Interview -- Some names go down in history for their loyalty of service. Terry is about to continue in the family tradition, if he can just get through the interview.
Gary has a secret.
A job interview takes a strange turn when Gary reveals where he sees himself in five years.
Pitchfork contributer Cosmo Lee sits down with Jesse 'The Devil' Hughes in the Downtown Recordings' Soho offices to discuss the new Eagle's album, Heart On, and Hughes' special relationship with Denny's & The Outfield.
Canadian singer/songwriter Leslie Feist discusses last year's The Reminder, appearing on Sesame Street, and a mutual admiration of Metallica with Pitchfork staff writer Amanda Petrusich.
Jay Reatard talks about his hometown, his recurring bout with musical schizophrenia, and the origins of his name, in this two-part interview.
Pitchfork staff writer Jessica Suarez talks to The Black Keys about Oprah's entourage, the Insane Clown Posse, White Castle, and blowjobs-- basically everything except their new album, Attack & Release-- while Dan Auerbach dies of laughter. The whole time, they never get out of bed.
Pitchfork's Mark Pytlik sits down for a chat with ex-Pulp frontman and consummate showman Jarvis Cocker prior to his performance at the 2008 Pitchfork Music Festival.
Nick Cave sits down with Pitchfork staff writer Cosmo Lee to discuss the differences in working with Grinderman versus The Bad Seeds as well as his empathy for Lazarus.
Two of the world's finest metal groups chat with Pitchfork staff writer Jessica Suarez about their double-bill at Brooklyn's Masonic Temple, plus superfan cops with all the best weed hookups.
Yes, that U2. What's most striking about watching Bono, the Edge, and Adam Clayton discuss their history and new album is how much they seem like regular guys-- give or take a Bob Dylan anecdote. Parts 1 and 2 up now.
Nick Cave discusses his latest endeavors, both music and non-music related.
Learn all about Sonic Youth's new album, The Eternal, and how a bow tie sidelined Thurston Moore's early flute aspirations in thisexclusive interview with the one-and-only Sonic Youth.
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