“Imagine, ‘The singer of The Frantics gets Oasis back together’ – we’d skyrocket up the charts. Or they’d just hate us.”
A New York group of musicians, playing out their stories on strings, and putting words to feelings you never seem to describe.
An interview with bright and bubbly, Brisbane-born artist Mallrat.
An interview with Bristol band Bad Sounds, on demos, spotify, CDs, inner thighs, genres, writing and politics.
“People are free to take whatever they want from it! I’m really only writing it for myself and if, for some strange reason, it helps a stranger the way it helps me, then that’s awesome.”
She romps through forests and cities, howls at the moon, hops trains, speaks her mind and takes lovers in towns she passes through.
We sat down with Sean Bohrman, founder of Burger Records – currently one of the most influential lables in independent music.
“Don’t expect a Care II. If anything sounds like what I’ve already made I throw it out. If I’m not progressing there’s no point of releasing another album.”
The sister duo, Dog Party, on psychic connection, dog obsessions, politics, and (of course) new music.
The house at the back of the cul de sac seems like any other. But out the window drifts the sound of synthesizers, vocals, guitars and drum beats.
Cliches are great, regardless of what some patrician art student might tell you. Sincerely, an art student.
After a short hiatus, The Mowgli’s have returned, and they are more optimistic than ever.