Interviews

The Smell of Our Town - An interview with the Hidden Cameras

" The Smell of Our Town - An interview with the Hidden Cameras"

 

The Smell of Our Town:The Hidden Cameras, Saviours of Art-pop

Youth and the Kingdom - An interview with the Kings of Leon

" Youth and the Kingdom - An interview with the Kings of Leon"

 

Youth and the Kingdom

Droning the Blues Away! - An Interview with The Drones

" Droning the Blues Away! - An Interview with The Drones "

Droning the blues away! Jonathan Dekel interviews Gareth Liddiard, guitarist and vocalist of Australia's hottest band this side of AC/DC - The Drones

An Interview with Lou Barlow of Sebadoh

" An Interview with Lou Barlow of Sebadoh "

Sebadoh - Alive MMIII An interview with Lou Barlow from the Sebadoh Resurrection in Rotterdam, by stevenmc.

Black Keys and the Dirty Ground - An Interview with the Black Keys

" Black Keys and the Dirty Ground - An Interview with the Black Keys"

Black Keys and the Dirty Ground An interview with The Black Keys by Jonathan Dekel.

Journey to the Great Eastern - An Interview with Eastern Lane

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Journey to the Great Eastern - An Interview with Eastern Lane

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A Domino Birthday - An Interview with Laurence Bell of Domino Records

 

A Domino Birthday - An Interview with Laurence Bell of Domino Records

Domino Records Pavement, Sebadoh, Folk Implosion, Clearlake, Elliott Smith, Four Tet, The Kills, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Clinic, Royal Trux, The Pastels...have I got your attention yet?.

She Is - An Interview with Scout Niblett

Nirvana first made me want to play guitar. Kurt Cobain I suppose.

Who turned on the bright lights? - One man's quest to find Interpol

"The truth is in the Music. Who turned on the bright lights? - One man's quest to find Interpol", by Jonathan Dekel.

The Writing On The Wall - An Interview with Cursive

You know, I'm not that sure if I can be really excited about it because actually the songs are truly terrible.

The Mass Gadgets - An Interview with Oceansize

Our sound has just evolved really, but right from the first rehearsal, we kind of had it in the bag.

 

Taking a Stance - An Interview with The Stands

You can't force it. You never write a song thinking 'this is going to be a great popsong'.

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