Vintage interview tapes. New animations. Our mission is simple: curate and transform journalists’ unheard interviews with American icons. The future of journalism is remixing the past. Executive Producer: David Gerlach.
Jimi Hendrix in his final interview
"I think men have got to change an awful lot. They still prefer the little woman."
Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips in 2002
Joni Mitchell in 1986, as told to Joe Smith.
Ayn Rand on February 25, 1959, as told to Mike Wallace.
John Coltrane in 1966, as told Frank Kofsky.
Elliott Smith in 1998, as told to Barney Hoskyns
A lost 1972 interview with Ray Bradbury.
Dolly Parton, as recorded in a 1978 interview for Playboy.
"The only way you can be a mark is if you want something for nothing." - Maya Angelou
Lou Reed in an unheard outtake from a 1987 interview.
B.B. King in an unheard interview from 1986.