Juliet Escoria in conversation with Adam Gnade, whose new novella Locust House is out now from the publishing arm of San Diego’s seminal noise-punk/hardcore label Three One G.
“I don’t think people realize that books are fake and you can do anything you want with a book.” Nicholas Rys goes deep in conversation with Scott McClanahan on the occasion of his latest projection, a collaborative graphic novel with Ricardo Cavolo about the life of cult songwriter Daniel Johnston.
Jaime Fountaine reports on a night with Iggy Pop, which leads to a reflection of self-editing, love, and freedom.
For the first installment of his curated series of Top 10 love lists by various artists, Steven T. Hanley catches up with Noah Cicero about his top 10 favorite country songs of all time, including Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, and more.
Brooklyn’s Humeysha blends the cinematic feel of a Bollywood soundtrack with the dream-glaze of Deerhunter and My Bloody Valentine. Lindsay Maharry caught up with frontman Zain Alam to investigate the origin and becoming of their sound.
We go close up inside the work and life of filmmaker Damon Packard, an offbeat character and underground fixture in Los Angeles whose films feature pastiches of classic Hollywood films, wild and paranoid plots, and a bizarre sense of humor.