Cheers to the piano-playing alternative artist Bishop Briggs with a booming voice who struck gold with her breakout single, found love in La La Land, and always knew she had more in common with the queen of Lilith Fair than just musical talent.
Promising 20-year-old singer-songwriter Jade Bird won't stop touring until she wins over the hearts and minds of Young America — one state at a time. Get to know her before she conquers the world.
Once a duo, the '90s dance kingpins the Crystal Method are now just one member: Scott Kirkland and his many guests. Kirkland talks to PopMatters about losing a member, the changing of the scene, and how they got their name in the first place.
From "Love in C Minor" to "Supernature", legendary drummer and producer Marc Cerrone recalls the classic recordings that propelled him to the forefront of disco and beyond.
Trampled By Turtles' stunning bluegrass cred hasn't been without strife and separation, yet their post-2016 hiatus found a way to reinvigorate. Interview with Erik Berry.
With Woman Worldwide, the French electronic duo Justice recorded an unusual experience: a live album… recorded in a studio.
As we learn in this interview, when Jason Lutes began drawing the Berlin series in the '90s, he had no idea his own country would be facing the threat of fascism, again, by the time he completed it.
The world premiere of Videoman (Videomannen) at Arrow Video FrightFest 2018 finds director Söderström telling a tale of characters that are trying to deal with reality.
Paul Collins Addresses the "Killer Inside" Ahead of New Album, 'Out of My Head' (premiere + interview)
Power pop master Paul Collins finds a new creative foil for masterful collection that celebrates his signature sound while sounding thoroughly contemporary.
Frontman William DuVall discusses Alice in Chains' sessions for its first album tracked in Seattle in over 20 years and the emotional and psychological impact of recording on the group's home turf.
Now screening at Arrow Video FrightFest 2018, François Simard, Yoann-Karl Whissell and Anouk Whissell of Summer of 84 discuss with PopMatters something far more scary than the suburbs: the audience.
Putting the sizzle in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Ariana DeBose charts her own course to Broadway stardom.
From murky '70s soul and Afro-Brazilian jazz to the rhythms of Africa, Australian rapper N'fa Jones explores all reaches of sound to expand his eclectic hip-hop.