Programming also includes Iggy Pop, Tim Hecker, Fucked Up, and more.
“The fact I’m a woman and I can do what I do, it’s kind of unique, really.”
“The last album, we sort of call it “hell” – it was like divorce! So we are doing paradise now. Utopia.”
Will 2016 be Kendrick’s year, or will the Grammys leave us scratching our heads yet again?
J. Tillman also weighs in on the upcoming presidential election, the blurred lines between top 40 and indie, and more.
“It’s sort of celebrating simplicity and clarity …”
Björk, Drake, Flying Lotus, Jamie xx, Wilco, My Morning Jacket, and Chemical Brothers also pick up nods.
Director Jesse Kanda invents a whole new camera so you can get a real inside look.
This year belonged to the artists hungry to tell the truth.
Movie gift ideas for the close kin who turn shopping into a litmus test.
“Nature has no lawyer to defend her case.”
Coming exclusively from Rough Trade, and limited to just 2,000 copies.