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Interviews

Aug 10 '20

Lewis Del Mar

Danny Miller and Max Harwood are positioning themselves to be around for a very long time.

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Aug 03 '20

Fleece

Fleece front man Matt Rogers has no problem staying positive these days.

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Jul 26 '20

Hockey Dad

Zach Stephenson and Billy Fleming find a familiar space to make foreign music.

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Jul 13 '20

David Ramirez

The poignant singer-songwriter brings beauty to the world with his first set of songs steeped in love.

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Jul 06 '20

The Beths

Liz Stokes and Jonathan Pearce put any fears of a sophomore slump to rest on their new album, Jump Rope Gazers.

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Jun 29 '20

Finn Andrews

The Veils front man reflects on his solo debut, the band's status and an uncertain musical future.

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Jun 22 '20

Twisted Pine

The unconventional approach and lineup of Twisted Pine makes for a captivating listen.

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Jun 14 '20

Will Hoge

Will Hoge believes you'll enjoy his new record if he can figure out the best way to make you listen.

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Jun 08 '20

311

311's Nick Hexum reflects on the fan loyalty and band camaraderie that's allowed for 30 years of music.

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May 26 '20

Teddy Thompson

Teddy Thompson opens up about his creative process and the centrality of love in all art.

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May 18 '20

Ivan & Alyosha

Tim Wilson says honesty is the throughline for Ivan & Alyosha's creative process and new EP

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Apr 27 '20

Surfer Blood

John Paul Pitts chronicles the roller coaster ride of Surfer Blood's first decade.

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Apr 06 '20

Anna Burch

Anna Burch has returned with a "restful record" ideally suited to these socially distant days.

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Mar 29 '20

Desert Noises

Kyle Henderson details the band's break and return with a bolder attitude than ever before.

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Mar 25 '20

Nap Eyes

Nigel Chapman details the balance of his band's free-writing approach.

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Mar 09 '20

Oh Wonder

The London duo discusses the momentum and machine at work around them.

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Mar 03 '20

Elkhorn

A crippling snowstorm gave Elkhorn a rare creative opportunity to record their latest LP, The Storm Sessions.

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Mar 02 '20

Coma Girls

Chris Spino explains his vision for true pop music and how he works to craft it with Coma Girls.

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Feb 23 '20

Purr

The duo formerly known as Jack & Eliza transition into a more fully realized sound and outlet.

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Feb 09 '20

Cheerleader

Joe Haller describes why he had to hit reset after Cheerleader's debut album and what brought him back to it all.

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Feb 06 '20

SHEL

The Holbrook sisters are back with their most joyful music in years.

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Feb 03 '20

Radical Face

Ben Cooper on the debut that no one cared about and the church-like beauty of touring.

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Jan 20 '20

Karen & the Sorrows

Karen Pittelman talks about her childhood soundtrack and the fears of taking the creative reins on her new album.

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Jan 13 '20

Hawktail

Brittany Haas on the tension of tradition and innovation and the beauty of Hawktail's chemistry.

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Nov 25 '19

Augustana

Dan Layus feels electric making songs under the Augustana banner once again

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Nov 18 '19

Dessa

Sound the Bells feels like an important place for the Doomtree emcee to pause and reflect.

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Nov 11 '19

Class Photo

STRFKR's Patrick Morris has good reasons for needing so much time to release his debut.

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Nov 04 '19

Joshua Radin

Joshua Radin faces his deficiencies and finds healing on his latest full-length album.

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Oct 28 '19

Matthew Ryan

The veteran singer-songwriter rejects the hustle for the sake of a healthier vocation and life.

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Oct 21 '19

Noah Gundersen

Noah says he's learned some painful lessons about ego and expectations, but he's come out healthier on the other side.

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Oct 03 '19

HalfNoise

Zac Farro waves goodbye to Nashville with the expansive freedom of 'Natural Disguise.'

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Sep 23 '19

Boy & Bear

After wondering whether or not there would be any music in their future, the Aussie band is back and better than ever.

