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.