Norman Brannon talks Texas is the Reason, Emo Night, and the genre's lasting legacy.
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.
A true song of the summer reminds us that while the club is where we are free to be, the reality of life outside won't stay outside for long.
The former Texas Is the Reason member contemplates the legacy of Mac McCaughan and Superchunk, secret emo progenitors.
An early booster talks Charli XCX's new album. He does not love it.
Basement Jaxx: Still doing their own thing after all these years, even if everyone else is now doing their thing as well.
There's this Mannie Fresh interview on YouTube that I've probably watched a million times. Or at least as many times as you need to watch something...
Whenever I talk about my childhood, I feel like most people don't fully grasp the implications of growing up in the Pentecostal church. That's why...
At some point in the fall of 2010 I realized that, with the help of the right websites, I could start watching U.K. television in semi-real time.