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Interviews Archives Rock / Pop

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Christopher Denny’s Dem…

Christopher Denny has some explaining to do. Back in August 2007, Denny r… more »

Owel on Martial Arts, the Sma…

As far as music goes, New Jersey native Jay Sakong is what you might call… more »

Matthew Sweet on His Dark, Mi…

The year was 1992, and Matthew Sweet was enjoying a first rush of success… more »

Sarah Jaffe and the Risk of B…

Sarah Jaffe is caught between two worlds. In one, she’s an acoustic… more »

Liam Bailey on His Friend Amy…

Liam Bailey is feeling relaxed and relieved. The British singer-songwrite… more »

Literature on Punk and Indiep…

Though the final products are drastically different, indiepop and punk ac… more »

The Secret History of the Hid…

[dek class="right"]Forty-five years ago, the Beatles sparked a practice t… more »

Marian Mereba on Dixie Chicks…

File under: Dreamy folk meets “’03 Bonnie & Clyde”… more »

Pagan Poetry: Metal Musicians…

Even in the fertile creative world of metal, some of the most progressive… more »

The Director of ‘Beauti…

Anyone following the fortunes of Eric Green’s shoegaze documentary… more »

Pallbearer: Beginning to See…

In 2012 it was pretty rare for a metal band — especially a doom met… more »

How Megadeth’s Guitaris…

[dek class="right"]I played in metal bands for my whole life. And now I… more »

Willis Earl Beal: Fighting Ch…

Willis Earl Beal’s backstory precedes him and, at times, it risks o… more »

Adia Victoria’s Angry,…

Not long after completing her soundcheck at the Nashville rock club the B… more »

The Turbulent Success and End…

For a musician who has considered herself a pop singer for more than a de… more »

Strand of Oaks Stares Down De…

It was Christmas 2013 when death came for Tim Showalter. He and his wife… more »

25 Years of Slumberland Recor…

In college, Mike Schulman majored in English because he assumed the disci… more »

The Atlas Moth on Family, Psy…

The Atlas Moth’s expansive, ambitious third album The Old Believer… more »

White Fence on Songwriting as…

Tim Presley is a veteran musician, and the longevity of his career is a t… more »

Woman’s Hour on Creativ…

File under: Manicured synthpop packaged with striking visuals For fans of… more »

Inside the Strange Walls of C…

Before Matt Jones takes me on a tour of Castle Face Records HQ, the label… more »

Mike Cooper on Rescuing His L…

Legend goes that a kid named Mick Jagger wanted to start a band with the… more »

OK Go: Constantly Raising the…

In anticipation of OK Go’s fourth studio album, Hungry Ghosts, slat… more »

The Antlers’ Peter Silb…

Speaking over the phone from Brooklyn, Peter Silberman pauses carefully b… more »

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eMusic Reviews

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Doomtree, All Hands

By Britt Robson, Contributor

All Hands consolidates the advances made by Doomtree on the hip-hop collective's breakthrough disc from 2011, No Kings. Like that 10th-anniversary collection, All Hands was initiated by the group's three producers concocting mixes for the… more »

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