Wednesday, March 5 2008
Andrew Levy tells PopMatters how there's no blues in the Brand New Heavies' rhythm since N'Dea Davenport returned.
Monday, January 28 2008
The Truckers earned universal acclaim for their well-crafted rock albums and raucous live shows, but 2008 marks a new era. PopMatters talks with Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood.
Wednesday, December 19 2007
Timothy Braces gives the story behind the band's literal break-up album.
Monday, December 3 2007
Ryan Lenssen nearly had his hands cut off, made his bandmates re-record the same album three times over, and says that their latest album wouldn't have been possible without the help of Ayn Rand.
Tuesday, November 27 2007
PJ Harvey talks to PopMatters about her haunting new album, learning piano by ear, limitless imagination, and why she decided to do a string of solo shows to bring White Chalk to her fans.
Sunday, November 25 2007
The key member of Sunset Rubdown and Wolf Parade matches his ambition with his humility. And his coffee.
Thursday, November 15 2007
The innovative soul stylist tested the concept of God and what did he find? Patterson talks to PopMatters.
Wednesday, November 7 2007
Band of Horses' reluctant frontman talks about moving back South to record his new album, the fading playoff hopes of the New York Yankees, and indie rock's most influential beards.
Monday, October 29 2007
Even after decades of creating powerful music, first through Swans and now with Angels of Light, Michael Gira finds the creative process mysterious, chaotic and a little frightening.