According to Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys.
The ultimate guide to experiencing the high.
Does Steven have something against autoplay videos?
“I thought we were doing ‘I Am the Walrus,’ but I got there and it was ‘Come Together.’ And then, yeah, I’d had a lot to drink as well.”
“For this album, I wanted to make something that was uplifting, had a lot of energy, and made you want to sing along.”
“I thought it might be cute, Noel and I singing about the power to love each other. Of course, no one’s asked Liam what he thinks about the song yet.”
“I feel grateful to know the path I want to be on, so I’m going to blaze it and get blazed on it.”
How Naughty Dog — the developer behind the year’s most anticipated video game — makes summer blockbusters interactive.
“You can’t just go rambling on in first person about your feelings or everyone’s going to get really bored.”
We talked to him about working with Paul Thomas Anderson and his future musical plans.
He’s the star of a technically onerous, relentlessly delightful six-minute sequence during which he sings while dancing around a pub, on stools and tables, among other precarious surfaces.
We sat down in the third-nicest conference room to talk his new album of covers and his highly entertaining memoir.
He plays two real-life anarchist-heroes this fall, in Snowden and The Walk.
“Like, okay, you can shoot the bad guys in the head, but that just works for ten seconds? Well, that doesn’t make any sense.”
Midway through postproduction on his eighth movie, the Western The Hateful Eight, the director discusses writing scripts by hand, ‘90s nostalgia, and becoming — relatively — mellow with time.
The definitive keys to unlocking the high headspace.
For his final show, David Letterman called in his favorite band (Foo Fighters) to play his favorite song (“Everlong”).
Modern life is terrific.
If you thought Matthew Weiner was going to give us a tidy, satisfying ending in tonight’s Mad Men series finale then you’re probably an idiot. But still, what just happened?