Mike Ladd with producer Rough pulls up a wealth of succulent groove on The Dead Can Rap, nudging the think tank of his polemic poetry onto the dancefloor.
Director Antonia Kilian talks with PopMatters about unveiling the complexities of life in Northern Syria, especially for women, in The Other Side of the River.
Death threats, legal threats, and censorship: Director Ken Fero on police violence in the UK, inspiring activism, and his recent documentary, Ultraviolence.
Suzanne Santo is putting her bittersweet past in the rearview mirror. With her upcoming album, Yard Sale, she steers toward a better future.
Actress Eleanore Pienta talks with PopMatters about the challenges of indie film work, the appeal of broken characters, and our era of political correctness.
Filmmakers Jeffrey Wolf and Sam Pollard talk about artist Bill Traylor, born into slavery, whose works define this singular creative voice in American art.
Director Gregory Monro talks to PopMatters in an exclusive interview from Tribeca about the revealing words of Stanley Kubrick.
Scorn’s new LP adds to the foundation Mick Harris built 30 years ago. We spoke with Mick Harris, Kool Keith, and Submerged about how their universes collided.
Director Emmett Brennan on the Meditative Urgency in His Environmental Film, ‘Reflection: A Walk with Water’
Director Emmett Brennan talks with PopMatters about telling an environmental story that can benefit our lives with Reflection: A Walk with Water.
Carrying on a family tradition of folksy musicality with joie de vivre, Amy Helm rambles on as a performer enriching the same stomping grounds where her father firmly planted his roots.