Jan 23, 2017 Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary
Stellular, the sophomore album by former Pipettes singer and Mark Ronson-collaborator Rose Elinor Dougall, comes a full seven years after her solo debut, Without Why.
Jan 20, 2017 Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary
Two days after Led Zeppelin's concert film The Song Remains the Same hit theaters, The Damned dropped U.K. punk's opening salvo with their debut single, "New Rose."
Jan 18, 2017 Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary
We've come a long way in the five short years since Foxygen's breakout release, Take the Kids Off Broadway: a gloriously all-over-the-place disc of psych-pop and endearingly lo-fi rock freak-outs.
Apr 02, 2008 Spring 2008 - Flight of the Conchords
As the creative process tends to be an intensely private and solitary endeavor, it’s no wonder that many artists simply don’t have the ego strength or interpersonal skills to effectively communicate their vision without freaking out every time someone else leaves their fingerprints on it. Being a songwriter is one thing, but being a bandleader is something else altogether, and it’s up to every artist to strike the balance between stomping on every suggestion and letting collaborators run the show.
- Halloween 2013 Questionnaire: Still Corners "I always wanted to dress up as the hotel in The Shining." - Greg Hughes
- Wet Hot American Summer: Marguerite Moreau Katie Returns to Camp Firewood
- Sara Colangelo, Director of “Little Accidents” The filmmaker on her first feature, the misrepresentation of coalminers, and emerging talent Jacob Lofland
Jan 11, 2017 Issue # 59 - 15th Anniversary
Picking up the reins on a comic title is never easy. But doing so after a groundbreaking run on a legendary icon of comics? That's a near-impossible task.
Dec 21, 2016 Web Exclusive
The Monkees, Head, and the 60s examines the Monkees phenomenon and especially the movie Head with a critical, scholarly eye.