“It was created from original drawings by John Lennon and a soundtrack that I also edited together, consisting of snatches of conversation between John and Yoko and song excerpts.”
“My dad’s soundtracks were always psychedelic.”
Fans of Alan Moore and his prescient comics like V For Vendetta and Watchmen knew he’d one day anchor a revolution.
“Funnily enough, we’re written about in a much more accurate way now than at the time, when it was just underwater guitar, millions of overdubs and mumbled vocals.”
Who knew we needed to kill comics to save them? Matt Pizzolo, that’s who.
“It has been a long road but this seems to be the only path forward.”
Pinback’s Rob Crow and Zach Smith touch down on a prehistoric planet in the new music video, “Sherman.”
The Coup‘s frontman is looking for our nation’s heart and power, as the 2012 general election nears.
“The timing is perfect, because as year two begins there is a lot of soul searching about what the movement means and how it can evolve.”
Like many culture vultures, Wimberly is something of a reboot specialist.
Price’s influential spirit inhabits some small or large part in almost everything Tim Burton has ever made.
“Both dinosaurs and aliens can be seen as representatives of where we are as people right now.”
“‘Sophistructure’ is the idea of creating a structured lifestyle plan around sophistry,” Crow told me. “Which is, of course, impossible.”
Those in search of an imaginative writer who makes you feel bad you didn’t find him earlier should take a head-trip through my recent Cornell coverage.
“I’m all about trying to reduce my level of ADD.”
How’s this for postmodern circularity?
Living in the Material World explores the so-called quiet Beatle‘s storied career using previously unseen archival materials and movies, as well as revealing interviews with Paul McCartney, Terry Gilliam, Eric Clapton and more.
Which is to say, I got to show it off first.
The first part of my two-part Wired interview with the Beatles’ legend, solo dynamo and postmodern knight.
Paul McCartney is working on a new project utilizing vintage gear he once used to make tape loops for The Beatles’ landmark track “Tomorrow Never Knows.”
William Gibson’s new novel Zero History examines the 21st century’s techno-cultural fetishes with a deceptively simple directive: The future is now.
“We all grow out of the environment and times which we are born into.”
“They offered me the rights to Watchmen back, if I would agree to some dopey prequels and sequels.”
“It’s kind of like opening up a massive can of worms.”
“I’m fucking angry and upset right now, and I’m also scared and trying to come to grips with balancing this incredible fatalism and the fact that I am still alive.”