Frontman Jim Kerr discusses the band’s humble beginnings, their political years, and the future ahead.
The opening number of a stripped-back performance of MassEducation in Brooklyn.
Lulu was universally panned by critics when it came out in 2011.
She also shares what it’s like being watched by Lou Reed and how she sees solo performance like a standup comic.
Lou Reed and John Cale lead listeners through a seminal blend of arty audacity and frenzied aggression.
Featuring Lou Reed, Foo Fighters, Sonic Youth, The Cure’s Robert Smith, Billy Corgan, and more.
Including the band’s four LPs and the fabled “lost” 1969 album.
Listen to these with a candle burning and you’ll see your favorite films.
David Gordon Green’s heartwarming coming-of-age series comes to an end.
Sometimes an artist finds their true voice when they’ve shut the door on others.
David Bowie defended Lou Reed’s Metallica collaboration, Lulu, according to LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy
Plus, Murphy talks the American Dream album cover, The Cure, getting chewed out by Alex Chilton, and more as part of an expansive interview on The Best Show.
In celebration of the 2017 festivities, we crown the best Lolla lineup of them all.