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 singer-songwriter and standup comedian sit down together in advance of their joint Sad Music, Sad Comedy tour.
For a long time, Brian Falduto was “the gay kid from School of Rock,” but now he’s happily writing new, exciting chapters of his life.
Nashville stalwart Peters chats with legendary actress (and fellow musician) McGovern about music, marriage, acting, Downton Abbey, and much more.
Dana Falconberry’s most recent tour is every avid camper’s ultimate vacation.
Marissa Nadler talks some of the best modern lyrics she’s heard in ages.
Kelsey Byrne’s — a.k.a VÉRITÉ — career was on the up and up while she served tourists Triple Chocolate Meltdowns.
Two acclaimed singer-songwriters sit down at the Pitchfork Music festival and rap about everything from The Difficult Second Album to stage fright.
The Weepies had never heard Rocky Votolato's music before this album. Now they're fans.
Having spent the better (obviously the wrong word) part of my listening life in a thralldom to both severe depression and the saddest music I can...