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In Conversation
Miki Berenyi Reveals Her Life in Lush (and Beyond)

The former shoegaze group’s co-founder discusses her ultra-candid new memoir, Fingers Crossed: How Music Saved Me From Success.

May 06, 2024
In Conversation
Peter Hook Still Exhibits Plenty of Substance

The former Joy Division and New Order bassist honors both bands as he tours with his new group, Peter Hook & the Light.

April 19, 2024
MGMT on the Irony of Feeling Reborn with “Loss of Life”

With their fifth full-length, the self-proclaimed Birkenstocks of indie rock reemerge with a determinedly optimistic attitude.

February 21, 2024
Art & Culture
Perfect Day in NYC’s West Village: Dave Hill

The prolific comedian/musician (and his dog Luci) spend a day showing us the best things to do in Greenwich Village.

February 16, 2024
In Conversation
In Conversation with Kate Pierson of The B-52’s and Pylon’s Vanessa Briscoe Hay

As they prepare to release new albums—Pierson as a solo artist, Hay with Pylon Reenactment Society—the Athens-bred musicians reminisce about the legendary scene they helped create.

February 07, 2024
In Conversation
Stewart Copeland on Revisiting the Mysterious Klark Kent

Regarded as one of the most influential drummers in rock, The Police’s percussionist is reissuing his earliest work under the mysterious alter ego.

November 28, 2023

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In Conversation
Vince Clarke, Unintentional Solo Artist

Four decades since co-founding Erasure, Yazoo, and Depeche Mode, the synthpop innovator discusses finally going it alone with Songs of Silence—his debut record under his given name.

November 16, 2023
In Conversation
Johnny Marr on Living His Best Musical Life

With a new best-of solo compilation and gorgeous guitar book out now, the guitarist reflects on his many accomplishments.

November 03, 2023
Lol Tolhurst and Budgie on Finding Redemption in Los Angeles

The alums of The Cure and Siouxsie & the Banshees discuss finding true freedom with their latest musical project alongside producer Jacknife Lee and a slate of familiar collaborators.

October 26, 2023
Everything Is Alive (and Well) for Slowdive

Neil Halstead discusses the pioneering shoegaze band’s first release in six years, an unabashedly optimistic look at the dark times it emerged from.

August 30, 2023
In Conversation
Neko Case on Affirming Her Legacy with “Wild Creatures” Collection

After three decades as an acclaimed songwriter, Case discusses her much-deserved career retrospective, which received a physical release last month.

July 10, 2023
In Conversation
Alison Goldfrapp on Reinventing Herself with “The Love Invention”

Nearly 25 years into her renowned synthpop career, the Goldfrapp vocalist discusses launching her solo career with this effervescent debut.

May 25, 2023
In Conversation
Love and Rockets Take Flight Once Again

Guitarist Daniel Ash explains how the group is re-emerging from the ashes of Bauhaus, this time with vinyl reissues and a set of US tour dates.

May 23, 2023


In Conversation
Sleaford Mods’s Compelling, Uncomfortable Truths

Jason Williamson shares how the English post-punk duo continues to reveal our world’s darkest corners in a way that’ll make you dance on their unflinching 12th album UK Grim.

March 09, 2023
Perfect Day in NYC: Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello

From veggie burgers and Moroccan coffee to hardcore-punk record shops, the Ukrainian punk takes us through a perfect day in his adopted hometown.

January 11, 2023
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