Sunday, August 17 2014
Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-creator and songwriter Stephen Trask animatedly answers questions about the production’s success on Broadway and more.
Thursday, July 24 2014
The Auteurs transcend the music of their time and place and subvert the notion of Britpop, Britishness, and the whole darkness of humanity.
Monday, June 23 2014
The Antlers' multi-instrumentalist Darby Cicci and singer/lyricist Peter Silberman speak with us about the process of creation, keeping your emotions genuine, and why their music is good for cooking to.
Tuesday, June 3 2014
That Hedwig is claiming so much success without losing its more challenging aspects and picking up “quadruple threat” Neil Patrick Harris in the process is nothing short of a miracle.
Monday, November 19 2012
The British comedian gets candid about himself, his own healing experiences, and the magic of hallucinogens.
Monday, October 20 2014
Reissue of the final solo album by the hugely overlooked Australian post-punk hero, Rowland S Howard.
Thursday, October 16 2014
Phil Elverum brought minimalist arrangements of songs from upcoming Mount Eerie release Sauna to NYC's Le Poisson Rouge, along with plenty of mystery and endearing stage banter.
Sunday, August 17 2014
One critic tries to figure out why everyone loves Fat White Family and she doesn't.
Tuesday, July 22 2014
Reissue of the overlooked indie classic by pop oddballs Eric Matthews and Richard Davies.
Thursday, July 10 2014
They are Serge Gainsbourg's songs, but it's Harvey’s show, and he does a fine job as frontman throughout.
Monday, October 6 2014
The Saharan band Tinariwen have been going strong since coming to international acclaim in the late ‘90s, playing the largest music festivals in the world and receiving a Grammy in 2012 for the album Tassili.
Monday, June 16 2014
We last heard from noirish trio the Veda Rays on the 2012 EP releases Die Fast and Life Kills, which were limited releases that are now out of circulation.
Tuesday, December 3 2013
Casimer Pascal and Vincent Casimir are an uncle-nephew duo with a fondness for tempered quirkiness and encapsulating the blighted Midwest in song.
Friday, October 11 2013
Judging from the devastation wrought from last year's Hurricane Sandy and a number of other terrifying natural tragedies, Mother Nature is regarding humanity with a lot of ill will.
Thursday, October 10 2013
Casimer Pascal and Vincent Casimir are an uncle/nephew duo, but they are as far away from LMFAO as you can get. In fact, Casimer & Casimir are so good at creating buoyant, timeless-sounding pop songs that even a passing mention of something as silly as that acronymed duo feels ridiculous.
Thursday, August 23 2012
The second annual festival -- curated this year by Afghan Whig's Greg Dulli -- promises to be a diverse and epic event. It takes place in New York City from the 21st to the 23rd of September.