Video Interview with Tim Kasher (PopMatters Premiere)

by Evan Sawdey

26 January 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 ...
 

Today, we here at PopMatters are excited to bring you the first in what will be a lone line of video interviews, starting today with Tim Kasher, the Cursive frontman who we caught on the penultimate performance of his solo tour for The Game of Monogamy.

Backstage at Chicago’s historic Vic Theatre, Kasher was candid and open with us, discussing why he chose not to write two more Ugly Organ‘s, how he deals with the frustration of those who feel somewhat betrayed by his songs not being autobiographical, and—after coming clean with soem of his regrets—how getting to open for The Cure was one of the highlights of his life ...

 

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