Fort Minor

Mike Shinoda explains why he is bringing Fort Minor back, details his new song “Welcome” and its 360 video, describes his evolution as a musician and lyricist, talks about collaborating with Harvard, and reflects upon the past and future of Linkin Park. … More Fort Minor


Wolf Alice

Frontwoman Ellie Rowsell and drummer Joel Amey talk about the inspirations behind the band’s debut album “My Love Is Cool,” what some of the different reactions they’ve come across thus far have been like, and why learning to follow your gut is important. … More Wolf Alice


Miguel discusses wanting to establish an identity on his third album “Wildheart,” what being wild-hearted represents, how he’s grown as a songwriter and live performer, and why his L.A. roots will always play an important part in who he is. … More Miguel

Inside Out

In the years following the widely praised Toy Story 3, the luster behind Pixar, the studio with the near perfect track record that was the envy of Hollywood, dissipated into the ether. It released its two worst films to date (Cars 2, Brave), a lightweight (albeit still fun) prequel (Monsters University), suffered major behind-the-scenes drama … More Inside Out

Nate Ruess

Nate Ruess explains the decision to go solo on “Grand Romantic,” why he always ends up writing about heartbreak, and how lucky he’s been to work with the people he’s met throughout his career. … More Nate Ruess

Good Old War

Lead singer Keith Goodwin and guitarist Dan Schwartz discuss the band’s new album “Broken Into Better Shape,” the challenges of continuing as a two-piece, their positive outlook on songwriting, and how they are able to get all those gorgeous harmonies. … More Good Old War

X Ambassadors

Frontman Sam Harris discusses the autobiographical concept behind the band’s debut album “VHS” and its No. 1 hit single “Renegades,” how a love of film influences his music, what it’s like co-writing for Rihanna, and why endurance is the key to success. … More X Ambassadors


Vocalist Aaron Weiss unpacks the apocalyptic imagery inside the band’s newest release “Pale Horses,” why he likes to explore each album from a different perspective, and how that left him at his most unguarded while trying to reconcile his love/hate relationship with religion. … More mewithoutYou

Jon Foreman

Jon Foreman discusses his new solo undertaking “The Wonderlands,” the challenges of writing a song for each hour of the day and working with 24 different producers, why embracing the chaos in life is important, and what’s next on the horizon for Switchfoot. … More Jon Foreman

Walk the Moon

Guitarist Eli Maiman discusses how the band’s sophomore album, “Talking Is Hard,” differs from their debut, what attracts them to the ‘80s, and why they pride themselves on their live show. … More Walk the Moon