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As I learned up close and in person last year, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles can be a prickly, challenging interview subject, but he's also a fascinating and lofty conversationalist. As…   Read Story »
Marc Maron's WTF podcast has included interviews with a number of fine musicians this year including Thom Yorke, Nick Cave, Josh Homme, John Darnielle, and Aimee Mann. As of today, you can add Father…   Read Story »
Last year, Marc Maron was brave enough to interview the eternally reticent J Mascis on his peerless WTF podcast. Today, Maron's got an episode up with another Dinosaur Jr. member: Bassist Lou Barlow,…   Read Story »
It's a weird time for Bob Dylan to release an interactive video for his generation-defining 1965 song "Like A Rolling Stone," but Dylan did just release the massive 47-disc box set The Complete Album…   Read Story »
On his WTF podcast, Marc Maron has made an admirably graceful transition from being a comedian who interviews other comedians to being a general-interest interviewer who can draw on a lot of life…   Read Story »
Portland electro-pop duo YACHT's new song "Party At The NSA" is a lightweight new-wave jam about the surveillance state, which puts it firmly in the "99 Luftballoons" tradition of lightweight…   Read Story »
Marc Maron's WTF podcast is its own cultural beast now, but it started out as the podcast where comedians would get emotional and reveal deep truths about their fragile selves. We know, from his dour…   Read Story »
WTF is the podcast of standup comic Marc Maron. On the most recent installment of the podcast, Maron featured Nick Cave. They spoke about "his time as frontman of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and all…   Read Story »
Standup comedian Marc Maron has a tight grip on the podcast game with his endlessly engaging WTF. Twice a week, he shares conversations with an actor or comedian that usually dig pretty deep into…   Read Story »
Marc Maron's WTF podcast has been especially music-oriented lately with recent guests such as John Fogerty, Billy Bragg, and Huey Lewis. Today, the record-collecting comedian has released a new…   Read Story »