We recently spoke with Sophie about breaking down stereotypes, self-expression, and the history behind unequal representation of women in music.
I spoke with UMI about her latest single, River, scooters and friendship, and the intersection of music and politics.
Her’s is a dreamy indie-pop duo based in Liverpool, England. We spoke with member Audun Laading regarding their upcoming EP, friendship, their musical dynamic, and a possible underwear line?
Taking over our playlists with lo-fi influences off his debut album, Hollow Ground, Max Clarke (a.k.a Cut Worms) took some time to talk with us via email a while back.
I think love could be a really easy thing, but also the thing you are going to spend [your] whole life pursuing and learning. It’s the meaning of life, it’s the truth, the highest good, the sublime.
Haunting vocals layered on delicate guitar, “Lullaby” is 1 of 2 singles Uma Bloo released this year. Singer/guitarist Molly discusses her influences.
These boys merge their music with ideas ranging from space exploration to human insignificance and our culture of complacency.
A project of exploration in pop culture, Reptaliens create dreamscapes inspired by sci-fi art and cult mentality.
“Division Club” became a song about materialism, and how the actual issues in our communities/economies are within ourselves.
The do-it-yourself mentality of Men I Trust means they’re free from labels, publishing companies and PR.
I noticed a mop of blonde hair, and before I could lose my nerve, jumped out of the car to see if they’d be willing to do an interview.
“Imagine, ‘The singer of The Frantics gets Oasis back together’ – we’d skyrocket up the charts. Or they’d just hate us.”