A personal essay from Adam Schatz on Sofar Sounds and the creator-creative dichotomy.
Norman Brannon talks Texas is the Reason, Emo Night, and the genre's lasting legacy.
The rapper/rocker/whatever-er went to TikTok and the coin machine for inspiration.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) talks bonding with his dad over rock & roll’s flops and misfires.
On Maximum Rock'n'Roll, hardcore fanzines, and asking Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against the Machine about the last time he cried.
Norman Brannon (Texas Is the Reason) on "emocore," Ian MacKaye, and emo's origin as an epithet.
The singer-songwriter-producer talks overcoming introversion and the stigma of reality TV.
The JuJu Exchange pianist talks Pro Tools and human compassion.
Robbie Fulks explores the classic album on its 25th anniversary.
For James Chapman (Maps), the album’s otherworldliness still lingers 20 years on.