Three incredible WOC artists discuss issues of space and representation in indie rock, and share their thoughts on how to fix them.
We've teamed with legendary American audio gear-maker McIntosh Laboratory for a special new podcast series.
They discuss their erotic writings, the importance of expressing inner darkness, and the powerful role of language in self-identity.
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."
They discuss releasing music during quarantine, the tight community of “everybody in New York that makes weird music in Spanish,” and much more.
The IDLES' frontman discusses toxic masculinity, collaborating with The Streets, and putting human ashes into his band's vinyl.
They discuss subverting expectations in songwriting; reuniting with their estranged fathers; “one time only” sexual fetishes; and much more.
They celebrate the magic of record stores and the new Other Music documentary.
They talk writing processes, the gentle joys of life, and how live performers need to be, um, doms.
The two award-winning authors talk about why it’s important to read fiction right now and Jesus the Temple-trashing tough guy.