Eliot Clarke from the British Indie Band A Different Kitchen (FKA Sükko) Discusses the Band’s Change in Name and Sound, Their New Precedent-Setting Single “I’m Fine I’m Fine,” Empathy, and How Working as a Sound Engineer Influenced Experimentation in His Own Projects
A Different Kitchen is the newest iteration of the Norfolk-founded indie band Sükko. Guitarist Eliot Clarke discusses their change in name and sound, their new single “I’m Fine I’m Fine,” the importance of empathy, working as a sound engineer and more
Math Rock Dignitary Chris Trull Talks About His New Band Terms, Their Upcoming Album “All Becomes Indistinct,” His First Duo, How Working Remotely Has Affected Their Sound, and Working with SKiN GRAFT
Famed math rock musician Chris Trull talks to us about his new project Terms, their upcoming album “All Becomes Indistinct,” his relationship with SKiN GRAFT, working in a rock duo for the first time and how the pandemic affected their sound
Artists and Producers GNS and V-Sensei Discuss Their Collab on New Single “LOVE A LIE,” the Breaking Down of Genres and Classification, How Working with Others Has Influenced Their Music, and the Power of Collectives
Versatile artist and producers GNS and V-Sensei talked to us about their collaboration on new single “LOVE A LIE”.
Post-Burnout’s Coverage of Euan Hart’s “Self-Pity” Single Launch Concert
Our coverage of the launch gig for Euan Hart’s “Self-Pity” single, featuring Anna Leah and David San Clair.
Annie Kuchenmeister of Minneapolis Punk Band Loki’s Folly Discusses their Debut Album “Sisu,” the Over Five Year Creation Process of the Album, Working with Various Revered Producers, and the Welcoming Environment of the Minnesota Music Scene
Annie Kuchenmeister of the Minneapolis punk band Loki’s Folly discusses the band’s debut album “Sisu,” the over five year creation of the record, working with various celebrity producers on the record and being part of Minnesota’s proud musical lineage
Indie Musician Conor Miley Discusses His Upcoming Album “Thousand Yard Stare,” The Concept Behind the Album, Getting More Personal and How Working with Other Creatives Liberated His Own Process
Indie musician Conor Miley chats with Post-Burnout about getting more personal than ever in his music on the first album under his own name, “Thousand Yard Stare.”
Good Bison’s Pablo Alvarez Discusses the Project’s New EP “Ghost on Mulholland,” Versatility, Growth as a Musician and Lyricist and the Influence of Geography on His Music
Pablo Alvarez of Good Bison talks about the project’s latest EP “Ghost on Mulholland,” his growth as a musician and lyricist, his versatility and how a change in locale influenced a change in attitude
SKiN GRAFT Records Founder Mark Fischer Talks About Kōenjihyakkei’s “Nivraym (Revisited)”
Mark Fischer, the founder of noise rock label SKiN GRAFT Records, talks about “Nivraym (Revisited),” which is the latest edition of the legendary Japanese experimental prog band Kōenjihyakkei’s 2001 cult classic.
Swedish Folk Singer Sofia Talvik Discusses Her New Side-Project Hansan, Their New Album “Blod eller bläck,” Writing in English Compared to Swedish and Using Music to Combat the Far-Right
Longtime Swedish singer-songwriter Sofia Talvik joins Post-Burnout to discuss her new project Hansan, their new album, writing music in Swedish after two decades of writing in English and the importance of musicians using art to combat the far-right
Chósta Talks About His Debut Album “Twilight Transmission,” The State of Modern Radio and the Music Industry and Collaborating with Fears and Jape
From the Dublin City Council to the problems with streaming and modern radio to working with Fears and Jape, Post-Burnout’s interview with electronica musician Chósta uses his debut album “Twilight Transmission” to explore topics almost as diverse as his taste in music.