The Swedish experimental R&B songwriter talks about her upcoming album ‘Silver,’ her groundbreaking dance crew, and her philosophy of self-love.
The underground rapper and musician opens up about balancing success with authenticity, not defining himself, and practicing doing nothing in the modern age.
With all the new music releasing constantly, lots of great albums can slip under the radar. Here are a few worthwhile ones from the last three months.
Music made him famous. His investment in his community made him a hero. We explore the legacy of L.A. rapper, advocate, and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle.
This week we pick new music from Mac DeMarco, Ciara, Black Midi, Modest Mouse, Shafiq Husayn, and more.
The best new music of the week comes compliments of Tame Impala, Lizzo, Logic, Sky Ferreira, Jenny Lewis, Cate Le Bon, and Bad Suns.
At the turn of the century, the South started to make hip-hop bigger than music by advising the mainstream in a way no subculture ever had before.
This week we pick tracks from Anderson .Paak, Foals, Schoolboy Q, King Gizzard, and more.
The oft-neglected sub-genre of hip-hop might just be its most influential. Here’s why we can’t sleep on Southern hip-hop.
The meme-prone power-pop icons have been the subject of widespread critical derision for the better part of two decades. But do they deserve it?
In the final part of this series, we look at the impact of production software on arena rock and consider what the future of rock music may look like.
From Tierra Whack to The Black Keys, here is the best new music this week.
With the recent suicide of Prodigy’s Keith Flint, Qrewcial examines the need for an open mental health discussion and self-care for today’s musicians.
Part two of our arena rock series asks whether hip-hop, indie, and the Internet killed arena rock and dares to ask if hip-hop is the new rock and roll.
Qrewcial’s top five songs of the week featuring new music by artists Da Baby, The Drums, Solange, Marcus D, and Big Thief.