The Canadian EDM duo spent a few minutes with us to share some background and hopes for UMF 2015.
The DJ and producer joins up with Crave to talk about UMF 2015.
Crave sits down with the celeb DJ at the SiriusXM Miami Music Lounge.
We talk to the American progressive and house DJ at the SiriusXM Miami music lounge at UMF 2015.
The first Japanese country music star tells us all about her new documentary.
Brian Wilson says ‘all the great music has already been written’ in an interview about the new movie based on his life.
The legendary King Crimson guitarist shares his latest passion project, with some exciting news on what’s to come.
The documentary director explains what he’s learned about Kurt Cobain’s life and tragic suicide.
We sat down with the legendary DJ before his performance at Bud Light’s House of Whatever to talk football and music.
L.A. quintet Grizfolk hit the Crave offices for an interview & studio session ahead of an action-packed year.
The iconic Aerosmith guitarist opens up on musical revolution, Joe Rogan and his excellent new book.
We catch up with Korn drummer Ray Luzier backstage at the Rockstar Mayhem Fest at Red Rocks!
Homme talks QOTSA’s big-bang world tour conclusion, and what lies ahead for the most revered gang in rock.
Crave sits down for an in-depth talk with Grieves, our featured Artist of The Month for June.
Laugh your ass off with our Q&A featuring Steel Panther, May’s Band of The Month on Crave.
The new film ‘Well Now You’re Here, There’s No Way Back’ documents Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali’s attempts to reunite the hair metal band.
Along with bandmate Gene Simmons, the legendary rockers are now co-owners of their own pro football team.
“We worked our asses off. And for someone to sit behind a computer and say they don’t like it…Well, you probably work at McDonalds, so f*ck you.”
Check out an exclusive riverside performance and interview with G. Love at SXSW 2014!
The director and real-life band at the center of the new comedy separate the fact from fiction and hope they really do become big in Japan.