Post Punk Interviews
Art Brut’s career has been one of daft triumphs, excellently wasted opportunities, near-misses with chart heroics and a goddamn great set of punk tunes. Lead...
Interview: Girls Names – the Belfast post punk band talk to Louder Than War on the day their brilliant third album drops
Interview: Girls Names - the Belfast post punk band talk to Louder Than War on the day their brilliant third album drops
The genre mashing Toronto punk band HSY talk to Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj
Long time Levellers fan Alan Ewart caught up with bass player and one time wild man Jez Cunningham to talk about 'A Curious Life,'...
Interview: ピカ/Pika☆ – we talk to the Afrirampo and Acid Mothers Temple drummer, guitarist and singer ahead of a solo tour
Interview: ピカ/Pika☆ - we talk to the Afrirampo and Acid Mothers Temple drummer, guitarist and singer ahead of a solo tour
Richard Boon: Buzzcocks manager, founder of New Hormones label and Hackney Librarian - Interview
Interview: John Cooper Clarke Talks Punk, Fashion, Lost Poems, His Upcoming North American Tour & More
The iconic John Cooper Clarke, infamous for his combinations of custom crafted poetry, sharp satirical wit, melancholic language, and hilarious political puns is making...
Louder than War's Alan Ewart catches up with Phil Odgers to talk about the band's latest album, crowd funding, streaming and what the future...
Interview! Cutting edge LA label DeathBomb Arc turn seventeen and release brilliant free compilation. We talk to label boss Brian Kinsman
Interview! Cutting edge LA label DeathBomb Arc turn seventeen and release brilliant free compilation. We talk to label boss Brian Kinsman.
Happy People’s debut EP Cassini, I’ve Been so Lonely - on Leeds's Treehouse Records - retains a sense of intimacy amidst modified vocals and glitching synths.
Lunch Money Life: Immersion Chamber Scenic Route LP/CD/DL Available 03/04/20 Highly anticipated album from the London collective Lunch...
Adam Schlesinger, the co-founder of pop-rock band Fountains of Wayne and an Oscar-nominated songwriter, has died from complications related to coronavirus. He was 52.
Cristina is known for dance-pop tunes such as Things Fall Apart, Disco Clone and a cover of Peggy Lee’s Is That All There Is? that were emblematic of the 1980s underground New York scene