Aug 28, 2015 Web Exclusive

The standups open up about the tragedy and comedy in their new documentary, Call Me Lucky.  More

Aug 25, 2015 Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Will Butler must be crazy. One assumes that was the first thought that flashed through the minds of songwriters everywhere when they heard that the Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist had decided to write, record, and release a new song every day during the last week of February. More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

Going to school in London Ellie Rowsell knew she wanted to be in a band. Unfortunately none of the people she knew within her immediate social circle could even put a few chords together on guitar or play the drums.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

You probably know more about The Walking Dead than Cliff Curtis. Though the zombie thriller has utterly dominated cable TV for the past three years, pulling in a record-setting 17 million viewers for its season five premiere, Curtis was not one of them.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

In 2008, The Walking Dead executive producer Gale Anne Hurd had no reason to believe that the zombie drama would ever be anything more than a cable TV curiosity.  More

Aug 21, 2015 Web Exclusive

Over the last 15 years, James Ransone has built his career on cult roles. Television fans are most likely to recognize him from his David Simon collaborations. On the second season of The Wire he played Ziggy Sobotka, the wayward son of the head of the dockworkers’ union; he starred in Generation Kill as Corporal Josh Ray Person, the motormouthed driver of the lead Humvee. More

Aug 20, 2015 Issue #54 - August/September 2015 - CHVRCHES

Cliff Curtis isn't used to playing nice guys. Over his 22-year career, the New Zealand-born actor has played a gang member (Training Day), an FBI man (Live Free or Die Hard), a cranky Marine (Runaway Jury), and a variety of drug dealers and otherwise unsavory characters (Bringing Out the Dead,Blow). More

Aug 17, 2015 Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Ellis Ludwig-Leone has a degree in classical music composition from Yale University. He has earned residency at the prestigious Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada. More

Aug 14, 2015 Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

A few days before our interview, Ben Gibbard broke his right wrist. An avid long-distance runner for the past number of years, regularly clocking in 50 or more miles in a given week, the Death Cab for Cutie frontman was taking part in a 50K trail race on Washington's Orcas Island when he crossed a slick wooden bridge along the 20 mile mark. More