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Interviews

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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Oct 18 '18

Liz Vice

The spiritual songstress wrestles with her calling and place in the music business.

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Sep 27 '18

Nick Flora

The singer-songwriter has a beautiful way of mining for meaning in places often overlooked

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Sep 24 '18

Steven Page

The former Barenaked Ladies front man discusses longevity in the business, the power of art and what it means to write with doubt.

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Sep 20 '18

Howard

Exploring the painful tension that led to Howard's beautiful new album, 'Together Alone'

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Sep 13 '18

Dizzy

Canadian dream pop band Dizzy waited three long years to release their debut LP, Baby Teeth. But it is worth the wait.

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Sep 10 '18

Greg Laswell

Laswell's vulnerability in dealing so openly with dashed expectations and personal tragedy on 'Next Time' is a musical gift.

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Sep 07 '18

Ages and Ages

Tim Perry's definition of success is nothing more than true connection with the audience.

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Sep 03 '18

Milo Greene

The band's music has felt magical from the beginning, but their third album shows what they can truly do.

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Aug 30 '18

Lawrence

Behind the soulful storytelling of one of the most compelling young bands in America.

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Aug 27 '18

Olivia Chaney

Olivia Chaney has a firm grip on what compels most of our favorite artists: a deeply held belief that beauty will rise.

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Aug 23 '18

Joey Dosik

How a "saxophone existential crisis" gave way to Secretly Canadian's next great signing

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Aug 20 '18

Yuno

Ten years after he first sent Sub Pop a demo, Yuno found himself approached by his favorite label.

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Aug 16 '18

Roanoke

Nashville's most under-appreciated band shows a more expansive palette on their new EP.

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Aug 06 '18

POSTDATA

The Wintersleep front man talks about his solo project, a new band album and the tragic loss of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison.

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Jul 30 '18

Will Dailey

The acclaimed songwriter on the algorithms that separate us and how he's reaching for real connection.

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Jul 23 '18

Tancred

Jess Abbott put more into her latest LP, Nightstand, than she has ever put into an album before.

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Jul 17 '18

SYML

Former Barcelona front man Brian Fennell discusses life as a family man and musician.

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Jul 12 '18

Katie Herzig

The pop songstress opens up about the hard work it takes to cross a musical finish line.

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Jun 25 '18

Horse Feathers

Horse Feathers made one of their best records while navigating the rocky terrain of modern music.

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Jun 22 '18

Joel Levi

It's taken some time but the singer-songwriter's hard work is finally paying off.

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Jun 18 '18

Vacationer

On the difficulties of following your internal impulses no matter the cost

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Jun 14 '18

Katie Toupin

Toupin says returning to square one musically was the refreshing turn she needed to move forward.

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Jun 12 '18

Steve Gunn

Steve Gunn keeps moving through the world, cognizant of where he is, not where he could be.

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Jun 04 '18

FAN

Meric Long of The Dodos steps out into the solo unknown as FAN

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May 21 '18

Speedy Ortiz

Sadie Dupuis on the importance of musical connection, reading, teaching, and making yourself happy.

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Apr 23 '18

Hush Kids

Jill Andrews and Peter Groenwald team up for Nashville's new dream team

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Apr 16 '18

Tristen

Tristen dives deep about her calling to make music in a rollercoaster industry

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Apr 12 '18

Matt Pond

Matt Pond leaves the past behind and embarks on a brand a new project where everyone can contribute.

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Mar 16 '18

Hot Snakes

John Reis, The Swami, talks about Hot Snakes' latest record, The Ramones, and how to try to get kids to like punk rock

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Mar 12 '18

Chris Schlarb

Musician, studio guru, producer, and bandleader launches a new label, Big Ego Records, and follows the Muse

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Feb 28 '18

Julian Lage

The acclaimed guitarist returns with another stellar release with his electric trio.

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Feb 18 '18

Will Johnson

Will Johnson's latest collaborative project, Marie/Lepanto, is an album rooted in dark places and the slowness of time.

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Feb 12 '18

Metz

Behind the revelatory rock and roll of Sub Pop's finest trio.

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Feb 08 '18

Geographer

On being a failed novelist, a successful musician and the journey from one to the other.

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Jan 08 '18

The Mynabirds

Laura Burhenn's latest record reads reactionary on the surface. Don't let that mislead you.

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