Plus, a mini, bonus episode featuring Geoff Barrow (Portishead, Beak>) and Annika Henderson (Anika).
“Almost every singer and songwriter alive today would put Willie Nelson on their Mount Rushmore of living legends.”
Introducing a new column from our resident TV expert Shamir Bailey.
Nacho Cano (Harmless) on becoming a citizen and finally getting to "drive the car."
For Sam Woodring (Mister Goblin), J.I.D.'s second album harkens back to Lil Wayne's Tha Carter II.
A rare chance to catch these electronic music legends, speaking one-on-one.
"Congratulations, you are now ⅓ of a music booker on a cable TV show! Do not pass go, do not quit your day job."
Per Dude York’s Andrew Hall, “They dare you to hate them, dare to be hopelessly corny, and dare to go all-in when few others do.”
A new music video, plus a conversation with Strauss and her director Suzanne Jennett.
Bauhaus is protected wildlife in Zola Jesus's history.