Outside Lands Reveals Massive Initial Lineup for 2021, Including Tame Impala, Lizzo, and The Strokes
The SF festival will make up for lost time with Tyler, the Creator, The 1975, and J Balvin already locked in.
WATCH: JPEGMAFIA Interviews Ariel Pink for HTBAR 10
The latest episode of HTBAR (How to Build a Relationship) is here.
WATCH: JPEGMAFIA Drops Single That’s “FOR BALD GIRLS ONLY”
The “BALD!” video arrived last night, preceding next week’s European tour.
SIGNAL BOOST: 15 Tracks from December 2019 You Should Know
Our Associate Editor’s fav pre-released singles, album deep cuts, & tracks by unfairly obscure artists from the past few weeks.
JPEGMAFIA: Artist of the Year
Our first ever AotY talks about the changing landscape of music.
The Best Albums of 2019
Twenty-five records that brought joy in a tough year.
LISTEN: JPEGMAFIA Brainstorms “Beta Male Strategies” on New Single
The second cut from “All My Heroes Are Cornballs” is expectedly confrontational.
Signal Boost: 15 Tracks from August 2019 You Should Know
Our Associate Editor’s favorite pre-released singles, album deep cuts, and tracks by unfairly obscure artists from the past few weeks.
JPEGMAFIA Has a “Garbage” New Album
According to Jeff Tweedy, Kari Faux, James Blake, and more, “All My Heroes Are Cornballs” will let us down September 13.
JPEGMAFIA Song Titles, Ranked
There’s a new Peggy track called “Jesus Forgive Me, I Am a Thot,” and it hardly breaks the top ten.
CHVRCHES, JPEGMAFIA, and More Set to Play Dia De Los Deftones
The alt-metal band’s second annual San Diego–set festival will also feature sets from Gojira, Hum, Youth Code, and Brutus.
John Vanderslice Walks Us Through His Influences on “The Cedars”
JPEGMAFIA, Tierra Whack, The Spirit of the Beehive, and more were on the songwriter’s turntable.
HEALTH and JPEGMAFIA Don’t Actually “HATE YOU”
The pairing of LA noisemakers feels natural, even if their discordant single is anything but.
Announcing FLOOD 9, featuring Paul Dano, Wu-Tang Clan, M.I.A., and Tenacious D
Our biggest print edition yet features four cover stories across two collectible versions, as well as stories on John Carpenter, Spiritualized, Dawoud Bey, boygenius, Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, and much more.
Wu-Tang Clan: Twenty-Five Years Ain’t Nuthing Ta F’ Wit
Our FLOOD 9 cover story on Wu-Tang Clan, the rap group with a religious following.