Rob Mair talks to Dustin Hayes of Walter Etc. about his latest record and the heartbreak that inspired it.
Editor Kristy Diaz sits down with Dylan Slocum to talk about Spanish Love Songs’ third record and learning to be creative about struggling.
Rob Mair discusses the long-standing Gainesville punk festival with Sal Medrano and John Maiello.
Mia Hughes speaks to Beach Bunny’s Lili Trifilio about the band’s much-anticipated debut record, Honeymoon.
Editor Jade Curson speaks in-depth with Telethon frontman Kevin Tully about storytelling, being Extremely Online, and finding positivity.
Rob Mair speaks to Blowout about their return, keeping things fun, and the rerelease of their debut record
Danny Miller waxes lyrical about an underrated classic from Signals Midwest
Ryan Wilkinson speaks to Tree River about their latest EP and the personal growth that produced it
Paris Fawcett speaks to Ithaca frontwoman Djamila Azzouz about the importance of fighting for a space in the scene she loves.
After their legendary Fest 18 set, Rob Mair catches up with Boston’s Future Teens about the importance of having the right chemistry.
So this is a new little thing for us but by request we have put together a shortlist of our favourite EPs of 2019. Enjoy xoxo Sweet Peach – Sheer Existence (Ryan Wilkinson) With track titles like ‘what if we kissed at the kia summer sales event?’ and ‘Everyone Needs a Song Called Untitled’, one could be forgiven for assuming […]
Alright, you know the drill by now. We asked everyone to write about their favourite record of 2019, and if you’re so inclined, you can read about them here. I’m off back to bed to eat leftover mince pies.
As I sit down to write this, it is the third time I’ve made a last-minute record switch. It’s been that kind of year once again, hasn’t it? At first, I was determined to write about Death Is A Warm Blanket, and how Microwave made a truly incredible, unsettling record that can change your life, if your life happens to […]
“So, here’s another sad one.” This is how, through a knowing laugh, Laura Stevenson introduced the majority of her set when I saw her in Glasgow earlier this year. Sure, on one hand, it was a self-deprecating approach to break the tension of an emotionally intense set, the grounded humility of which established a rapport with those who had come […]
Received wisdom says that as you get older, you get more conservative. Sure, there are plenty of possible theories as to why that might be the case – accumulation and therefore protection of wealth, changing priorities, the idealism of youth wearing thin – but honestly, I think it’s all bullshit. This year, I felt more radical than ever. Maybe it’s […]
Dave Hause excels at observing the state of the modern world and identifying how it impacts the individual. His first masterpiece came with 2013’s Devour, which examined capitalism and the American Dream through the perspective of a person who feels lied to and cheated. The album focused on how one’s mental health and personal relationships are affected by financial stress, […]