Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks’ favorite films
The seminal punk offers up some seminal movies to dig into.
The Incredible Lightness of Being Chumped
On their new album, tour lessons, and living más.
second Master Cactus
On the humanness of humor, cassette culture, and hearing the way we see.
A label that handles the packaging with the same care it gives to the music.
Two Inch Astronaut’s Least Favorite Songs
Songs the band wouldn’t touch with a pole, unless paid the proper amount.
A Living Tribute to Death By Audio
An ongoing account of what the space—and more importantly, the people—meant to Brooklyn.
The World Underground: East Asia tour diary
Partnered with AWEH.TV, our correspondent explores Northeast China, South Korea, and Japan.
Riding the Wave with Girlpool
When self-growth and touring occur simultaneously.
From England to Iran: tracking TALA
England’s electronic enigma discusses her pleasure in averting classification.
Strength in Simplicity: Mary Timony on doing her own thing
The DC punk songwriter talks about honing her craft.
A look into the hectic and strange industry of releasing horror movie soundtracks.
Patterns from the outside: an interview with Grouper
With her tenth album, Liz Harris is observing from a stripped perspective.
No looking back for Dope Body
The Baltimore band on being a Lifer.
In reluctant defense of Ted Nugent by Zack Weil of Oozing Wound
He’s a bigoted fuck that pioneered butt rock, but he also made “Stranglehold”.
Documenting hip-hop liner notes with Brian Coleman
The author of Check The Technique discusses Volume II of his hip-hop history texts.