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Sep 16 '19

Jeremy Ivey

Margo Price convinced her husband to step out on his own, and the songs came flowing shortly thereafter.

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Sep 13 '19

Humbird

The arresting layers of Humbird's new album made us want to hear the story behind the songs.

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Sep 02 '19

Neighbor Lady

Emily Braden and Jack Blauvelt take us inside the (lack of) pressures to follow up their refreshing and inventive debut album.

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Aug 26 '19

Generationals

Grant Widmer and Ted Joyner on what they learned from Richard Swift and the creative freedom of their new album.

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Aug 19 '19

De La Noche

Ivan Howard (Gayngs, The Rosebuds) was happy to be tricked into joining his latest band.

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Aug 12 '19

Jenny Tolman

One of country music's bright young stars takes us behind the imaginative characters in her musical neighborhood.

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Aug 05 '19

Rising Appalachia

Leah Smith has learned to obey the muse at all costs, even if it means staying patient in the face of industry demands.

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Jul 31 '19

The Harmaleighs

The Harmaleighs aren't exactly sure where to go from here, but their latest should shine a bright enough light to move ahead.

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Jul 08 '19

Griffin House

The singer-songwriter walks in the tension of expectation and gratitude in his musical career.

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Jun 24 '19

Palehound

Ellen Kempner shares the lessons she's learned on her journey to be true to herself.

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Jun 16 '19

Aisha Badru

The singer-songwriter has found personal healing and is offering musical medicine to anyone who will listen.

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Jun 03 '19

Mekons

Jon Langford opens up about longevity, insecurity and the ties that bind The Mekons together.

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May 27 '19

JR JR

A double album in the digital era is a bold yet authentic move from one of pop music's brightest bands.

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May 20 '19

These New Puritans

Jack Barnett believes art can be transformational and he hopes These New Puritans can embody that very notion.

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May 13 '19

The Yawpers

The raucous roots music of The Yawpers follows more rules than you might expect.

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May 06 '19

Allen Tate

Sam Fermin's vocalist connects in meaningful ways on his latest solo record, 'In The Waves'

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Apr 29 '19

Unwed Sailor

The instrumental rock band forges some dark musical narratives for its most bombastic work to date.

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Apr 16 '19

Savoir Adore

Savoir Adore is back with a heartening (and hypnotic) treatise on the power of change

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Apr 09 '19

C Duncan

The critical fave expands his sonic palette on a stunning new album.

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Mar 29 '19

Lissie

The singer-songwriter finds some space for her and her magnificent voice to breathe.

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Jan 08 '19

Frances Cone

The Nashville duo has taken their time to get the songs on Late Riser just right.

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Dec 14 '18

Ian King, Author

In his book, Appetite for Definition, Ian King tackles a subject that inspires division and discord among listeners: rock genres.

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Dec 06 '18

J.K. Crowe

JK Crowe's understated new EP, Buried, is a welcome surprise for the listener.

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Dec 03 '18

Luluc

Zoe Randell opens up about her creative process and the marriage of discipline and mystery.

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Nov 29 '18

Ruby Boots

Bex Chilcott discusses bravery, fear and the decision to move to America.

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Nov 19 '18

Parker Gispert

The Whigs front man delivers a stunning new solo album after wrestling with his own musical future.

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Nov 12 '18

The Joy Formidable

Ritzy Bryan dishes on the band's "personal" new album and how they've avoided going over the edge of burnout.

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Nov 05 '18

William Fitzsimmons

Fitzsimmons has beautifully crafted a set of three-dimensional songs that truly honors the complexity of his broken experiences.

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Nov 01 '18

Good Old War

The Philly folk-pop trio opens up about earnest music, their new EPs and losing track of tiem.

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Oct 25 '18

Gregory Alan Isakov

Isakov talks about getting nervous before shows, taking time to garden and his sustainable approach to songwriting.

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Oct 22 '18

Keller Williams

The veteran one-man band is on a mission to make us laugh in the midst of these divisive times.

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