‘I have made and created things that I don’t think I ever would have created without this period of time…I’m grateful for what it’s given me.’
In this episode, The National's frontman talks about the unique life experiences that led to recording his latest release as a solo artist, 'Serpentine Prison.'
The Jamaican-born, LA-based graphic artist played a key role in Bob Marley’s story.
In this latest episode, the much-respected American musician talks about how things changed after touring with The Rolling Stones.
Narrated by Public Enemy's Chuck D, the episode features interviews with rappers 2 Chainz and LL Cool J and more.
Hosted by Tom DeSavia, 'Gone in 30 Minutes' is a podcast and video series limited to a 25-minute remote interview, ending with a 5-minute Lightning Round of inventive questions.
In the latest in this on-going series, The White Buffalo reveals that life on the road can get very hairy for a solo performer.
The legendary filmmaker also picked out titles by X, The Doors, Pink Floyd and more.
The interactive story-telling game will be released on iOS and Android on September 24.
The Megadeth frontman says, "“My collection of vinyl was pretty varied - It wasn't enormous but it was very diversified."
Gibson's on-going video series, 'The Collection' takes viewers on a deep dive into the extraordinary, personal guitar collections of music’s biggest artists.
A renowned music writer and critic, London-born Reynolds is also a lifelong fan of vinyl.
‘Craft Recordings Presents: Shoplifting’ captures artists and tastemakers as they raid the acclaimed reissue label’s vinyl bins.
The latest in the series presents a visual celebration of what Bob Marley and his music means to the surf and skateboarding community worldwide.
As Rollins discovers, both Nina Gordon and Louise Post are staunch supporters of releasing music on vinyl.