Rob Mair speaks to the new Philadelphia band that have written one of the most expansive emo records of the year.
Anthony Raneri reflects on 10 years of The Walking Wounded
Shortly before the release of his new album, Jade Curson sat down with Jamie Lenman to talk about Devolver, and the pressures of staying relevant.
David Pemberton speaks to the ex-Sunny Day Real Estate vocalist about his creative process, work ethic and new album, Ghosts.
Kristy Diaz speaks to the best young songwriter on the planet about her newly-released new record for our November cover story.
Bad Sign’s Joe Appleford on the Croydon trio’s world-beating ambitions.
Ahead of their new album, Jade Curson talks to Onsind about longevity, accountability, and punching Nazis
Against a backdrop of geographical isolation and the creeping influence of gentrification, the Pacific Northwest continues to produce stellar new bands. Rob Mair looks at some of the emerging acts from a scene that rarely disappoints…
“People try to put words in artists’ mouths. But I know who I am.”
Jared Hudkins talks pop culture escapism and “having a good-ass time”.
Five albums in, Atlanta’s finest talk creativity, comfort zones and Kanye.
Paramore’s frontwoman talks Riot!, self-reflection and personal growth with T7 editor, Ryan De Freitas
Rich Hobson chats to frontman Jimmy Wizard about the state of hardcore and how his band works within it.
Milk Teeth tell Jake Richardson how they went from existential crisis to major label debut in 18 months.
By Rich Hobson Picture by Stephen Curry Coventry may not be the spiritual capital of the UK, but it does have its own ghostly connections (most famously as The Specials’ titular ‘Ghost Town’). Although less bleak than depicted in that late-70s portrait, Coventry is still an inauspicious place for an up-and-coming metal band to kick off a mini UK tour. […]
Track 7 Editor, Ryan De Freitas speaks to Rise Against vocalist Tim McIlrath about what keeps him and his now-iconic band going.