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Midnight Oil
Midnight Oil
Midnight Oil

"Often when you’re in the middle of doing something, you don’t realize what you’ve got," says Midnight Oil guitarist Jim Moginie about reissuing the band's back catalog.

 
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Photo by Ford Fairchild
Photo by Ford Fairchild
Photo by Ford Fairchild
 

Greta Van Fleet Hits the Highway

 
August 10, 2017
 



"We really honed our craft playing bar rooms to 50 or 60 people every weekend," says Greta Van Fleet bassist Sam Kiszka. "We never thought this fun hobby would turn into this career."

 
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Janet Jackson Unbreakable
Janet Jackson Unbreakable
Janet Jackson Unbreakable

"We want to make the artist sound great and give everyone their own sound," says writer/producer James Samuel "Jimmy Jam" Harris III about working with Terry Steven Lewis on Janet Jackson's albums.

 
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© We Banjo 3 2017 by David Norton
© We Banjo 3 2017 by David Norton
© We Banjo 3 2017 by David Norton

"We’ve been branded as Celtgrass," says We Banjo 3 multi-instrumentalist Dave Howley. "We’ve been given a brand new genre."

 
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An Inconvenient Sequel
An Inconvenient Sequel
An Inconvenient Sequel

"He’s worked on this issue all his life," says An Inconvenient Truth director Jon Shenk, speaking about Al Gore's environmental crusade. "He has suffered some defeat and yet managed to stay optimistic."

 
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Daniel Romano
Daniel Romano
Daniel Romano

"Not getting stuck anywhere has always been very important to me," says singer-songwriter Daniel Romano.

 
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Squirrel Nut Zippers
Squirrel Nut Zippers
Squirrel Nut Zippers

"It’s not the style of music that has a shelf life," says Squirrel Nut Zippers' Jimbo Mathus.

 
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Phantogram
Phantogram
Phantogram
 

Tragedy Shapes Phantogram

 
July 24, 2017
 



"We draw from a darker place when we write the music and lyrics," says Phantogram singer-guitarist Josh Carter.

 
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Churchill
Churchill
Churchill

"Politicians now sit back while young people go off to fight wars," says director Jonathan Teplitzky, talking about Churchill's voluntary service in WWI.

 
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Kelley Ryan
Kelley Ryan
Kelley Ryan
 

A Quieter Kelley Ryan

 
May 21, 2017
 



"With astroPuppees, I was living in L.A. and it was electric and loud," says singer-songwriter Kelley Ryan. "Now, it’s scaled down and deeper and quieter—not loud like the traffic."