Wednesday, October 6 2010
PopMatters speaks with Hypebot.com creator Bruce Houghton about how bands can make the new music landscape work for them.
Tuesday, August 3 2010
Lollapalooza is one of the biggest music festivals of the summer, but with 100-plus acts on the lineup, not everyone hitting the stage has the name-recognition of a Green Day or a Lady Gaga. In this two-part feature, PopMatters follows one band as it prepares for its first gig at an event that is expected to draw almost 100,000 excited music fans.
Tuesday, July 13 2010
In his interview with PopMatters, crooner and electronic producer Jamie Lidell talks about his upcoming tour, his new album, and starting to care about lyrics four LPs into his solo career.
Monday, April 19 2010
When not sickened with the United Kingdom turning into Big Brother, excited by the possibilities of YouTube, or stunned by their nationwide artwork banning, Daddy G of Massive Attack is more than happy to be back into the fold than ever before, and he tells PopMatters all about it.
Monday, February 22 2010
Proud of their Scottish working-class heritage, acclaimed fuzz-rockers Glasvegas contemplate recording a new album in Los Angeles, taking rock star lessons from Noel Gallagher, and throwing Beethoven into their music just because they can.
Thursday, July 29 2010
Family Guy marches on, but more and more longtime fans are finding less reason to stay the course.
Wednesday, July 14 2010
This collection showcases an outdated show's attempts to effectively utilize a "crazy black guy" to produce laughs, and proves that 30 Rock is far more suitable for the task.
Thursday, June 10 2010
The 1995 Rugby World Cup victory by hometown team South Africa may not have had the lasting effects on race relations many had hoped for, but it's still a hopeful moment worth revisiting, as Clint Eastwood does with Invictus
Sunday, June 6 2010
The long-overdue finale to FX's Nip/Tuck finally occurs with the sixth season. Anyone whose bothered to stick around this long will probably be satisfied with the results.
Sunday, May 23 2010
As Red Rowan conveys, the Eastern Front saw more WWII casualties than either the Western Front or the Pacific. It also involved millions of citizens from countries that found themselves caught between the Soviets and the Third Reich.