New Beat
In Part Four of our 72 Hours in Antwerp series, Patrick Codenys of pioneering EBM band Front 242 describes how he injected muscle into electronic music.
Inside the New Beat Documentary The Sound of Belgium
In the third part of our 72 Hours in Antwerp series, Jozef Devillé explains the inspirations behind his documentary The Sound of Belgium.