Nathan Leigh, frontman for his band Nathan Leigh & The Crisis Actors, joins us for an UnCovered interview to discuss the memorable cover artwork for the new EP, ‘House on Stilts.’
Guided by artistic desire and limitless curiosity, Robert Lundberg has become a highly regarded photographer and filmmaker lauded for…
Episode 3 of the Paltrocast podcast is finally here and host Darren Paltrowitz takes us through a dope chat with Los Angeles-based visual artist, Rob Grad.
Episode 2 of the Paltrocast podcast is upon us and, your host, New York-based writer and editor Darren Paltrowitz, speaks with musician, photographer, and one-third of The Police, Andy Summers.
In the inaugural episode of the Paltrocast podcast, your host, the New York-based writer and editor Darren Paltrowitz, speaks with acclaimed comedian, actor, and writer, Fred Stoller.
Shane Black is what is known as a natural born prodigy in his given field. As a screenwriter, he sold his first script out of film school at twenty-two. He’s not exactly a lightweight.
When she was a seven-year-old girl in Detroit, little Carla Harvey dreamed of being a showgirl. While generally not the career trajectory of most girls that age, Harvey’s ambition might have been seen as normal, given the set of circumstances of her formative years.
Martin Popoff is beyond any doubt the most productive book writer in the Hard Rock/Metal scene. The best proof of this is his unique capacity of producing two or three books per year. His carefully crafted, glossy-looking volumes usually combine compelling storytelling with first-rate visual material. Some of the most superb examples of this are “Run for Cover” (about iconic illustrator, Derek Riggs) “Fade to Black: Hard Rock Cover Art of the Vinyl Age” and more recently his collaboration with Malcolm Dome and a selected group of writers, in the art book “The Art Of Metal.”