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.
Mourn’s hometown of Barcelona isn’t necessarily a post-punk hotspot. Bass-thumping electronic clubs, famed architecture and…
Despite enjoying greater exposure than ever before and a steadily swelling fanbase, Diarrhea Planet haven’t…
The two New Zealand musicians discuss their new LP, globe-trotting and the natural world.
Guitarist Andrew Innes talks new album Chaosmosis, eviction notices and the tameness of mainstream music.
The Finnish black metal band discusses cosmic music, constant change and alien symbiosis.
Chip King discusses gross pop, bleak viewpoints and a collaborative approach.
Jonathan Meiburg discusses Jet Plane and Oxbow, protest music and writing a book.
George Clarke discusses the band’s unexpected success and artistic path forward.
Singer Dorthia Cottrell talks about going epic, Richmond metal, and her own solo recordings.
We talk to the Chicago drone metal band about humanity’s extinction, telling a story, and ugly beauty.
Johanna Sadonis talks about Lucifer I and the importance of a good song.
Jesse Matthewson talks about new album Success, a career of noise, and keeping a sense of humor.
The Toronto band’s frontman Alex Edkins talks about the importance of being a live band and staying independent.
Stas and Cat talk about their new album ‘EarthEE,’ new collaborations and connecting to new communities through art.