Tuesday, October 2 2012
Consistently sitting on a bounty of album-worthy material without record-homes to call their own, Tori Amos has worked overtime to help turn the notion of a b-side on its head. As part of its Performer Spotlight on the artist, PopMatters takes a closer look at a small but varied selection of some of her best non-LP offerings.
Sunday, February 26 2012
Sinéad's never going to play the game or be someone who has finally "learned her lesson", so forget it. Here’s someone whose career was derailed for being blasphemous. Well, as it turns out, she was right. It’s time to offer our apologies.
Sunday, September 18 2011
Tori Amos talks with PopMatters about her newest CD Night of Hunters, where she goes back to her classical roots and gets back on the piano bench for a dark odyssey that will both give you the chills and break your heart.
Thursday, August 25 2011
On the eve of her 12th studio album Night of Hunters, we take a trip through her Amos' catalogue to discern her 10 best tracks. To like Tori is to LOVE Tori -- even if you hate what she’s become.
Tuesday, February 1 2011
Charlotte Martin can wail like a banshee in the stratosphere, but she never sacrifices musical clarity or pop propulsion.
Sunday, April 4 2010
It's not often that a purely musical work can make us see a historical figure in a new light, but Here Lies Love is a fascinating exception.
Thursday, September 17 2009
Who better to review Tori Amos’ latest live show than a “crazy” Tori fan? Resident Toriphile Mazur sees Amos again, examines the fan culture he has been a part of for years, and hangs with the artist pre-show in the Rockette’s dressing room.
Friday, June 5 2009
Thursday, May 21 2009
On the eve of the release of her tenth album, Amos chatted about collaborating with rock Gods and Goddesses, how bootlegs could potentially cause divorce, and why a gal sometimes just needs a good wig to add an extra element of surprise to both her marriage and her live show.
Tuesday, May 19 2009
You might be surprised, the way a little sin can pull you back in.