Wednesday, April 8 2015
With a pair of singles, Yoko Ono furthers her case for artistic relevance as a proponent of fringe music that, like much of her back catalogue, was never intended for mass consumption.
Tuesday, January 4 2011
Yoko Ono may be the most popular septuangenarian you'll ever hear at a club. In a brief chat with PopMatters, she talks about dance remixes, her lack of regrets, and how another name of life for her is Surprise . . .
Thursday, October 7 2010
This October 9th marks quite a milestone.
Saturday, March 6 2010
Almost two weeks ago Yoko Ono and her Plastic Ono Band lead off the 2010 Noise Pop festival with a performance at the Fox Theater in Oakland.
Sunday, February 7 2010
PopMatters sits down with Yoko Ono to discuss her most recent artistic output along with the big ideas of life, death, and the Beatles.
Monday, January 18 2010
After a decade of making revolutionary house music, the Jaxx's Felix talks to PopMatters about working with Yoko Ono, taking that first step towards marriage, and the creation of their latest album, Scars
Sunday, September 20 2009
At its best, Scars sounds like prime-era Jaxx, the sheer amount of well-executed ideas and delightfully weird touches making them unlike any other dance artist this decade.
Thursday, November 6 2008
The Universe of Keith Haring digs under the artist's pop veneer and goes all the way to the surface, finding some kind of meaning in simplicity.
Sunday, April 29 2007
`U.S. vs. John Lennon' shows Nixon's efforts to quash a Beatle
Monday, April 2 2007
As successful as Yoko Ono's latest collaborative effort was, the companion remix set frustrates more than it entrances.