Jason Shi talks the importance of writing a good tune, even when it’s heavy.
Richmond, Va. metal outfit talks Sky Burial and the challenges of performing epic songs.
Aron Sanchez talks about finding the right sound.
The Washington-based post-hardcore trio revisits their last years together.
Patrick Stickles talks about Local Business and punk ethos.
Swedish popsters come clean about girls and having a good time.
Los Angeles psych-dub duo Peaking Lights discuss their new album, Lucifer, and juggling a career in…
Pete Adams discusses Yellow & Green and the band’s ongoing progression.
Ramona Gonzalez talks about her new album, “Star Search” and missed connections.
Dylan Baldi of Cloud Nothings talks to us about the band’s new album, Attack On Memory, and the changes that took place within the band.
Mauro Remiddi talks of dreamy atmospheres and the grounded nature of rhythm.
Ivan Lip discusses the NY band’s dark and noisy sound.
Adam Granduciel talks about expansive sound and lyrical traveling.
The band’s Greg Hughes talks John Carpenter and Thoreau.
Katie Stelmanis from Austra talks to us about the band’s new album, Feel It Break, proper voice maintenance and the band’s penchant for the dramatic.
Ben Fox discusses the band’s new album, committing full-time to music and crappy mall jobs.
In between a long week of shows in Austin, Esben and the Witch talk to us about atmosphere, traffic mishaps and growing more confident as a band.
Canadian indie rock duo chats with Treble at SXSW 2011.
Discussing the new reunion tour and reissue with D.C.’s most spastic.
Women’s Patrick Flegel discusses Public Strain and more.