Sunday, April 22 2012
PopMatters' Drew Fortune catches up with his former babysitter and Cursive frontman in this interview about concept albums, angst, and why happy songs are hard to write.
Tuesday, October 26 2010
An older and more experienced veteran of hundreds of shows and over a decade in the public eye, Kasher’s asking himself again what it means to be an artist in the commercial world.
Sunday, February 15 2015
Cursive's much-loved rage cannon of a record has been remastered, allowing one to hear every mangled guitar chord, every abused organ note, every polyp in Kasher's throat. It's makes a legendarily bilious album even more so, like watching surgery in HD.
Thursday, February 23 2012
As a seminar in how not to make a concept album, very useful! As anything else...
Tuesday, March 17 2009
Its high points undeniably high, the end result is nevertheless another mild disappointment from a songwriter who would do well to cut his songs loose a bit.
Monday, August 21 2006
Omaha postpunkers get political, bring the horns, on 14 "hymns for the heathen".
Tuesday, August 9 2005
Emo Pioneers Revisit The Bad Old Days.
Tuesday, January 25 2011
As the debut subject for PopMatters' new line of video interviews, Cursive's Tim Kasher discusses why he continually changes his sound, what he thinks of those who can't accept fiction as fiction, and why he'll never be "Weird Al" Yankovic ...
Tuesday, June 16 2009
Cursive's latest video from the rather crassly titled Mama, I'm Swollen features a daintily, white frock-clad woman running from Tim Kasher all dressed for a