Now that Voodoo is behind us, the Buku Music and Art Project is ready to start
When LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy sang, “I can change, I can ch
In this week's "Our Spilt Milk," Raphael wants to know how much "Saturation" is saturation, Lexi is into lo-fi house, and Alex has been listening to hip-hop history.
For many Americans, DJ Jazzy Jeff is one half of a stick used to bea
During the recent Tales of the Cocktail, The New York Times’ Robert
“But recently I began to feel that maybe I wouldn’t be able to do what I want to do and need to do with American musicians, who are
Our Spilt Milk returns with our favorite things this week, including rare groove reissues on vinyl.
Last weekend, Jonah Weiner profiled Lorde for
In our first year, My Spilt Milk did a number of podcast interviews, but we couldn't get the kind of regularity necessa
[Updated] The NBA All-Star Weekend was a series of increasingly surreal events, a bizarre juxtaposition of cultural crème de l
Thundercat tours constantly and will return to Buku this year
Kid Cudi has learned a lot about himself, and the industry in 2016.
My capacity for outrage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s ind
Deadmau5, Travis Scott, Zeds Dead, Young Thug, Zhu, Tycho, Jauz, 21 Savage and
The Drive-By Truckers’ recent albums resembled the output of a m
The Voodoo Music and Arts Experience starts today, and we have our downloadable schedule, color-coded with the people we're most excited
Chance the Rapper has become America’s hip-hop sweetheart.
Last year, indie producer AF THE NAYSAYER’s The Autodidact Instrumentals Vol.
In this week's Freshly Spilt Milk, our playlist includes new music from rappers Jayaire Wooods and Lil Yachty, as well as tracks by house and techno classicists Erick Morillo and Kevin Saunderson, electronic music made from found sound in Senegal and Gambia, and remixes of Beck, The Crystal Method and Freddie Gibbs.
Yet again, rain is on the Chicago weather forecast on Friday, the second day of Lollapalooza
"Our Spilt Milk" shares our favorite things this week--new Schoolboy Q, Lucy Dacus in concert, and Jidenna on video.
50 Cent was notably absent from the 2016 Forbes Five after declaring bank
On Thursday, while the hip-hop world buzzed with anticipation for Ch
[This review from The Republic last week is the first from new contributor Raphael Helfand.]
My Spilt Milk has a number of new contributors, and there's no better way to get to know them than by what they're listening to, rea
[Updated] As Carnival has calcified into the form it now takes with big-ass nightly spectacles starting on Wednesday, s
It seems only appropriate that on the day of the Iowa Caucuses My Spilt Milk announces that fans of music in New Orleans will have yet a
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk includes new music from Erykah Badu, !!!, MAKJ, AM & Shawn Lee, Fro-Yo Ma, and more, including a bonus mix of Brazilian '70s soul, and "Meow the Jewels."
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk playlist includes new music from Pell, Louque, Autograf, Guerilla Toss, Seratones, and more.
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk includes new music from Miley Cyrus, Battles, The Bird and the Bee, and more!
[Updated] In a way, the Essence Festival is yet another m
This week's Freshly Spilt Milk includes new music from Jack Ü, Alesso, Major Lazer x DJ Snake vs. Pop Noir, a lot of soul and a special bonus summertime mixtape.
When Kate Tempest started her American tour in Los Angeles,
In 2010, Trombone Shorty curated “Red Hot + NOLA,” an all-star New Orleans concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music that not only featur
"Freshly Spilt Milk," our weekly Soundcloud playlist that previews upcoming releases, returns with new music from Ghostface Killah, Miami Horror, PKP, Male Gaze, Surfer Blood, Action Bronson and more.
Our Freshly Spilt Milk Soundcloud playlist previews new music from White, Salva, Towkio, Sinderlyn, Summer Cannibals, Crizzly and more.
Our highlights for the week ahead in New Orleans include rockabilly survivors, the latest flavors, Kevin Gates, Hunter Hayes, Marc Broussard, and Fozzy.
Our highlights for a busy week that also includes a Black and Gold kickoff party, the Felice Brothers, Richard Buckner, Real Estate, and a free tribute to David Egan in Lafayette.
Our favorite things this week include Alfred Hitchcock, The Gun Club, and Chicago hip-hop.
On the “Renegades of Rhythm” tour, DJ Shadow and
Our picks this week include a tribute to Mannie Fresh, Faster Pussycat, Cardinal Sons, MadFro, Sylvan Esso, and The Get Busy.
Seminal hip-hop outfit Public Enemy was not always the media darling it is today.
The title of Truth Universal's new album, Invent the Future, is optimistic on
Questlove's Blues: In the Spike Lee film Mo’ Better Blues, Denzel Washington plays an old trumpet player purist angered at