Interviews

Cursive's Tim Kasher on R. Kelly's Trapped in the Closet: "It's a Masterpiece."

Over the last decade, the Omaha-based indie rockers known as Cursive have continually toyed with our emotions. They've endured lineup changes, solo careers, and of course the great hiatus of 2004, and yet we never turned our backs.

Why? Because no matter what, Cursive never completely breaks our heart. And after what feels like forever, the band reels us back in with its latest release, I Am Gemini.

See also:

- GWAR's Oderus Urungus: "Rob Zombie Is a Tired, G-Rated, Mishmash of Other People's Styles"

- Ten Reasons R.Kelly Is Still the King of R&B

- Infinity Overhear Minus the Bear on Monday in Fort Lauderdale

In the middle of a tour with Minus the Bear, Cursive's frontman Tim Kasher spoke to the New Times about FuckYeahTimKasher, GWAR vs. The Beatles, and R.Kelly's Trapped in a Closet.

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