He also explains how buzz from SXSW helped launch the band and the time he bartered musical gear.
A comprehensive breakdown of the show’s expansive and imaginative second run.
CoS speaks with the director of the cult favorite as it turns 25 this month.
A father and son go the distance to a ballpark in the cornfields of Dyersville, Iowa.
An eclectic return to form for one of modern pop’s great vocalists.
The Losers sort through the best tales of King’s 1985 short story collection.
Mike Lindsay also talks to Kyle Meredith about a new Tunng album with the band’s original lineup.
Over the last 25 years, the series has gone from one of boundless possibility to one of narrow perspective.
“Phair’s voice was exactly what I needed as I grew from being a teenager to a young adult woman.”
A posthumous album reveals the humanity behind the comedian’s darkest material.
The second episode of our Kubrick series focuses on the director’s war films.
The Beavis and Butt-Head spin-off remains an unflinching look at teenage life 20 years later.
Jazz saxophonist capitalizes on his newfound fame to deliver something truly genius.
The Blur guitarist also discusses the 20th anniversary of his debut solo album, The Sky Is Too High.