Tag: In Conversation
In Conversation: A. Savage of Parquet Courts on Introspection and Words that Rhyme with Eyes
With an art exhibit and a debut solo album to offer, the ever-busy lyricist and visual artist opens up on his creative process with expected verbosity and frankness.
In Conversation: Sarah Adina Smith on Motels, Beautiful Accidents, and “Room 104”
The celebrated indie auteur looks to make her mark in television on Mark and Jay Duplass’s HBO anthology series.
In Conversation: Terry and Gyan Riley Talk Desert Daze, LSD, and Familial Communication Through Music
The architect of modernist music and his classically trained son take their playful improvisation to Joshua Tree.
In Conversation: Ted Leo Is Building a Home
Having formally stepped away from the Pharmacists for the first time in his career, Leo is taking a new approach at this whole rock star thing.
In Conversation: With “Mellow Waves,” Cornelius Crashes on American Shores Again
It took eleven years, but the Japanese songwriter has returned.
In Conversation: Ice Cube Is Still Steady Mobbin’
Twenty-five years after he released one of the most controversial records in hip-hop history, the LA rapper-turned–family man has regrets—but not many.
In Conversation: Algiers Expose “The Underside of Power”
Class warfare, civil rights, Donald Trump: That’s not the whole story.
In Conversation: Kevin Morby Reflects on City Life and the Joys of Solitude
The well-traveled musician seeks a quiet place to reflect on his old life as a city dweller.
In Conversation: Forest Swords Finds the Barest Way to Beauty
The British producer and sound collagist talks about opening himself to collaboration and simplifying his sound on his latest—and best—album, “Compassion.”
In Conversation: Tom Perrotta Finishes “The Leftovers”
Halfway through the show’s final season, the HBO show’s co-creator reflects on what it all means.
In Conversation: Hari Kunzru Talks “White Tears,” Cultural Appropriation, and Record Collecting
Some questions are more complicated than they seem.
In Conversation: Holly Taylor of “The Americans” on Age, Deception, and Loyalty
Season five of FX’s Cold War drama has arrived at an…interesting…time in contemporary Russian/American relations. But some themes are universal.
In Conversation: Jessica Luther Talks Rape Culture in College Football
With the issue of rape and sexual assault having turned into an epidemic inside of collegiate football programs, Luther’s book, “Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape,” takes a complete look at the problem—and offers a playbook of solutions.
In Conversation: Sinkane on Positivity in the Age of Trump
Even with the new regime in power, the musical polymath is still feeling good.
In Conversation: Nikki Glaser on Trump, Catharsis, and Comedy
The stand-up comedian talks about the possibilities for comedy under the new administration ahead of her appearance at Riot LA.
In Conversation: Thomas Dolby Drops Science Like Galileo Dropped the Orange
After pop stardom, the “She Blinded Me with Science” singer set his sights on the intersection of music and technology.
In Conversation: “Loving” Composer David Wingo on Separating Inspiration and Imagination
Jeff Nichols is one of the most exciting directors working today, not just because of his own artistic vision, but also because of the people…
In Conversation: Director Justin Tipping Talks “Kicks”
In the Bay Area director’s debut, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April and is now getting a digital release, a pair of Jordans is worth more than its price tag.