Ten years of face-melters, jazz odysseys and genre-defying avant-garde exhibitions later, the legend that is Kunal Singhal is preparing another all-day spectacular featuring some of his most enthralling bookings to date. Ahead of the Chaos Theory Festi …
On January 31st, Poliça releases a new album titled When We Stay Alive via Memphis Industries. It’s an album where co-founder/vocalist/songwriter Channy Leaneagh “realises the power in restructuring her inner self. The album’s title references the idea …
Rising stars of Power Metal, Battle Beast, visited London, late last Autumn. Nathan Lagden caught up with singer, Noora Louhimo, as she talked about her major influences, writing on the road, and how much they’d like to tour the UK more often. . .
Clutch’s drummer, genial Jean-Paul Gaster, raps about the blues, Ramblin’ Man Fair, the genius of Neil Fallon and much more besides. . .
Gavin Brown caught up with Faith Colloccia from Mamiffer to hear all about the new album ‘The Brilliant Tabernacle’ and the new life that inspired the album and its creation as well as the video for the albums opening track ‘All That Is Beautiful’, the uplifting power of music, recent live shows, book recommendations and the highlights from Mamiffer’s career.
Sand Enigma, the new album from Land Of Kush is an expansive journey of sound. The album features an expansive cast of musicians, each of whom adds a depth of texture to the Land Of Kush sound. We had a chat with Land Of Kush founder Sam Shalabi to hea …
Gavin Brown caught up with James T. McKay from Acid Cannibals and The Cosmic Dead for a chat about both of those bands, their history, recorded output, what it’s like to pull duties in both bands on the same night and what is in store next for them, as well as what music has influenced and shaped him, and much more.
Just before the release of the critically acclaimed Death Atlas, we cornered Cattle Decapitation’s Josh Elmore to talk legacy, history and what humanity is doing wrong.
Smart “pop” was EVERYWHERE. It was an embarrassment of riches — the songwriting genius of Steely Dan, the power and precision of Motown, Kool & The Gang, Earth Wind & Fire, Curtis Mayfield, the hilarity and impossibility of Zappa and Captain Beefheart, the crushing, exhilarating intelligence of Zeppelin…
We first encountered Rookes back in May and were completely blown away. On November 8th they released their second EP, Liminal which they ‘launched’ a few days later at a joyous show at The Glory in Dalston. Now the dust has settled a little on all of that activity, we popped them a few questions to find out a bit more about what makes Rookes tick.
Greg Hyde speaks to Daughters’ Alexis SF Marshall about touring, songwriting, and finally getting to be a ‘middle rung’ band.
David Bowes spoke to Nile guitarist Karl Sanders prior to their Glasgow show and rather than have us sling our hook, he was more than happy to answer a few questions about their phenomenal ninth album, Vile Nilotic Rites.
Ahead of the release of their newest album ‘Spiritual Instinct’, Nick Dunn sat down with Alcest to discuss where its themes of spirituality and personal struggle come from.
David Bowes spoke to GosT mastermind Baalberith to discuss the important things in life – Satan, synths and heavy metal.
Resident Psychonaut and Deadhead Martyn Coppack asks the questions. Garcia Peoples’ Andy Cush, Derek Spaldo, and Danny Arakaki answer the call.
Bruce Soord candidly speaks about his new solo album, his equation with Katatonia and how the band The Pineapple Thief functions after Gavin Harrison joined the band.
(((O))) FEATURED INTERVIEW
I’ve had some real problems in my lifetime dealing and living with mental health issues. I’ve not really felt comfortable talking about it until more recently. I feel like it’s important to talk about these things because people consider them ‘awkward’ topics. I used writing music as a means to channel it and I felt a lot better for writing music and going to shows and being able to put my time and energy into something I loved so much really helped me.