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Rolling Stone

July/August 2022
Magazine

Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

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Rolling Stone

Aussie Punks Invade New York

King Princess’ Wild Life • The most outrageously quotable rock star of her time is determined to be herself

Ethan Coen Takes on Jerry Lee Lewis • He thought he was done making movies. Now, he and his wife-collaborator, Tricia Cooke, are back with the story of the Killer

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Back to the Future With Bachata’s Superstar • Romeo Santos made the music industry come to him. Now he’s got the ‘Formula’ to do it again

Say Sue Me: Sweet Indie Rock from the Seaside • Close-knit South Korean band aims for ‘bright energy rather than sadness’ on their great new album

Billy Eichner’s Big Gay Hollywood Rom-Com • The co-writer and star of ‘Bros’ explains how he made a landmark same-sex comedy for the ages

The Coolest Summer Gear • Stretch out, plug in, and rock out with these products to let the great times roll

We Are Living Through the Worst Eighties Reboot • Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is bringing back Cold War anxiety — for the MTV generation, it’s a nightmare that never went away

PJ Harvey • On her surreal new novel, loving Elvis, reconsidering her early work, and the irresistible allure of darkness

From Hockey Goon to Psychedelics Guru • Over four years in the NHL, Riley Cote pushed his body to its limit. After his playing days, he expanded his mind

Planet Hunger • Putin — and greedy CEOs — are already putting 20 million people on the brink of starvation. If we don’t make big changes now, we will face a global food crisis

‘They’re Wiping Us From the Earth’ • A trip to the front reveals Russia’s ‘scorched earth’ strategy and Ukrainian troops trying to hold on

YOU CAN’T KEEP A HOT GIRL DOWN • MEGAN THEE STALLION is reigning over rap while reeling from loss, betrayal, and violence. Here, the superstar opens up like never before about all of it

ZORA • A Black trans singer, rapper, and producer who makes edgy, joyful club anthems for a dark and frightening world

MÚSICA MEXICANA • How a new generation is reinventing traditional Mexican sounds in thrilling new ways

KENZIE • She helped invent the sound of K-pop, and she’s far from finished

SUPREME • In a moment of social upheaval, the clothing brand managed to become a bona fide cultural institution

QUINTA BRUNSON • The actress and writer behind the hit series ‘Abbott Elementary’ is quietly revolutionizing television

HATE5SIX • Tireless YouTuber Sunny Singh is bringing hardcore to the masses

STILLZ • The 23-year-old music-video director, who got his start as a photographer for artists like J Balvin, has helmed some of the most striking videos over the past couple of years. Here, he talks about some of his key projects so far

ROCK IN NIGERIA • A maligned genre makes a comeback

ADAMMA & ADANNE EBO • Identical-twin filmmakers make their feature debut

DRUM-AND-BASS • The U.K. dance genre could be ‘the new Motown’

CONAN GRAY • Pop’s oversharing next-big-thing on his rough childhood, buddy Olivia Rodrigo, and getting the hell off the internet

BORING TIKTOK • Showing love to the mundane things in life

GRILLZ • Flashy mouthwear is entering its most artful era yet

MOM ROCK • The alt-power-pop wizards are the best band you’ve never heard of

BLONDE • The forever-in-the works...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 138 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: July/August 2022

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Rolling Stone is an entertainment magazine that has been highly regarded in pop culture circles for its music and movie reviews, hard-hitting articles and interviews with favorite musicians, and the always-iconic cover images touting popular bands, TV personalities, and public figures.

Update

Contributors

Rolling Stone

Aussie Punks Invade New York

King Princess’ Wild Life • The most outrageously quotable rock star of her time is determined to be herself

Ethan Coen Takes on Jerry Lee Lewis • He thought he was done making movies. Now, he and his wife-collaborator, Tricia Cooke, are back with the story of the Killer

RS Recommends • OUR TOP POP-CULTURE PICKS OF THE MONTH

Back to the Future With Bachata’s Superstar • Romeo Santos made the music industry come to him. Now he’s got the ‘Formula’ to do it again

Say Sue Me: Sweet Indie Rock from the Seaside • Close-knit South Korean band aims for ‘bright energy rather than sadness’ on their great new album

Billy Eichner’s Big Gay Hollywood Rom-Com • The co-writer and star of ‘Bros’ explains how he made a landmark same-sex comedy for the ages

The Coolest Summer Gear • Stretch out, plug in, and rock out with these products to let the great times roll

We Are Living Through the Worst Eighties Reboot • Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is bringing back Cold War anxiety — for the MTV generation, it’s a nightmare that never went away

PJ Harvey • On her surreal new novel, loving Elvis, reconsidering her early work, and the irresistible allure of darkness

From Hockey Goon to Psychedelics Guru • Over four years in the NHL, Riley Cote pushed his body to its limit. After his playing days, he expanded his mind

Planet Hunger • Putin — and greedy CEOs — are already putting 20 million people on the brink of starvation. If we don’t make big changes now, we will face a global food crisis

‘They’re Wiping Us From the Earth’ • A trip to the front reveals Russia’s ‘scorched earth’ strategy and Ukrainian troops trying to hold on

YOU CAN’T KEEP A HOT GIRL DOWN • MEGAN THEE STALLION is reigning over rap while reeling from loss, betrayal, and violence. Here, the superstar opens up like never before about all of it

ZORA • A Black trans singer, rapper, and producer who makes edgy, joyful club anthems for a dark and frightening world

MÚSICA MEXICANA • How a new generation is reinventing traditional Mexican sounds in thrilling new ways

KENZIE • She helped invent the sound of K-pop, and she’s far from finished

SUPREME • In a moment of social upheaval, the clothing brand managed to become a bona fide cultural institution

QUINTA BRUNSON • The actress and writer behind the hit series ‘Abbott Elementary’ is quietly revolutionizing television

HATE5SIX • Tireless YouTuber Sunny Singh is bringing hardcore to the masses

STILLZ • The 23-year-old music-video director, who got his start as a photographer for artists like J Balvin, has helmed some of the most striking videos over the past couple of years. Here, he talks about some of his key projects so far

ROCK IN NIGERIA • A maligned genre makes a comeback

ADAMMA & ADANNE EBO • Identical-twin filmmakers make their feature debut

DRUM-AND-BASS • The U.K. dance genre could be ‘the new Motown’

CONAN GRAY • Pop’s oversharing next-big-thing on his rough childhood, buddy Olivia Rodrigo, and getting the hell off the internet

BORING TIKTOK • Showing love to the mundane things in life

GRILLZ • Flashy mouthwear is entering its most artful era yet

MOM ROCK • The alt-power-pop wizards are the best band you’ve never heard of

BLONDE • The forever-in-the works...


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