The saxophone great, whose music exploded with free energy and nakedly emotional spirituality, had a tangled relationship with his adopted hometown.
Filled with music based on the sound of CD skips and errors, Oval’s 94diskont always seemed to be looking ahead to what the world would become—and now that world is here. By Mark Richardson.
On the same night Wilco surprise-released their new album, Star Wars, Jeff Tweedy sat down with Mark Richardson for a career-spanning interview at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
Mark Richardson talks about Aphex Twin's mysterious masterpiece Selected Ambient Works Volume II with Marc Weidenbaum, whose new 33 1/3 book details its gestation and impact.
Mark Richardson sits down with the 47-year-old journeyman singer-songwriter for a career-spanning interview about his personal history, his music, and the connection between the two.
The Roots drummer, master collaborator, and venerable pop historian talks to Mark Richardson about his new memoir, including amazing stories about Prince, Al Green, and more.
Mark Richardson examines how two remarkable songs-- Cat Power's "Nothin But Time" and Sinéad O'Connor's "The Wolf Is Getting Married"-- expand and contract the idea of what it means to be free.