Category: Music Interview

Slow Pulp: Chicago group’s stunning debut navigates trauma and haunted studios

Slow Pulp: Chicago group’s stunning debut navigates trauma and haunted studios

If you look closely, the long, difficult story of Slow Pulp’s debut album ‘Moveys’ is told in the gorgeously animated…

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Tiña’s Joshua Loftin on the importance of ‘Positive Mental Health Music’

Tiña’s Joshua Loftin on the importance of ‘Positive Mental Health Music’

As the first band to have a full-length release on London’s hottest label Speedy Wunderground (the Dan Carey-run imprint known…

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Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with The Driver Era

Over the last few months, The Driver Era – aka brothers Ross and Rocky Lynch – have been steadily releasing…

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Soundtrack Of My Life: ‘Dumplin’ star Danielle Macdonald

Soundtrack Of My Life: ‘Dumplin’ star Danielle Macdonald

The first song I fell in love with Linkin Park – ‘In The End’ “I’m sure there were many, but…

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How do you bring the ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’ soundtrack into 2020? We asked the man who did

When Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater came out around the turn of the millennium, I – like so many other ’90s…

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The Lathums: Wigan heroes on local pride, topping the charts and supporting Blossoms

The Lathums: Wigan heroes on local pride, topping the charts and supporting Blossoms

‘The biggest crowd we’d played before we got asked to play Kendal Calling was in our local pub, The Crown….

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mxmtoon: alt-pop star examines the light and dark of modern living on duelling EPs

mxmtoon: alt-pop star examines the light and dark of modern living on duelling EPs

Having initially built her following as a successful YouTuber, making music in a virtual world is something that comes naturally…

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Fleet Foxes: “In this moment, pre-election, there can be some optimism in the air”

Fleet Foxes: “In this moment, pre-election, there can be some optimism in the air”

The news of a new Fleet Foxes album dropping with a day’s warning last month was nearly as surprising for…

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Thurston Moore on “killer” new music and the “high order nihilism” of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump

Thurston Moore on “killer” new music and the “high order nihilism” of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump

Art rock-pioneer Thurston Moore has just released his rapturously-received new solo album, ‘By The Fire’, which NME’s review hailed as…

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The Albion Rooms: Watch Carl Barat show us around The Libertines’ new hotel

The Albion Rooms: Watch Carl Barat show us around The Libertines’ new hotel

“If you’re a musician on the road then you’re a bit of a spoilt bastard, really,” Carl Barat tells NME…

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