Stephen Fry interviewing Simon Lokodo, Uganda’s Minister for “Ethics and Integrity”
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Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard talked to Rolling Stone about how his side project, Brad, has managed to stay together for two decades, and why he changed his style a bit for their new album, United We Stand. He also dropped some info about Pearl Jam’s next record, which he says is going to more experimental than their last few LPs.
David Bowie once thought Satan was living in his indoor swimming pool. He also cohabited with Iggy Pop in West Berlin in 1976, during which time he became consumed with Third Reich history and Nazi mythology. Bowie, like many rock stars before and many more to come, struggled with drugs and faced somewhat of an identity crisis in attempts to reinvent his sound and eclipse the popularity of his alter-ego Ziggy Stardust.
But there was a light at the end of his tunnel, and Bowie created “a new language of music from fragments, accidents and dreamed-up textures,” that sparked a comeback and influenced a future generation of musicians.
— Parry Ernsberger