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.
We spoke to the Washington, D.C. singer/songwriter about his debut album, breaking out of genre boxes, and feeling immovable.
We spoke to Martin Moscrop of the legendary post-punk band about youthful arrogance, a career pause, and their first new album in over a decade.
Nick Reinhart talks catchy songs, an industry standstill and scammers.
We spoke to the Korean/Japanese electronic duo about the natural world and spiritual music.
We chat with producer/singer/songwriter Steven Perez about his new album, a freak accident and Earl Sweatshirt.
A chat with the Irish singer/songwriter about setting her own terms and giving something back.
The Brooklyn band, comprising members of Pill and Eaters, discuss the non-traditional process of creating their industrial groove.
Hear the band’s new album in its entirety.
The Bristol post-punk icons discuss the creation of their influential, inimitable 1979 debut.