Filmmakers David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg talk about ‘We Are As Gods’, which tells the story of environmentalism pioneer, LSD enthusiast, and Whole Earth Catalogue founder, Steward Brand.
Low Cut Connie’s Adam Weiner has much on his mind: how to fix the industry, how to find his creative inspiration, and how to get back at Trump’s ruining of his beloved Atlantic City.
The authors of a new and expansive oral history talk with us about Los Angeles’ 1980s glam metal scene and their book, Nöthin’ But a Good Time.
In this PopMatters exclusive, the directors, choreographers, and dancers behind Tina Turner’s platinum-selling Private Dancer video 45 recall how the Queen of Rock went from MTV to number one.
Taking a break from the pleasures of domesticity and enforced confinement, the ever-charming and loquacious Aidan Moffat of Arab Strap speaks with PopMatters of matters large and small, past and present.
Lead singer Rachael Price and bassist Bridget Kearney reflect on their deeply personal and emotional journey for “Nobody’s Stopping You Now” while helping Lake Street Dive continue to thrive with ‘Obviously’.
Creatively drained, going through rehab, and suddenly faced with a global lockdown, Langhorne Slim went through hell to find his muse again. He found it and thrived. Slim shares the “Quarantine Essentials” that got him through it all.
On the eve of Arab Strap’s latest album, PopMatters caught up with the erudite and thoughtful Malcolm Middleton to consider now, then, and everything in between.
‘Test Pattern’ director Shatara Michelle Ford talks with PopMatters about putting everyday fear into film.
What happens when Elizabeth Ziman of Elizabeth and the Catapult and comedian Robert Dean reunite to make a B&W lyric video (starring Betty Boop) for a splashy new single? Welcome to their dream world.