“The Rover” Hints at a More Experimental Direction for Interpol

Iconic, long-running post-punk group Interpol have returned with "The Rover," the first single from their upcoming Dave Fridmann-produced Marauder, announced via live press conference from Mexico City last week. Despite the…
Joshua Copperman / June 12, 2018

Interpol Announce New World Tour Dates

Interpol have announced additional world tour dates in support of their forthcoming new album Marauder. In addition to previously announced shows at Madison Square Garden with Car…
Isabella Castro-Cota / June 12, 2018

Interpol Plays “The Rover” on Colbert: Watch

Interpol's new album Marauder hits shelves this August 24th, and in the buildup to the release, the band performed on The Late Show with Stephen…
Rob Arcand / June 9, 2018

Interpol Announce New Album Marauder, Release “The Rover”

Interpol have released their first new material since 2014's comeback record El Pintor, as well as frontman Paul Banks' first since he released a collaborative album with…
Joshua Copperman / June 7, 2018

Watch Interpol’s Mini-Doc About the Turn on the Bright Lights Reunion Tour

Interpol have released a mini-documentary video reflecting on their experience performing Turn on the Bright Lights on their 15th anniversary tour for the album last year.
Winston Cook-Wilson / May 11, 2018

The Cure Announce Massive 40th Anniversary Show With Interpol and Slowdive

The Cure will only be playing one European show in 2018, but the British mainstays plan on making it count. To celebrate the band's 40th…
Maggie Serota / December 12, 2017

Interpol’s Turn on the Bright Lights Hometown Anniversary Show Was Excellent

There’s a small pantheon of albums that thirty-something New Yorkers who spent nights at the once-musically thriving Lower East Side point to and go, "Ah,…
Brian Josephs / September 25, 2017

Interpol’s Carlos D. Calls Turn on the Bright Lights’ 15th Anniversary “a Painful Affair”

Interpol won't be playing their Turn on the Bright Lights anniversary gigs with their original lineup. Bassist Carlos D., who left the band in 2010 for…
Brian Josephs / September 22, 2017

The Ties That Bind: Interpol’s Our Love to Admire Cover Story

"Wanna go to Hooters?" asks Interpol guitarist Daniel Kessler as we step outside the W Hotel in Dallas onto the sunbaked sidewalk. Kessler is a…
David Peisner / July 7, 2017

Watch the Trailer for a Documentary About Famed New York Record Store Other Music

The popular East Village record store Other Music closed its doors in June 2016 after more than 20 years serving as one of New York's…
Geena Kloeppel / June 27, 2017

Interpol Announce 10th Anniversary Reissue of Our Love to Admire

Interpol aren't only celebrating the 15th anniversary of their classic debut Turn on the Bright Lights. This year, their third album Our Love to Admire turns 10. Although many…
Brian Josephs / June 26, 2017

Meet Me in the Bathroom Is the First Great History of New York’s 21st Century Rock Scene

In the future, some emotionless musicologist may look back at the Strokes and wonder why they were such a big deal. Why all the fuss…
Jeremy Gordon / May 23, 2017

Interpol Announce North American Turn On the Bright Lights Anniversary Shows

Interpol have announced a pair of North American shows marking the 15th anniversary of Turn On the Bright Lights. They'll take place in New York City…
Jeremy Gordon / May 1, 2017

Interpol Announce European Tour for 15th Anniversary of Turn on the Bright Lights

Interpol's essential debut album Turn on the Bright Lights turns 15 this year, so the post-punk revivalists are going on tour to celebrate. The trio has announced…
Brian Josephs / January 23, 2017

Carlos D Gave a Long Answer About Why He Left Interpol

Bassist Carlos Dengler has kept a low profile after leaving Interpol in 2010 to pursue an acting career. He hasn't really given a detailed answer as to…
Brian Josephs / October 5, 2016
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