San Diego Psych Duo Moxi & Loon Talk About Their Debut Album “PEDAL,” Practising in Public Places and Being Two Midwestern Boys With Similiar Stories
Nick Fulsher and Jake Jarz from the psych rock duo Moxi & Loon talk to Post-Burnout about their debut album “PEDAL,” its recording, practising music in public places and similarities between them
Banríon Discuss Their New EP “Dare to Crush” Track-by-Track, Their Upcoming Irish Tour and Balancing Their Success with Life and Work
Rising indie stars Banríon join Post-Burnout to discuss their new EP “Dare to Crush” track-by-track, their upcoming tour in support of it, adding Irish seasoning to indie rock and balancing the success of the band with work and life.
Two For Joy’s Ryan Ennis Discusses His New Eponymous Album, Working at Windmill Lane Studios, Becoming a Musician and Appearing on a TG4 Talent Show
Ryan Ennis of the acoustic-based rock band Two For Joy talks about becoming a musician, appearing on a TG4 talent shows despite his lack of Irish and recording at the legendary Windmill Lane Studios
Art Rockers Sky Atlas Discuss the Rise in the Irish Alternative Music Scene and Their Plans to Make Their Footprint On It
The Dublin-based art rock band Sky Atlas talk with Post-Burnout about musical versatility, the rise of an alternative music scene in Ireland, meeting at music college and their evolution.
Meet The Fades
Meet The Fades. The band’s guitarist and vocalist Dave Lightfoot gives a primer for his band.
Neill Dougan of My Pilot Talks About Balancing Life with Music and His Band’s First Release in Seven Years, Team Dangerous
Experimental musician Neill Dougan discusses his band My Pilot, the history behind the act, their first release since 2015 Team Dangerous, what has changed in those seven years, balancing his music career with work and fatherhood, the conceit behind his music, learning to produce music and physical versus digital music.
Scottish Musician Fergus MacDonald Talks About His New Band Hank Tree and Their Debut Album, The Big North
In this interview for Post-Burnout, Scottish indie musician Fergus MacDonald speaks with Aaron Kavanagh about his new band Hank Tree, the release of their debut album The Big North, how the history of abandoned towns in northern Chile inspired the album, working with producer Andy Bush, how Father Ted inspired the band’s namesake and how Lewis Capaldi’s canceled tour dates during the pandemic helped get the album finished.
Post-Burnout’s Coverage of the Launch of Punks Listen, ed.by Niall McGuirk and Michael Mary Murphy
From Whelan’s, Dublin on 08/11/2022 The new book Punks Listen is a compilation of writings from various writers, actors, journalists, musicians and others discussing their favourite albums and it features contributions from the likes of Henry Rollins, Amanda Palmer, Roddy Doyle, Mike Watt, Steve Ignorant, Matt Pinfield, Andy Cairns, Gaye Black, Michael Azerrad and many, many more. […]