Pop-punk’s Fefe Dobson returns with her first new album in 13 years this Friday. She chats about Emotion Sickness and her growth as an artist.
Director Christian Sparkes and actors Clayne Crawford and Alix West Lefler discuss the mystery The King Tide during its World Premiere at TIFF 2023.
Girls Against Boys are the crucial and criminally under-appreciated link between ’90s alternative rock and the 2000s post-punk boom. Freak*on*Ica plays well in these times.
Bernie Taupin, legendary songwriting partner of Elton John, reveals all in a new book detailing his creative partnership, hatred of touring, and love of cowboys.
The simple joys of writing songs and sharing them remain the driving forces for indie pop veterans Teenage Fanclub. Norman Blake and Raymond McGinley discuss.
Ramy Essam, whose protest song in Tahrir Square deemed him “a voice of the [Egyptian] revolution”, sings of suffering, longing, and torture, and uses irony to at times, make a point about certain oppressive conditions.
In this extensive interview, The Clientele’s Alasdair MacLean discusses the indie band’s new masterpiece, I Am Not There Anymore, and their lengthy career.
Eschewing male producers who didn’t necessarily see her creative vision in the past, Ralph also came out as a member of the LGBTQ community this year.
Conceived on acoustic guitars in Chicago apartments, Pelican’s breakthrough second LP gets reissued, with Trevor Shelley de Brauw spinning many yarns about its creation.
Wye Oak speak to PopMatters about their experiment-or-die perspective and what it means to make music at their stage of career and life more generally.