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Nate Chinen Jazz Innovator Vijay Iyer on the Music That Made Him

The 50-year-old pianist and composer details the artists and albums of his life, from the swashbuckling energy of the Star Wars score to the ecstatic musicianship of Prince to the experimental rap of Antipop Consortium, five years at a time.

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Jayson Greene The Rise of Dissociation Music

From indie rock to SoundCloud rap, artists are combating the hell of modern existence with blank detachment in their voices.

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Cat Zhang Grace Ives’ Hot Mess Anthems

In this Rising interview, the eclectic pop singer talks about bedbugs, indie sleaze, and trying as hard as you fucking can.

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Alphonse Pierre The Neptunes’ Chad Hugo on the Music That Made Him

The 48-year-old producer details the songs and albums that have meant the most to him—including ones by N.W.A., Daft Punk, and Arcade Fire—five years at a time.

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Clover Hope R&B Upstart Yaya Bey Wants More for Black Women

With her new album Remember Your North Star, the New York artist realized that her worth isn’t measured by how much she can endure.

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Pitchfork The 39 Best Albums of 2022: Our Favorite Music of the Year So Far

Bad Bunny, Rosalía, Big Thief, the Weeknd, the Smile, FKA twigs, and more of the best music of the first half of 2022

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Jillian Mapes The Music That Made Cyndi Lauper

From classic Broadway musicals to Joni Mitchell’s vivid songwriting to the genius of Missy Elliott, here are the sounds that shaped the pop eccentric’s life, five years at a time.

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Emma Carmichael The Radical Joy of MUNA’s Queer Pop

We tag along with the band as they get matching tattoos of their 7.7 Pitchfork score. (It was their idea.)

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Sasha Geffen Angel Olsen on Grief, Coming Out, and Making a Country Album

The singer-songwriter isn’t fighting heartbreak anymore—she’s digging roots into it and letting it flow.

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