Greg Saunier (Deerhoof) on late capitalism, Limp Bizkit, and the polarizing new doc.
The two bands on how personal dynamic is what makes a good band — plus Teletubbies, surgery, and much more.
They discuss the magic of collaboration, improvisation, and other matters of cosmic music philosophy.
Stream Saunier's gentle rendition of the thrash metal band's presciently apocalytic 1991 album.
How the septuagenarian rock legend finds new music — and one of his discoveries.
The new album by The Artist Formerly Known as Cat Stevens is, wonderfully enough, of a piece with his earliest work.
The author of How Music Works explains how Barry Manilow's new album is emblematic of the way we live now.
Dirty Beaches’ literally timeless music makes Mr. Drozd want to be under the influence of some things he used to love to be under the influence of.
When we first meet our hero, his maracas are too loud and his guitar is a rectangle. His journey is already complete and his balls are pre-expanded...