The Riff In "Where Are Ü Now" Is Actually Justin Bieber's Voice

The New York Times has a neat feature on the making of the song “Where Are Ü Now,” a single, or really the single off Diplo and Skrillex’s collaboration Jack Ü. It’s a catchy song, and the melodic flute-like riff that the song hinges on has been pretty much everywhere this summer. The compelling part of the producers’… »8/25/15 3:14pm8/25/15 3:14pm

Diplo And Skrillex On Charlie Rose: A Partially Fabricated Transcript

Popular music becomes harder to wrap your head around as you get older, but shit’s so weird these days that you don’t even have to be that old to find yourself flummoxed by it. The majority of people in their forties don’t get Taylor Swift, lots and lots of thirtysomethings are baffled by the success of Drake, and… »8/18/15 5:37pm8/18/15 5:37pm

I Can't Stop Staring at These Vape Trick Videos

The genus Selfie of the family Narcissus contains many species. There is the Selfie brunch and the Selfie drunk. There's the Selfie nail game, the Selfie duck face, and the Selfie humblebrag. But naturalists have only just begun to study a fascinating new breed, the fruit of a tremendous technological innovation in… »4/22/14 4:53pm4/22/14 4:53pm