Kid Millions and Bobby Matador learn “How to Be a Band.”
The friends catch up about life and Peacock Pools.
On the new book Common Tones and incorporating writing within a larger practice of music making.
John Colpitts talks with the actor and rapper about preparing for his role as a metal drummer.
John Colpitts (Kid Millions) reviews the new books from Jeff Tweedy and Brandon Stosuy.
John Colpitts talks to musicians from China, Italy, and South Korea about life in lockdown, and what the hell we’re going to do next.
The company prides itself as a “global community” bringing artists and fans together; here, John Colpitts takes a look at its practices as a business.
A review of Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York City 2001-2011 from someone who lived it.
John Colpitts (Kid Millions, Oneida) examines an iconic exhibition featuring an iconic exhibitionist.
John Colpitts (Oneida, Kid Millions) examines Brooklyn DIY through Goodbye Brooklyn: The Story of Death By Audio.
And learned some pretty vital lessons in the process.
Bill Kreutzmann's memoir is honest and revealing, if mostly for the already converted.
Kid Millions digs into the facets of an ideal mentor.
Even Kid Millions gets a bad review sometimes. Here's why it's counterproductive to read your own press.