Sunday, January 1 1995
David Tibet talks about the frightening images and transcendent beauty at the heart of his new album Black Ships Ate the Sky in a rare interview with one of experimental music's most intriguing characters.
David Cross talks like a guy who wants to just give it to you straight, but you won't shut the hell up and let him talk -- and he's got a lot to say.
Photo Credit: Raj Luke The first time I interviewed Cracker, I squatted in a dark alley behind DC’s old 9:30 Club with co-leaders David Lowery
The ex-Blur guitarist discusses his first post-Blur disc and his arrival as a solo artist.
Despite a gift for words, the singer-songwriter can't explain how things have turned out like this for him, not that he's complaining.
If Scientology is all you know about Chick Corea, you are missing out on one of the best pianists in jazz history. Here he talks with PopMatters about his eclectic career, his most recent record and his passion for improvisation.
The X remains a mysterious placeholder for a band that won't stay still.
Common's returned, and he's not being backed into the Corner.
PopMatters talks to the Click Five, perhaps the world's first boy band influenced by The Cars.
Castanets' songwriter gives us the current low-down.
Caitlin Cary and Thad Cockrell let their joy bloom while talking about their new album.
CAITLIN CARY While You Weren’t Looking(Yep Roc)US release date: 26 March 2002 Pony Girl “I’ll let you know that I may have to
The New Cars get ready to hit the road with singer Todd Rundgren.
Vanessa Carlton grows up as an artist and a person, and she tells PopMatters all about it.
Best known for their smash hit off the Romeo and Juliet soundtrack, fresh of a hiatus from American audiences, and moving in an entirely new direction, the nearly decade-old Cardigans find themselves in a curious place. Are they a one hit wonder, long time cult act, or fresh new face? PopMatters investigates.
Laura Cantrell got some surprising help on the way to being one of indie's premiere country singers.
Jerry Cantrell has had a rough year.
'The heart of blues music is about feeling. You're trying to get to the root of the matter. You're just laying it out.' Kate Campbell's talks about art, Elvis, Internet distribution, and the beauty of the blues.
The Scottish singer explains how she paired up with Mark Lanegan for a new album, and why that's slightly easier than partnering with Gram Parsons.
Calla's Aurelio Valle chases the 'real things in life' and manages to avoid becoming depressed about them.