The charmingly neurotic singer/songwriter/producer talks about bucking the macho pop Svengali archetype, his Bruce Springsteen obsession, and the personal tragedy that fuels his own songs.
The 53-year-old frontman talks about the bands that shaped his pop-punk brain, from the Beatles to Bad Brains to Big Star.
After years of not expressing the queer, melancholy feelings inside of him, New York City singer Josiah Wise finally embraced his true self—by getting a pentagram tattoo on his head and making the most ominous music of his life. He couldn’t be happier.
With their 10th album out this month, all four members of Animal Collective sit down with Matthew Schnipper to look back on some of the most memorable songs of their career thus far.
In this track-by-track interview, the pop-house duo discuss their belief in face-to-face collaboration, working with Lorde, Miguel, and the Weeknd, and why they would have second thoughts about making a song with Prince. By Matthew Schnipper.