How founder Chad Johnson brought back Furnace Festival
Furnace Fest mixes secular and Christian hardcore bands on the same bill. Founder Chad Johnson opens up about reviving the fest and some of its greatest moments.
TiaCorine is crafting her own superhero anime trap world
Get to know TiaCorine, an "anime trap" artist who meshes musical worlds together. Tia delves into her much-anticipated debut album I Can't Wait, out now.
How Polyphia helped bring virtuoso guitar music back
Polyphia's Remember That You Will Die is a labor of love. The band break down their latest album that puts a greater emphasis on collaboration than ever before.
Catch Sleeping With Sirens, BLACKPINK and more on tour
This is Tour Guide, a weekly recap of the concert news fans don't want to miss. From Sleeping With Sirens to BLACKPINK, check out who's coming to a city near you.
Blazzy brought more awareness to fentanyl overdoses with a shirt
Blazzy transforms everyday objects into bold artistic statements. With his “Say No To Fentanyl” T-shirt, the designer is championing awareness and safety.
How Have A Grateful Day is paying homage to the Grateful Dead
Have A Grateful Day is a clothing brand paying homage to the Grateful Dead. Founder Yusuke Komori explains how he's inspiring daily gratitude along the way.
Best fan fashion from Harry Styles’ Madison Square Garden show
Alternative Press headed down to Harry Styles' show at Madison Square Garden to catch up with his die-hard fans. Check out their eccentric outfits.
Youthforia, Gen Z's cult-favorite brand putting self-care first
Youthforia is the Y2K-infused, skin care-forward brand beloved by Gen Z. Founder Fiona Co Chan tells us about her start-up sensation.
How Glisten Cosmetics made wet liners take over TikTok
If you don't know Glisten Cosmetics, you know its viral eyeliners from TikTok. How did the company do it? We chat with CEO/founder Natalie Chapple to find out.
Tea time with Satan? Inside Satanic Tea Co.'s dark tea empire
Why not start your morning with a big cup of pitch black blasphemy? Steep, sip, and enjoy a brew from a company taking over the Tea market – Satanic Tea Co.
Chino Braxton bridges the gap between dirt biking and music
Chino Braxton is bridging the gap between music and dirt biking. In this interview, he explores how he brought Baltimore’s rawest subculture to the mainstream.
How The Cobrasnake became one of the first Y2k digital archives
Mark Hunter was at the forefront of the Y2K era. Hunter reflects on launching The Cobrasnake and creating one of the first digital archives of the 2000s.
Jamie Campbell Bower (Stranger Things' Vecna) embraces darkness
Jamie Campbell Bower reveals how Stranger Things changed his life. He also opens up about his past with addiction and his own musical journey.
How punk rock taught comedian Neil Rubenstein to pay it forward
Neil Rubenstein is carving out his own place in the comedy world. The stand-up comic discusses his punk-rock roots and touring with Motion City Soundtrack.
Meet So-Hee Woo, creator of the Kid LAROI's metaverse set
So-Hee Woo is the creator behind metaverse sets for the Kid LAROI, Oliver Tree and Trippie Redd. In this interview, Woo details how she brings them to life.
Paying homage to the internet pioneers of the ’90s
This State of the Metaverse Address is an homage to internet pioneers of the ’90s. Welcome to the Wild, Wild West of Web3.
PRISM Collective is helping others feel like they belong in Web3
PRISM founders GRL and REN are on a mission to onboard more artists in Web3. The duo is diversifying the metaverse and helping others feel like they belong.
Scab Shop, Deadfellaz bring tattoo culture into the metaverse
For the past quarter of a decade, Scott Campbell has been building his reputation as one of the world’s most celebrated tattoo artists.
Slipknot’s Clown breaks down Knotverse: “It’s a way for us to be as close to you as possible”
Slipknot’s foray into the metaverse was only announced this month, via a partnership with Sandbox, but it’s been a lifetime in the making. Inspired by the early days of playing the video game Quake online via dial-up internet with friends in different parts of the world to the creativity that came from editing the source code, Clown has always been interested in how communities can work together
Inside Goth Girlfriends’ London takeover
From "crypto bros" to "goth girlfriends," despite the vastly growing world of Web3, there remains an absence of diverse, marginalized groups represented in these spaces. Opportunities for artistic innovation are now being led by predominantly male, white, cisgendered voices, leaving little inspiration for women, people of color or those who identify with the LGBTQ+ community to