The singer-songwriter offers up an introduction to the Elton John chapter of her book, Girl to City: A Memoir.
Black Marble’s Chris Stewart examines his move from New York to LA in the context of his new album, Bigger Than Life.
Dominic Angelella on the time he unknowingly plagiarized a riff from “Rubin and Cherise” (and learned to appreciate the Dead along the way).
The guitarist talks insecurity and the importance of playing music with other women.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) talks the animated music video he made for a Daniel Johnston song as a teenager.
Shamir pays tribute to the godfather of bedroom pop.
Maddie Ross talks performing across America with her "lifelong songwriting idol."
The Mother Hips frontman on speedflying through a midlife crisis.
A love letter to the game that inspired their new album.
A personal essay from Adam Schatz on Sofar Sounds and the creator-creative dichotomy.