Australian singer-songwriter also revisits the open mic nights that changed her life.
Bassist Bob Hardy talks about remixes, reviving old favorites, and the benefits of building upon the past.
The 1975 classic turned Roger Daltrey into a heartthrob for teenyboppers everywhere.
The Born of Osiris guitarist discusses the band’s new album, The Simulation, and more.
Noah Lennox also explains what sets apart his new album from his previous three releases.
She also discusses finally meeting Liz Phair and aging with grace.
The Losers wheel through Rob Reiner’s 1990 adaptation.
Bradford Cox explains what happens when you record the impossible.
The Opus revisits the parties, kazoos, and guitar wizardry that went down at the Record Plant.
Songwriter and guitarist talks The Smashing Pumpkins, Queen, and a version of shock therapy.
Fun fact: She once saw Jars of Clay.
For its second episode, Discography chronicles “Live at Leeds” to John Entwistle’s “Rigor Mortis Sets In”.