Since legendary Chicago band Cap'n Jazz reunited earlier this year, Tim Kinsella has done only two interviews. Today Eight Forty-Eight airs one of them, a conversation between music critic Althea Legaspi, Kinsella and guitarist Victor Villareal.
David Carr's story in today's New York Times reveals the multiple ways that Sam Zell's team has bankrupted the Tribune Company. Carr credited Vocalo blogger Robert Feder to breaking news back in June about an after-hours poker game at the Tribune Tower...in Colonel McCormick's old office.
It's HIOQI #17 and we're talking landmarks... - It's been 25 years since Kate Bush's monolith of weird pop amazingness, Hounds of Love, was released. Washington DC-based musician, engineer and producer Chad Clark breaks down its awesomeness.
Perhaps no band better symbolizes the indie rock underground than Superchunk. They have been committed to being "indie" both in terms of sound and practice since forming in Chapel Hill in 1989. Two of its members have gone on to run Merge Records, home to Arcade Fire and Spoon.