Victoria Monét Discusses Her Assertive Debut Album “Jaguar”
The R&B songwriter’s album is for “the women who like to say what’s on their mind.”
Gordon Lightfoot: The Solitary Man Has Some Laughs on “Solo”
With the new Lightfoot doc premiering today, we revisit a conversation we had with the legendary songwriter earlier this year upon the release of his 21st album.
In Conversation: Amon Tobin Talks About the Electronic Psych-Folk of Figueroa
The Brazilian electronic composer’s debut under the moniker, “The World As We Know It,” arrives this Friday.
In Conversation: Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, and Terrace Martin Invite You to Their Dinner Party
The four artists want the music of their self-titled debut to bring people together.
In Conversation: Talking Heads’ Chris Frantz on His New Book “Remain in Love”
The co-founder of Talking Heads and Tom Tom Club speaks gleefully in his memoir, out today.
In Conversation: Tei Shi on Going Indie with “Die 4 Ur Love”
The EP marks the Colombian-Canadian songwriter’s first release since cutting ties with her major label.
In Conversation: Joe Casey Discusses Protomartyr’s Latest Attempt at a “Happy” Album
The Detroit post-punk group’s fifth album “Ultimate Success Today” is out this Friday.
In Conversation: Peter Kember on the Return of Sonic Boom
Solitude, mortality, and ascendancy make “All Things Being Equal” an unearthly delight.
Phoebe Bridgers on “Punisher,” a Product of Patience and Meticulousness
The songwriter discusses what she describes as her treatise on having a personal life during the apocalypse.
The Year of Sparks Is Just Getting Started
Ron Mael anticipates the releases of Edgar Wright’s documentary about the brothers’ career and Leos Carax’s musical “Annette,” which they soundtracked.
How Artists Are Making Some of the Year’s Best Music Videos in Quarantine
Evanescence, Glass Animals, Jessy Lanza, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, and their video directors talk about transcending quarantine’s creative limits.
Jeff Rosenstock Takes on All-Encompassing Violence in America with “NO DREAM”
Rosenstock discusses his new album through the lenses of the global pandemic and nationwide protest.
Behind the Music That Drives “Killing Eve”
We spoke with composer David Holmes from Unloved and music supervisor Catherine Grieves about the show’s killer soundtrack.
In Conversation: The Lemon Twigs Talk “Songs for the General Public”
Brian and Michael D’Addario on their new record and the sonic secrets at the heart of their ’70s obsession.
In Conversation: TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek Talks The Neverly Boys and Writing Without Pressure
The producer and songwriter-for-hire’s new project is mostly just a front for hanging out with Daniel Ledinsky.
In Conversation: A Not-So-Quick Talk with Stephin Merritt About The Magnetic Fields’ “Quickies”
Merritt talks Florian Schnieder, dates with Jesus, and writing songs under the 2:15 mark.
Hanni El Khatib Sheds His Rock ’n’ Roll Persona for “FLIGHT”
The songwriter discusses swapping his blues guitar for experimental beats on his fourth LP.
In Conversation: Alison Mosshart Is Regaining Her Creative Spark
The Kills/Dead Weather frontwoman details the origins of the first two songs issued under her own name.