Longreads of the Week: Caribou on Stevie Wonder, Stevie Nicks Meets HAIM, and More

Andrew Parks

By Andrew Parks

on 10.11.14 in News

Since it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the features that flood social media feeds all week, we did some of the digging for you. Here’s a handful of stories that are worth a click this weekend:

- Chart Attack ran a Caribou essay about how fatherhood helped him rediscover Stevie Wonder.

- Pitchfork asked Bob Mould, Ariel Pink, El-P, Feist, Owen Pallett and many more about their first experience with the World Wide Web.

- Meanwhile, Pitchfork’s side blog The Pitch shared a welcome critique (by Perfect Pussy singer Meredith Graves) of Mark Kozelek’s “issues” with the War on Drugs.

- Stevie Nicks and HAIM interviewed one another for T magazine.

- Billboard argued that 1993 was when the ’90s peaked.

- FACT spoke to Ty Dolla $ign about working with Rihanna, his next album, and why he’s down with Ed Sheeran.

- Heart Nebraska discussed failure and the definition of rock stardom with a cult favorite from Iowa.

- And finally, we tracked down Vashti Bunyan, Slant 6, Kid Sister and more for longer pieces in Wondering Sound.