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On his new EP ‘Be Yourself,’ Taylor Bennett grapples with big questions about race, class, bisexuality and self-love. "We have to communicate. I believe that all these tyrants and bad things in the world are there to stop these conversations," he says. Click the link in our bio to read the full interview. Photograph by Troy Gueno

Throughout his tenure in the White Stripes and other projects, Jack White has stuck to the same rule: no set-lists. In our latest feature, he walks us through how he decides what to play on the fly. Click the link in our bio for the full story. Photograph by David James Swanson

Hayley Kiyoko has been dubbed “Lesbian Jesus” by her inclusive and dedicated fan base. In our latest feature, the “Girls Like Girls” singer takes us through her road to fame, playing matchmaker to fans, youthful dreams and how she knew she was gay. Click the link in our bio to read the full story. Photograph by Erik Tanner (@eriktanner)

Long before Broadway audiences turned ABBA's back catalog into group kitsch-karaoke and Cher crooned “Fernando,” there was 'ABBA: The Movie,' an attempt to give the Swedish pop stars their own 'Hard Day’s Night.' Click the link in our bio for a look back at 1977's valentine to Peak ABBAmania.

‘Midnight Run’ hit theaters 30 years ago today. In our new feature, Alan Sepinwall explores how a chase movie starring Robert De Niro and Charles Grodin became the 'Casablanca' of buddy comedies. Click the link in our bio to read it in full.

Chester Bennington died one year ago today. Throughout his time in Linkin Park, he had always been open about his struggles with addiction and depression, but his death came as a shock to many close to him. Click the link in our bio for an inside look at his final days.

For the past year, Rihanna has been recording a complete dancehall album for an upcoming project, according to numerous producers and songwriters. “[Rihanna’s team] have, no lie, 500 records for this project [from] different producers and writers,” a dancehall producer tells us. Click the link in the bio to read our full feature.

'Eighth Grade' filmmaker Bo Burnham gets candid about how his own experience with online celebrity and crippling nervousness affected his teen-angst movie. "Now we’re all acting like celebrities and commodifying ourselves,” he says. “Kids act like their own publicists. Click the link in our bio to read the full feature. Photograph by Taylor Jewell

The Struts just wrapped a three-night run in New York, opening for Foo Fighters. Swipe through to see photos and videos from their wild past few days and click the link in our bio to see their forthcoming headlining dates. Photos: Anna Lee - @annaleemedia

Grateful Dead released ‘Anthem of the Sun’ 50 years ago today. From vivid hallucinations to techniques borrowed from John Cage, we put together 10 things that informed the band’s 1968 studio masterpiece. Click the link in our bio to read the full list. Photograph by Malcolm Lubliner.

The Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine' premiered 50 years ago today. Having to make good on a three-picture deal that the band had with United Artists, their manager Brian Epstein had been looking for one last project to tie up that particular loose business end. Click the link in our bio to read why the psychedelic animated movie is timeless.

In her new novel ‘Any Man,’ Amber Tamblyn writes about a “truly ugly, villainous, almost apparition-type creature” – who also happens to be a woman. “It was really important to explore this idea of de-gendering violence and showing it as something that is systemic and pervasive,” she says. Click the link in our bio to read the full feature. Photograph by Roger Kisby

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