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Interviews

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Interview: Delicate Steve

A few words taking in topics as varied as road biking, David Byrne and killer whales!


2021

Interview: White Manna

“We are a band of hooligan goof balls, but we all have a spiritual contemplation of existence.”


1989

Interview: A Place To Bury Strangers

“There’s not many other bands, if any that I know of that can do that – make someone feel physically sick or scared or worried.”


1905

Artists’ picks of 2011

We like them. But what do they like?


1835

Interview – Dead Guitars

Brett Spaceman chats to Ralf, Pete and Carlo on the eve of Dead Guitars tour with The Mission.


1796

Confessions of a bootlegger.

Home taping is killing music… so get yourself out more!


1784

Label Focus: Two Hands Music

Nepotism be damned! Following the recent launch of her label Two Hands Music, we took the natural step to probe our own Angie Mack further on her deep connection with sound.


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Interview – Roxanne Sancto

[sic] contributor, Roxanne Sancto has just entered the world of publishing with her fictional novel The Pink Boots. We wanted to know more. So should you.


1770

Interview – Repeater

We chat to frontman Steve Krolikowski


1698

Interview – Winterlight

Winterlight’s Tim Ingham on being a “happy melancholic”.


1666

Deserts, Mountains & Psychedelics: Adrift For Days, Interviewed

Angie Mack meets the Aussie psyche-doomers.


1611

Interview – Redhooker

Tim Clarke gets up close and personal with Redhooker’s Stephen Griesgraber.


1574

Interview – The Boxer Rebellion

Piers Hewitt previews The Cold Still.


1522

Interview – Mark Burgess, The Chameleons.

Strange Times, writing and splitting in two – the ChameleonVox speaks.


Interview – Ulterior

“We don’t know how to be or do anything else.”


Interview – Helena Thompson.

Angie Mack interviews the mainstay of industrial rock collective, Purest Spiritual Pigs.


Interview – Helena Thompson.

Angie Mack interviews the mainstay of industrial rock collective, Purest Spiritual Pigs.


Interview – The Boo Radleys, Martin Carr.

“I knew it sounded like nothing else”
Martin Carr on The Boo Radleys‘ opus, Giant Steps.


Interview – Boxharp.

Weirdness and wonders from North Carolina.


Interview – Boxharp.

Having spent my whole life being told that I have weird tastes in music it was only natural that I sought out Hidden Shoal act Boxharp. The North Carolina duo are layering electronica and folk, highly popular genres today of course, with chamber pop and their own, distinct, almost avant-garde approach. Richly atmospheric, their latest, Read More…