Tag: Talking Heads

David Byrne’s Undivided Attention

“We Are Not Divided,” the new project from Byrne’s solutions journalism site “Reasons to Be Cheerful,” finds lots of ways to heal our political divisions—and to feel a lot better.

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.

Priests, “Nothing Feels Natural”

Priests’s debut full-length feels like a natural extension of the DC band’s early EPs while simultaneously pushing the band’s sound forward.

RIP: Bernie Worrell (1944–2016)

The funk pioneer succumbed to cancer at the age of 72.

He Said, He Said: The Wikipedia Hall of Fame

Two of our editors discuss their use (and abuse) of the online encyclopedia using the preferred forum of pop-culture enthusiasts everywhere: G-chat.

Control Room: Talking Shop with Ariel Rechtshaid

Jack-of-all-Genres producer Ariel Rechtshaid chats with us about his production origins, his recent Grammy win, and his current projects, including his position as head judge of Guitar Center’s singer-songwriter competition.

LISTEN: Archival David Bowie DJ Set Unearthed

“Hello, it’s David Bowie. It’s a bit gray out today. I’ve got some Perrier water and a bunch of records.”

LISTEN: Iron & Wine and Ben Bridwell Cover Talking Heads’ “This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)”

Folk duo share the same space for a minute or two.

David Byrne Announces a Musical and Visual Art Experiment: “Contemporary Color”

David Byrne is always one step ahead of the music world game, or is he one step to the side? Either way, any time the…

WATCH: This Full, Never-Before-Seen Talking Heads Show from 1980 Is Incredible

OK, this is rather amazing. Behold: Talking Heads live. Nope, sorry, no Coachella reunion this year (best let some things go, gang), but this might be…

60 Years of the Fender Stratocaster: A History of the Greatest Moments of the Electric Guitar

A look back on some of the defining moments in music history, played on the Stratocaster.

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