Published Feb 25, 2011After another month of blood, sweat and editor-induced tears, Exclaim!'s entire March issue is now online and making its way across the country. And as always, there's a lot in store.
Almost a quarter of century in the music industry, our cover lady PJ Harvey discusses her latest album, Let England Shake and how, like the the seasons, she finds herself changing with each album, admitting she doesn't consider herself a musician.
In this month's Questionnaire, we chatted with Dears frontman Murray Lightburn, who tells us about the band's vibe after the dissolution of the original lineup and a second career as a private eye, while in our Timeline feature we follow the career of Richie Hawtin, the techno innovator behind the Plastikman moniker.
In our Interviews section, we have Rural Alberta Advantage, Hey Rosetta!, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Brian Eno and Tim Hecker, among others. And in Music School this month, read about the Canadian Blast in Need to Know and Allison gives her two cents on the importance of mastering in Ask Allison. We also check out Cowboy Junkies' studio in Where I Play.
The Spark section features A Hawk and A Hacksaw and Cauldron, as well as the cool packaging for a new Hank Williams collection. And in this month's Videogames section, we dig into Stacking, which allows you to harness your love of Russian nesting dolls and puzzles.
There's tons more content on Exclaim.ca, including a heap of film and music reviews, so dig in.