A Conversation With Van Duren

A Conversation With Van Duren

If Big Star was one of rock history’s great oversights, it’s a bit easier to understand the plight of one
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A Conversation With Ed Robertson (Barenaked Ladies)

A Conversation With Ed Robertson (Barenaked Ladies)

Back in 2000, Barenaked Ladies’ Maroon was its own sort of panacea for America’s millennium blues. The Toronto quintet’s fifth
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A Conversation With Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus)

A Conversation With Dave Faulkner (Hoodoo Gurus)

Many bands have used 1960s garage punk as a jumping off point for their sound, but few have done so
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A Conversation With Joey Molland (Badfinger)

A Conversation With Joey Molland (Badfinger)

Joey Molland is the last one standing in Badfinger, a band whose horrific hard-luck story is one of rock’s great
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A Conversation With Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes)

A Conversation With Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes)

Dawes has been nothing if not consistent, releasing an album every two years (or less) since its 2009 debut. And
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A Conversation With Chris Hillman (Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas, Desert Rose Band)

A Conversation With Chris Hillman (Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas, Desert Rose Band)

Singer, songwriter, bassist, mandolin/guitar player. Chris Hillman has worn many hats in his long musical career as a solo artist
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A Conversation With Chris Stamey

A Conversation With Chris Stamey

Chris Stamey, founder of wonderfully off-kilter pop mavens the dB’s, has had a wide-ranging and fruitful career with numerous solo
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A Conversation With Richard Butler (Psychedelic Furs)

A Conversation With Richard Butler (Psychedelic Furs)

Any band that was big in the ’80s has a lot to answer for when it chooses to mount a
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A Conversation With Jack Gibson (Tenlons Fort)

A Conversation With Jack Gibson (Tenlons Fort)

While rolling through the small town of Waller, Texas, singer/songwriter Jack Gibson watched his hero Daniel Johnston start to fall
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A Conversation With John Davis (Lees Of Memory)

A Conversation With John Davis (Lees Of Memory)

With the new, self-released Moon Shot, singer/songwriter/guitarist John Davis and his Lees Of Memory cohorts (guitarist Brandon Fisher and drummer
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A Conversation With Tim O’Reagan (Jayhawks)

A Conversation With Tim O’Reagan (Jayhawks)

Tim O’Reagan is about as unassuming as they come. You might even call him the “quiet Jayhawk” (not that anyone
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A Conversation With David Gordon (FUNKILLER)

A Conversation With David Gordon (FUNKILLER)

While sitting at his home in Gainesville, Fla., David Gordon apprehensively chats about his forthcoming FUNKILLER record. Talking about his
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A Conversation With Dennis DeYoung (Styx)

A Conversation With Dennis DeYoung (Styx)

Inside most indie rockers of a certain age there’s a closet Styx lover. The group may never have been a
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A Conversation With Looprider

A Conversation With Looprider

On last year's Ouroboros, Looprider unleashed a sound that mixes equal parts punk energy and sludgy stoner rock. Just like
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A Conversation With Loscil

A Conversation With Loscil

“Music intended to serve as an unobtrusive accompaniment to other activities” is how ambient music is defined by Webster’s Dictionary.
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A Conversation With Brendan Benson

A Conversation With Brendan Benson

It’s been almost seven years since Brendan Benson’s last solo album, which makes the release of Dear Life (Third Man)
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A Conversation With SAVAK

A Conversation With SAVAK

Rotting Teeth In The Horse’s Mouth (Ernest Jenning) is SAVAK’s fourth LP of jittery, yet insanely catchy, post-punk-inflected rock. As
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A Conversation With Kim Richey

A Conversation With Kim Richey

The fact that Kim Richey felt impelled to completely rework 2000’s Glimmer would imply that she was never happy with
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