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Wednesday, April 8th, 2020  
Sondre Lerche – COVID-19 Quarantine Artist Check In

Apr 02, 2020 Web Exclusive

We are checking in with musicians during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to see how they are dealing with everything. What has their home quarantine experience been like so far and how is the crisis impacting both their career and art? Here we check in with Norway’s Sondre Lerche. More

Keeping Score – Nick Zinner on his Breakthrough Score for “Knives and Skin”

Feb 25, 2020

One of the best things about speaking with artists you admire and learning what has shaped them is discovering shared interests and inspirations. There's a reassurance that comes from finding out that an accomplished and fascinating individual whose work has uplifted the artforms you hold dear is not all that different from yourself. More

My Favorite Album: Jay Baruchel on Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s “Yanqui U.X.O.”

Feb 03, 2020 Issue #66 - My Favorite Album - Angel Olsen and Sleater-Kinney

Godspeed You! Black Emperor's Yanqui U.X.O is just the soundtrack to a fucking mental odyssey. I grew up in Montréal and if you were a kid in Montréal in the '90s you obviously knew who the fuck Godspeed were.  More

Keeping Score – Bryce Dessner Discusses Film Composing for The Revenant and The Two Popes

Jan 05, 2020 Web Exclusive

Thinking of Bryce Dessner as an indie rocker, gracefully turned film composer is a fun but inaccurate framing. More

That dress is killer: Peter Strickland on his film ‘In Fabric’

Dec 06, 2019 Web Exclusive

Peter Strickland’s new film has taken a long road to the cinema, but it’s finally made it. More

Keeping Score – Emile Mosseri on His Score for “The Last Black Man in San Francisco”

Aug 16, 2019 Web Exclusive

Honestly, you can’t imagine any other music in The Last Black Man in San Francisco. More

Keeping Score – Carter Burwell on Branching Out with “Missing Link”

Jul 11, 2019 Web Exclusive

The great composer for human drama finds his way back to the world of animation. More

Michael Chambers on The Boogaloo Shrimp Documentary and 35th Anniversary of Breakin’

Apr 16, 2019 Web Exclusive

The influential street dancer and '80s pop icon features in a new, career-spanning documentary. More

Keeping Score – Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein on Their Score for Butterfly

Mar 25, 2019 Web Exclusive

What’s your next move after crafting the music to a television series that becomes a cultural sensation? That’s the question partners in retro synth composition Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein were suddenly faced with after their modular magic invoked the spectral universe of Stranger Things. More