Interviews

Incendiary chat to Will Sergeant of Echo and the Bunnymen about his art


In all art or music there is a line backwards to some other movement that influences the next movement. In the music world  this is very obvious. I see a line far back in music to cavemen hitting two stones together to make a sound and another caveman hears this and thinks to himself "that sounds good, I wonder what two sticks will sound like"? Fast forward a few thousand years and we have Beethoven, Mozart, Beatles and Gaga.

Incendiary interview Eleanor Friedberger

I mean I really like the playfulness of the band, I’m totally for that, and we’re not a normal band: we don’t have a sound, we don’t sit in a room and jam like a normal band.

Incendiary speak to Codes in the Clouds

…I think we like to see the band to be something fun you do with your mates… we are fairly close knit and we like having a laugh.

Incendiary talk to Erased Tapes and Rival Consoles

I just want to sign music that can make me feel something.

Incendiary chat to Elia

We at Incendiary Towers were pretty impressed at the debut single from Elia, a new band from London. Funk-soul-flavoured pop guaranteed to get your feet moving. So we gave frontman Elia Rulli a call:

Incendiary speak to Adi Newton of the Anti Group and Clock DVA

The music we’re doing now, oh it’s very varied, the TAG stuff we’re doing is based on a continuation of ideas we started back in 1985 to 1988, the Meontological series

Incendiary interview Morton Valence

The problem in the music scene is that there’s too much conformity, everybody just copies everybody else in an effort to be cool, I would say being un-cool always trumps being cool as it lasts a lot longer.

Incendiary interview Thomas White

We are fucked. In five years’ time there'll be Pop Idol at the top, hobbyists at the bottom, and not much else in between. Depressing. Also true.

Incendiary interview EMA

Gender is strange. I hang out with boys a lot, and it’s still when I meet them on their level and they can’t figure it out whether they wanna fight me or fuck me. I take myself out of the equation.

Incendiary interview Oldseed

The rule in Europe is that you finish your drink BEFORE you go into a bar.  In N.A. it's the other way around.  I am always amazed that such a simple change in thinking can have such a profound effect on the people you meet.

Incendiary chow down with Wye Oak

Incendiary interview Ulrich Hesse

Incendiary text British Sea Power

Incendiary speak to Moon Visionaries

Incendiary speak to Moongoose

Incendiary interview Warpaint.

Incendiary speak to Delphic

Incendiary speak to Wendy McNeill

Incendiary speak to Colin Newman

I think it is, however, important to make some kind of interpretation of the zeitgeist, just not the same as everyone else does!

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