Once frowned upon, pop music has become a must for every music connoisseur. You get suspicious looks if you don’t have guilty pleasures, says music critic Carl Wilson in our interview and explains how we… Read More
Icelandic performance artist Ragnar Kjartanssons works are demonstrations of how thin the dividing line between happiness and sorrow can be. We talked to him about bodies in art and the symphony of life.
Stephin Merritt, the mastermind behind The Magnetic Fields, is not a man of many words. And yet, his new album tells the story of his entire life. A conversation about false memories, big post-its and Kate Bush.
Ezra Furman is a gender-fluid rock musician and practicing Jew. To him, that’s not a paradox but an empowering identity.
Penelope Spheeris chronicled the wild days of punk and captured a movement that has become a myth to adolescents around the world. She talked to us about what is left of punk and why it was the last revolution in music.
Moby’s newest album proclaims that “These Systems Are Failing”. We spoke with the musician about why it’s worth putting up a fight.
This is how you turn music into color.
How an ancient council turned lines into borders.
A compilation of songs from deep down.
The story of a musical genius, made at a crossroads one night