Dylyn Durante of Philadelphia Alt Band UgLi Talks About Their D.I.Y. Background and Ethos, Their New EP “girldick.”, and Touring and Recording on a Budget
Dylyn Durante, frontwoman and songwriter for the Philadelphia alt band UgLi, talks to us about the band’s new EP “girldick.”, their D.I.Y. background and ethos, touring and recording on a budget, balancing the band with work and college, and more
Sixties Baroque Pop-Inspired Musicians Brent Randall and Johnny Toomey Talk About Their New Project Vanity Mirror, the Project’s Debut Album “PUFF,” Playing as a Duo for the First Time, Emulating the Sound of Their Influences, and How The Pandemic Affected their New Noise
Vanity Mirror is the latest project from sixties baroque pop-inspired musicians Brent Randall and Johnny Toomey. With their album “PUFF” out today, they talk to us about the record, their influences, working as a duo for the first time, how the pandemic created their new sound, and more
British Indie Fourpiece The K’s Talk About Their New Single “Chancer,” Playing an Irish Festival for the First Time, Plans for a Debut Album, Their Sudden Growth, Being Rockstars with Regular Jobs, and More.
At their show at Dublin’s Grand Social at the end of March, Merseyside fourpiece The K’s spoke to us about their new single “Chancer,” playing their first Irish festival at Sea Sessions in June, their ideas for an album, balancing being rockstars with working regular jobs and more.
Andy Cairns of Legendary Belfast Band Therapy? Writes to Us to Tell Us About the Band’s Latest Album “Hard Cold Fire,” Their Longevity, the Recent Rise in Popularity of Postpunk, and More
With their fifteenth studio album, “Hard Cold Fire,” out today, Therapy? frontman Andy Cairns answers some of our questions about the album, their longevity, their lyrics, modern music and the industry, the current popularity of postpunk, and more.
Lo-Fi Hip-Hop Producer and Artist Kendino Talks About His Latest Single “luvletters,” Teaming Up with REM$ and Mubi on it, the Power of Collaboration, His Ideas for a Debut Album and His Love of Nickelodeon
Lo-fi bedroom pop and hip-hop artist and producer Kendino talks to us about his latest single “luvletters,” collaborating with REM$ and Mubi on it, loving Westlife so much it made him want to learn English, his ideas for his debut album, and more
Free House Promoter Jake Tiernan Talks About Free House Fest, Becoming a Promoter, the Music Scene in Galway, the History of Free House, and Áras na nGael
Ahead of Free House Fest in Galway this June, promoter Jake Tiernan of Free House talks to us about the festival, working with Áras na nGael, becoming a promoter, the music scene in Galway, and more
British Hard Rock Duo The Pearl Harts Discuss Their New Album “Love, Chaos,” Their Change in Direction, Having Their Music Featured on “Peaky Blinders,” Opening for Garbage and Skunk Anansie, Touring Ireland for the First Time, and Their New Beginnings
With the release of their new album “Love, Chaos,” British hard rock duo The Pearl Harts talk about their new musical direction, having their music featured on “Peaky Blinders,” opening for Garbage and Skunk Anansie, and their new beginnings
Australian Musician Euan Hart Talks About His Self-Titled EP, How His Irish Heritage Influenced His Art, the Australian Music Scene Compared to Ireland, and the Absurdity of Herbal Tea
With his debut self-titled EP out this week,, Aussie expat Euan Hart discusses moving to Ireland, the difference in the music scene here compared to Australia, his self-titled EP and the absurdity of herbal tea
Idiosyncratic New York Postpunkers Mad Meg Talk About Their Founding, Their Sombre but Funny Lyrics, Their Latest Album “Who Deserves Balloons and Medals?,” and the Method to Their Madness
In one of the most chaotic interviews that we’ve published to date, self-described “Russian-American Punk Chanson Noir Band from New York” Mad Meg discuss their idiosyncratic sound, making humour from dark subject matter and how their band differs from everything else on offer.
Reign LaFreniere of Rock N’ Roll Band Bluphoria Talks About the Band’s Upcoming Debut Album, Working with GRAMMY Award-Winning Producer Mark Needham, Playing Jimi Hendrix’s Guitar, Opening for Lil Yachty, and the Nashville Music Scene
Reign LaFreniere of the Nashville-based rock n’ roll band Bluphoria discusses the band’s upcoming debut album, working with GRAMMY Award-winning producer Mark Needham on it, playing with Jimi Hendrix’s guitar and how the band was revealed to him in a dream