How 'Trainspotting' Made Underworld's "Born Slippy" One of the 90s' Most Iconic Songs
We talk to Underworld's Rick Smith about the creation of the zeitgeist-capturing hit, working on the sequel 'T2 Trainspotting,' and shouting LAGER LAGER LAGER!
Dancing Queens: Uncovering 'The Hits of ABBA in Hindi'
How two Indian sisters in 1981 made a joyful ABBA covers album for an Indian audience.
Behind The Lens
Inside The Rolling Stones' Trip Across Latin America
We sit down with the filmmakers of new doc 'Olé Olé Olé!' to find out how they chronicled a band that's done it all already, culminating in The Stones playing to 1 million fans in Cuba.
Adia Victoria on How the Constant Trauma of Being Black Is as American as Apple Pie
She sings the wild blues and here discusses everything from her church upbringing to the stigmatization of black female mental health issues and more.
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How Martin Scorsese Used Rock and Punk Music Throughout His Career
'Mean Streets,' 'Raging Bull,' 'Goodfellas,' 'Casino,' and more demonstrate how Scorsese creates mood with specific music.
Nick Broomfield's New Documentary Is About an Alleged Serial Killer Suspected of Killing 200 Women
"You've got a sort of mini-genocide going on and it just doesn't penetrate because America's so racially divided."
Björk: The History and Style of a Music Maverick
I saw Björk once in a fish market in Reykjavík. She was buying fish. Observing Björk in her natural habitat does not normalise her. Björk is too otherworldly to quite pull off blending in…
Prince Has Ruled In The Style Stakes For Four Freakin' Decades
Prince used to wear leather-look high cut ladies panties like it was no big deal. We salute his sartorial supremacy.
The Woman Who Wrestled Bears
Deanna Booher has lived enough for five lives and had just as many aliases. Queen Adrena, Juicy Joy, Matilda The Hun, and Queen Kong are just some of the names she's gone under for her various guises. She's been arrested and jailed, she's wrestled a...
Chris Doyle Made a Japanese Monster Porn Musical
He also worked on "Lady in the Water," where he had a penchant for grabbing men's genitals, kissing women's stomachs, and walking around pantsless when studio heads visited.
Men for Sale
Montreal filmmaker Rodrigue Jean was planning to make a documentary about gay prostitutes in London when he was working there in the 90s, but hit a wall when he wasn't given the creative freedom he wanted.
VINCENT GALLO WANTS HIS BERRIES