“I feel like shows should be not just be experienced by a bunch of people who look exactly like you and dress exactly like you.”
Ahead of The ‘59 Sound’s tenth anniversary and the release of his second solo record, The Gaslight Anthem frontman invites T7 editor Ryan De Freitas to look back at that seminal album, and gives an insight into his present and future.
As Britrock’s bright young things release their long-awaited second album, T7 editor Rob Barbour asks: what do Marmozets want?
Rich Hobson gets to know the band behind one of the heavy records of 2018.
T7 editor Jade Curson speaks to DIY veteran Jeff Rosenstock about all things Post-, and has a much-needed discussion about accountability.
All Them Witches are always on tour, and that’s the way they like it.
Rob Mair talks skateboarding, complicity, and sincerity with Toy Cars’ Matteo DeBenedetti.
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.”