Kristy Diaz meets “the anti-White Stripes”, and learns why everyone should do what they want.
Kika Chatterjee talks to Microwave frontman Nate Hardy about the band’s unlikely journey from church to the Warped Tour
Passing out of the 18-30 demographic doesn’t have to mean losing touch.
By Rob Barbour Imagine a band with the dynamics and passion of Devil and God…-era Brand New, the heartfelt sincerity of Manchester Orchestra, and the melodic sensibility of Death Cab For Cutie. Now throw in a disregard for genre conventions that’s become Say Anything’s stock-in-trade. Is that something you might be interested in? Meet Backwards Dancer. The quartet hail from […]
Speaking to Kristy Diaz, Carly Comando dresses down the scene she’s part of.
On the eve of its release, Mastodon tell us why Emperor of Sand necessitated their return to the concept album.
Ahead of the release of a new album this week, we spoke to SoNo frontman Cam Boucher about the impact of friendship on their music.
“If the metal genre is usually a horror movie, Devil is Fine is its Oscar-bait counterpart.”
As Creeper prepare to release their début album, Will Gould talks to us about rebuilding the artist-audience barrier.
Suicide Silence refuse to be, y’know, silenced.
A career in music is an uncertain venture – and that’s okay.
Talking heartbreak, punk rock and normality with one of Australia’s most exciting new talents.
“That was the first night I remember counting the non-white people at a show. The number fit on one hand.”
This is a very good band that you should probably listen to.
A profile on one of the world’s fastest-rising bands as they get set to drop their debut full-length.
Laetitia Tamko has found the perfect balance between the grounded and the ethereal.