The Vancouver singer/songwriter delves deep into new album <i>ken</i>, nostalgia and cryptic naming practices.
Catharsis, hope and baseball.
A chat with the synthesizer player from the original <i>Twin Peaks</i> soundtrack.
A lengthy chat about being transparent about influences, joining a band later in life and culture's evolution or lack thereof.
Celebrated singer/songwriter discusses his new album, the political climate and his approach to songwriting.
Treble talks to the Los Angeles punk legend ahead of their 40th anniversary tour.
The L.A. singer/songwriter discusses personal darkness, self-isolation and catharsis for all.
We discuss Dante, heartbeats and beautiful music with the Japanese post-rock group.
Arkansas doom-metal artist shares his reverence for the classics and aversion to being called a hipster.
The Richmond metal quintet discuss their complicated place in metal, and aversion to anti-intellectualism.
Liturgy frontman Hunter Hunt-Hendrix is no stranger to defying expectations. Following the New York black metal band’s 2011 album Aesthethica, he took a detour with the hypnotic and rhythmic Survival project, before transforming the band’s experimental, heavy sounds into a complex electronic and hip-hop inspired hybrid with 2015′s The Ark Work. The first album from […]
Mourn’s hometown of Barcelona isn’t necessarily a post-punk hotspot. Bass-thumping electronic clubs, famed architecture and frequent waves of tourism make up most of the city’s core components. Sure, there will always be a handful of local venues like Sidecar Factory catering to fresh-faced locals aspiring to emulate the angst and aggression of bygone bands, but […]