We speak to the Irish shoegaze band ahead of the release of their new album, ‘Heart Under’
We speak to the jazz bassist and songwriter about his new LP, learning from collaborators, and why a classical background doesn’t guarantee anything
Treble talks to Kory Gregory about their self-titled album, dubious backstories and mortality.
Vocalist Jake Duzsik talks ‘DISCO 4’, collaborating over email, and how working with others leads to the band’s ongoing evolution.
We chat with Hannon ahead of The Divine Comedy’s upcoming career retrospective.
How the band used the pandemic to make their most refined record yet.
The Atlanta artist talks about putting something positive into the world and the records that helped him.
The Texas guitarist has conflicting personas, but he just wants his music to be taken seriously.
We chat with the artist behind the prolific punk rock project, who also drums in Regional Justice Center.
We talk to Shana Cleveland about making more intimate music, ‘The Monkees’ and love.
Haley Fohr discusses -io, grief, joy and building a community.
We chat with Tia Cabral about the cosmic wheel, life as a working artist, and being patient with yourself.
Most debut albums aren’t 40 years in the making, but Sunroof—the duo of Daniel Miller…
Shabaka Hutchings discusses what gives him energy, and the joy of reunions.
A chat with the Poet Laureate and spoken word artist on blending Native American musical roots with a genre-less fusion.
Vocalist/songwriter John Ross discusses making big music, taking lousy notes, and regaining his rhythm.
The Horror Master discusses his new installment of the ‘Lost Themes’ albums, making his own music vs. scoring films, and having fun with creativity.
Stuart Braithwaite discusses the importance of happy accidents in the studio, and how 25 years can change a lot about a person and a band.