sep 5, 2010
On this third episode of Soft Focus at ATP UK, Ian Svenonius sits down with one of the world's greatest rock and roll experimentalists, Pete Kember.
ago 12, 2010
Sitting down with two perennially fine composers, writers, and artists—and one-half of Sonic Youth.
ago 10, 2010
J opens up about the secrets of songwriting, an east-coast punk upbringing, and his near total disregard for bass.
jul 22, 2010
Fred and Toody Cole are part of the Greatest Generation of Rockers.
dic 1, 2009
Buzz Osborne is still in our books as the all-time king of heavy stoner shit.The day he graduated high school he turned to three of his friends and said "Hey, let's form that band the Melvins."
nov 24, 2009
Suicide are best known as the old New York punk band that most of the other old New York punk bands hated. Now everyone loves them.
nov 17, 2009
Jon Spencer was and is one of the greatest musical guys of our time, and if you weren't into Pussy Galore or Boss Hog or Blues Explosion at some point, you are not a badass. Sorry.
nov 16, 2009
Former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon on why Brits write off American bands as lazy. In this edition of Soft Focus, Ian speaks with former Blur guitarist Graham Coxon. Graham discusses his mixed feelings about being dragged through the whole Blur vs. O…
jun 17, 2009
The Sun CIty Girls show us how to kill the entire government.
jun 12, 2009
Mick does the rhythm of a car plant to explain the Detroit sound
jun 4, 2009
This week Ian heads to Chicago to talk with the city's most famous analog recording engineer about pretension, Pop Tarts, and the persistent decline of American taste.
may 24, 2009
The Fred Schneider of punk takes issue with our advertisers.*