Monday, July 28 2014
In telling his story in such an accessible and sympathetic way, Box Brown helps even non-wrestling fans understand what made Andre "the Giant" Roussimoff so unforgettable.
Tuesday, February 25 2014
One of the most seminal acts of the noted Paisley Underground scene finally gets to see the warm up to their masterpiece get released in all its glory, and Steve Wynn tells PopMatters about the band's formation, live efforts, and oh so much more.
Wednesday, July 10 2013
Codeine. Come. Pullman. The New Year. A quick glance through Chris Brokaw's career is nothing short of intimidating, but after a successful reunion with Codeine, Brokaw sits down to talk to us about Come, the band's legacy, their new reissues and so much more ...
Sunday, July 15 2012
"I’m not a big fan of drum records, so I didn’t want to make one of those," says one of today's most accomplished and prolific drummers.
Tuesday, April 24 2012
The danger with any work on Bob Marley is that it can so quickly slip into just so much spiritual hoo hah; but in a way, it almost has to, or it’s not giving the story it’s fair due.
Sunday, November 25 2012
Peter Gabriel's commercial breakthrough gets the Classic Albums treatment, to excellent effect.
Wednesday, October 3 2012
“Suddenly it seemed like there were no more folk musicians.”
Sunday, May 13 2012
Their live show is an occasionally uncomfortable mix of polish and genuine raggedness.
Sunday, August 10 2008
It feels good to know, 25 years on, that George Michael has stuck around and found vindication, just like he always hoped he would.
Wednesday, July 9 2008
Mission of Burma’s continued relevance, cemented by the two excellent albums released since their reunion, is just one thing that separates them from the current crop of groups reuniting around classic albums. Their music, and their performance, is much too timely to ever be confused with nostalgia.