Feast your eyes: We’re announcing the Riot Fest 2021 first wave lineup a whole year and three months early. Tickets are ON SALE NOW.
A deep dive into the music of HBO’s ‘Euphoria’—which features a score by Labrinth, and a ton of familiar tunes (some episodes contain more than 20 songs).
Check out the whole collection over at RiotBrand.org. If you want any of our regular merch, everything else is 20% off with code APRILFOOLS at checkout.
Today, in celebration of Trans Day of Visibility, 100% of our merch profits will be donated to Brave Space Alliance—a Black-led, trans-led organization located on the South Side of Chicago.
As co-founder and spokesperson of The Satanic Temple (TST), Lucien Greaves has been playing a key role in shifting conversations about the separation of church and state through campaigns that include erecting a Baphomet monument on public grounds, to ensure equal representation. In addition to leading the nontheistic religion’s ever-growing activism, Greaves has completed his
Misfits, The Stooges, Joy Division, and a new track from The Voidz are just a few gems off the mix.
‘Pansy,’ the self-titled solo debut of Vivian McCall, wholly captures the struggles and triumphs of a trans woman simply existing. Listen to her new song “Trash”—for fans of Girlpool, Modest Mouse, and Laura Jane Grace.
Set in 2005, "Gateway Love" follows two 12-year olds in line for their first live show ever: Simple Plan.
For many folks who work at Riot Fest, Mikey Fivebucks is a very familiar face around the festival grounds each year. Usually rocking a half-shaven, half-bearded face that’s pretty hard to miss, his name comes from the fact that he does a lot of crazy shit for (you guessed it) five bucks. But if all
There’s cult cinema... and then there’s cinema about actual cults. Here’s a list of cult-obsessed miniseries, feature films and documentaries worth watching that you can stream at home.
Courtney Coles and Erica Perez, the founders of an online collective called To The Front DIY, want their post-COVID events to look a bit different than the norm—just like their traveling DIY photography shows had been.
For our latest Autodiscography, we catch up with the always-opinionated, never-resting Buzz Osborne (better known as King Buzzo) of Melvins—a band vital to the development of the Seattle grunge scene, from its infancy in the early to mid-80s to its apex in 1994. That’s when the bona fide alt-rock movement came to a screeching halt
Support Black-owned record stores this #RecordStore Day with 'Songs for You, Vols. 1 & 2,' a two-volume vinyl compilation featuring Lupe Fiasco, Common, Marvin Gaye, and more. Proceeds will be reinvested into Black-owned music shops across the country.
If you love music and hate wires, there’s a good chance that you already know about Sonos’s unbelievably cool wifi speakers. Thankfully, you don’t need to own a Sonos to get in on all the sweet programming.
Hard at work on Beach Bunny’s sophomore record, Lili Trifilio talked to us about how last month’s ‘Blame Game’ EP came together during lockdown.
Premiere: Kali Masi's new music video for "Guilt Like A Gun" plays out like a fantasy, taking place at a fictional record-release party for their sophomore LP '[laughs]' (out March 26). Watch via the link in our bio.
We’re all waiting on more than just true love this year. So if you’re looking for a cheap, witty card to stimulate that special someone with... wait no further!
According to the calendar it may be a Wednesday, but today is Friday in our hearts, as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” the first song to truly break the Internet.
For this year’s Valentine’s Day playlist, we’re focusing the songs that celebrate being alone—because it’s totally okay to be on your own.