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Osees’ John Dwyer Interview: “You should own your own art.”

Last week we caught up with John Dwyer from Osees to talk about the new remix album they've announced and everything from their writing...

In conversation with Therapy?’s Andy Cairns

In Conversation with Andy Cairns - Dan Volohov interviews founding member and the vocalist of Therapy? for Louder Than War

Rick Wakeman To Make Appearance On The Let Me Help Inc/ #IAMNOJOKE Celebrity Benefit Concert 11/24/20

Musical history cannot deny that even the plainest faces come alive with promise at the very mention of “Yes”, “Owner of a Lonely Heart”...

John Lodge “The Soul of a Bass Phenomena”

The bass is the link between harmony and rhythm. It is the foundation of a band. It is what all the other instruments stand upon, but it is rarely recognized as that"

In conversation with Tank and the Bangas

They may not be well known over here, but the underground success of New Orleans based Tank and the Bangas won them a...

Jim Hudson – Interview

Jim Hudson is one of the world’s most criminally underrated talents. With his new single, that’s set to change. He spoke to Sam Lambeth...

From Brussels (and Factory) With Love – In Conversation with James Nice

The iconic compilation From Brussels With Love was released by Les Disques du Crepuscule, with close links to Factory Records as a 'cassette journal'...

Rachel Victoria – Interview

Rachel Victoria has channelled depression, despair and garden sunbathing into one sublime debut EP. Sam Lambeth spoke to her to find out more. You could...

Conscious Route Interview: “I Don’t See a Lot of Rappers Saying They Are Afraid…”

Edinburgh-based rapper, Conscious Route releases his collaborative debut album, Lost Routes with producer, True Note. Lost Routes demonstrates the versatility of the duo as they...

Tommy James: “The Soul of the Sixties”

Our New York correspondent Eileen Shapiro delves deep into the mind of Tommy Jones...

WÜRM’s Chuck Dukowski – interview and first single in 40 years

WÜRM's Chuck Dukowski - interview and first single in 40 years

Of Cracking Whips and Protest Punk: An Interview with DeLila Black

DeLila Black is making music we should all be hearing: compositions that condemn authoritarian impulses and roar out with a bluesy twang against racist...

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