Year in Pop: 2016
Compiled select interviews & insights from 2016’s Week in Pop editions at a glance.
Third annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival
The Odd Future crew’s festival returns with Rick Ross, Mac Miller, Diplo and more.
The Internet at SOBs
How did Syd Tha Kyd & producer Matt Martians meet? Via the Internet.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib announce Piñata LP
The past five years of rumored collaborations pays off.
OFWGKTA Carnival 2013
OFWGKTA offers a carnival experience with performances by some huge acts.
Stream: Mellowhigh's self-titled debut
The collaborative record between Mellowhype and Domo Genesis.
Earl Sweatshirt at Bowery Ballroom
The 19-year-old rapper returns to New York City post Doris.
Week in Pop: Audacity, Blac Hollywood, Brandon Nickell, The Cloak Ox, Dazzletine, Little Band of Sailors
Fullerton reports, Vancouver vibes, memory art, Andrew Broder, P-burgh glam, & Rachel Mason's world.
Ladies First Edition
One lady to took the crown for the week, while another made claim in folly.
The Internet, Jade <3, and Denitia and Sene at The Paper Box
We found a cheap way to access The Internet offline at The Paper Box.
Tyler, The Creator and Earl Sweatshirt at Ace of Spades
Odd Future members play a sold out show in Sacramento on a Friday night.
Week in Pop: Beacon, HOTT MT, Jahzel, Richie, Steel Phantoms, Taught Abroad, We Are Temporary
Prayers for pop music, anecdotes from Queen Ashi Dala, sermons from Reverend Jahzel, + more.
Earl Sweatshirt, “Whoa” (ft. Tyler The Creator)
Does everything have to be one big cross-promo for Loiter Squad and Golf Wang gear?
Earl Sweatshirt, “Chum”
If this is Track 1 of the Sweatshirt sophomore album, we'll be plenty pleased.
Week in Pop: Lord Tang v. Window Twins, Nocando, Quelle Chris, unhappybirthday
Presenting you pop the globe over, from the main stagers to the new former-unknowns.
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