Filmmaker Sally Potter, who just put out her debut album Pink Bikini, on the sense of yearning tied to the artform she's loved since childhood.
The multihyphenate artist, who won Best Actor at Cannes for his new film Nitram, on what's most important to him in life.
David Wexler, director of the SXSW documentary Disintegration Loops, on the way music has shaped all his cinematic visions.
Hubert Point-Du Jour, one of the stars of Showtime’s The Good Lord Bird, on how he has used music in his creative process as an actor.
They discuss country music's changing looks and sounds, and the genre's deep connection with hip hop.
The musician and former star of The Office on his reading and exercise regime during lockdown, and his new record, Slightly Altered.
They talk Little Richard, Flannery O'Connor, and why Beyonce is actually a blues singer.
Three incredible WOC artists discuss issues of space and representation in indie rock, and share their thoughts on how to fix them.
The friends and collaborators share the role of belief in their art, memories of David Berman and Jason Molina, and thoughts on “fluffing the nest."
The writer-director of the forthcoming historical epic The King on the special pleasures of his home country, music and the game of rugby.