Interviews

My Killing Joke Interview From 1983!!

By Iman Lababedi | June 2, 2013

“From Sid Vicious to Syd Barrett in three years,” cracks Geordie

Bassist Chet 'JR' White Gives His First (Angry) Interview Since Girls' Breakup

By Alyson Camus | March 27, 2013

The basic idea was that the band was built around camaraderie and friendship, for me at least. At some point the band felt like, as stupid as it sounds, “a band of brothers.” It felt like more than a band. So, when it became a band, it became less interesting

An Interview With Morgan Christopher Geer Of Portland-Based Band Drunken Prayer

By Alyson Camus | August 11, 2012

Drunken Prayer are currently touring to support their last album, ‘Into the Missionfield’, that Geer describes as really orchestrated, with a lot of musicians on it, ‘I took the time to record it’ he said.

Mahmoud Ahmed: Ethiopia's Greatest Singer Interviewed

By Iman Lababedi | August 10, 2012

I usually sing from my heart, totally immersed in my world, and I think that’s why I am able to touch the audience differently

New York Punk's Zelig, Jahn Xavier, Remembers Part Two: The Nitecaps And Beyond

By Iman Lababedi | July 10, 2012

“We always wanted it to be soul music without being purist, or slavish- I’ve always had a healthy skepticism for purism in any musical form. So we really wanted to turn it on its’ ass, and filter soul through our rock and roll sensibility, which was predominant for us”

Exclusive Interview With Joe Steinhardt On Reforming For Science

By Iman Lababedi | December 9, 2011

The band broke up, when, truly way out of control, Slovan disappeared while tripping and the always unruly band, disbanded. Their last concert was a Don Giovanni Showcase in February 2009. Three years later they’re back.

Alex York: “International, Rock, Theatric”

By Henry Sins | December 6, 2011

“I decided… it’s my duty to put on a good show so I pulled up some kids on stage, they kinda went nuts dancing to the music, and I just sort of tried to engage people…”

An Interview With John Henry Olthoff: "Sometimes I Have A Clear Destination In Mind"

By Alyson Camus | October 31, 2011

Whale songs, V-8 engines, rain falling, steel guitars, cats meowing, the shutter of an old SLR camera, footsteps coming for me

Cathy Richardson Of Jefferson Starship Occupies rock nyc

By Iman Lababedi | October 20, 2011

a sense of humor and a sense of wonder

An Interview With The "Honest Regular Dudes" Of Bayside

By admin | October 12, 2011

“When we started out playing VFW halls and shitty bars I never thought that our shows would require a forklift.”

Interview with The "Clean and Stress Free", Brooks Betts of Mayday Parade

By admin | October 9, 2011

on our last album, there was more major-label influence on it, and on this new album there was n

Exene Cervanka: "You've gotta make your own fun, you've got to be self-motivating"

By Helen Bach | October 3, 2011

chaos or under control?

The Interview: Seven Day Sonnet geeky, joking, musically well-round​ed guys

By Mary Magpie and Layna Cloud | August 19, 2011

“I don’t know what else I would do. I have no other skills.

Interview: Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low's "Prince of Persia".

By admin | August 8, 2011

the set had gone really well and I had to knock myself out. So that was kind of a bummer

Forever The Sickest Kids: Caleb and Marc Speak

By admin | April 27, 2011

On a rainy afternoon on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, CT, we took a moment to rapid fire questions with the two guitarists for FTSK