Rob Mair discusses time, place, and everything after with Wild Pink
Typesetter sit down for a chat with Ryan Wilkinson about tea, toxic masculinity and their latest record
Rob Mair defends pop punk after hearing the latest offering from Problem Daughter
Mia Hughes talks to Kevin Patrick about vulnerability and the challenges of touring alone.
To quote one of our favourite artists, it’s been a while.
In an exceptional year for music, we made some lists and wrote some words. Here are those things.
“Moser tells stories like the best of them, in her words and in her music; every scene she sets so rich and crucial.”
“Anger is the dominating force on Cheer”
“No band has articulated those moments of glorious, empowering nihilism as well as The Nil’
“At just 32 minutes long, Bay Dream passes by in a heartbeat and gets better with each listen. “
“…the perfect marriage of punk and pop, with an effortless flair that continues to separate them from pop-punk as a genre”
“Prequelle is the crowning achievement Ghost have been striving towards’
“Nothing But Love is exactly what its name describes, full of unflinching love for both self and friends”
“…while it’s a genre album with universal themes, it’s also a monolithic slab of art in its own right”
“There’s a dichotomy in the way that this album lifts you up so high just to crush you with painfully helpless lyricism”
Rich Hobson speaks to Estrons’ frontwoman Talisyn Källström about their debut album, finding her voice, and Having It All.
Mia Hughes speaks to the Brooklyn punks’ vocalist about belonging, connection and their brilliant debut record.