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Nov 13 '22


Jess Abbott discusses a much-needed reprieve and making music on the other side.

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Nov 06 '22


Sarah Shook leaves the Disarmers for a moment to make music on her own terms.

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Sep 26 '22

Tim Burgess

The Charlatans front man talks about chasing and completing the double album.

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Sep 12 '22

Brooke Annibale

Brooke Annibale emerges from the pandemic with an emotionally-charged new album and plenty of gratitude for it all.

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Aug 29 '22

Anna Tivel

Anna Tivel talks about the joys of gathering stories and the release of her beautiful new LP, Outsiders.

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Aug 22 '22

Marcus King

Marcus King rarely "comes up for air" but he reflects with us a bit in this latest interview

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Aug 14 '22


The spacious pop palette of Brijean is a captivating response to a world of grief.

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Jul 25 '22


Kathryn Calder and Mark Andrew Hamilton talk about the joy of recording together as Frontperson.

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May 23 '22


Mary Beth Richardson on the changes behind and excitement ahead for Banditos

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May 16 '22


Ben Stidworthy tells of Ought's breakup and the ease of making music under new circumstances.

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Apr 25 '22

Victor Mucho

Judah & The Lion's Brian Macdonald emerges with a beautiful new project borne from Swedish isolation.

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Mar 21 '22

Suz Slezak

Taking a step away from David Wax Museum is an exercise in personal exploration.

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Mar 14 '22

Brad Barr

The Barr Brothers front man talks about the challenge of having complete freedom.

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Mar 07 '22

Andy Zipf

Singer songwriter Andy Zipf talks about going all-in on his tenth album.

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Feb 21 '22

Wild Rivers

Andrew Oliver breaks down the band's work with Peter Katis and new album, 'Sidelines.'

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Jan 24 '22


Jacob Hemphill takes us behind the personal and sonic shifts for SOJA amid the pandemic.

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Dec 20 '21


The women in Trousdale come out of a pandemic with greater confidence and chemistry.

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Dec 13 '21

Curtis Harding

Curtis Harding has arranged a vibrant, hopeful bouquet for listeners in these troubled times.

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Dec 06 '21

Beach Fossils

Dustin Payseur finally gets to put out the jazzy music he's been waiting 15 years to make.

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Nov 22 '21

Dave Monks

The Tokyo Police Club front man loves the creative journey of making a new solo album.

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Nov 07 '21

Le Ren

Lauren Sharp opens up about her fragile demeanor and the journey to become Le Ren.

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Oct 24 '21


Riley McCluskey and Aaron Kirkbride describe their (semi-)obedience to familiar pop structures.

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Oct 11 '21


Behind the band's journey to focus on what they can control—the music—and how it came together beautifully on a new album.

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Sep 19 '21


Brad Corrigan and Chad Urmston discuss their new album, Break Our Fall.

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Aug 22 '21

Charles Spearin

After years with Broken Social Scene and Do Make Say Think, Charles Spearin emerges from a pandemic with a new solo album.

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Aug 02 '21


Shunguzdo opens up about her craft, her relationship with fear, and trusting her instincts.

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Jul 12 '21

Laura Stevenson

The distance between who Laura Stevenson is and who she wants to be is closing fast these days.

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Jul 05 '21

Cloud Nothings

Dylan Baldi talks about working with Steve Albini again and the other side of a pandemic.

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Jun 14 '21

Michigan Rattlers

The quartet discusses a beautiful new album and what they learned about themselves in a global pandemic.

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May 31 '21


The electropop trio talks about shelving an entire album in order to dig deep for something personal.

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May 17 '21

The Steel Woods

Wes Bayliss reflects on the tragic loss of guitarist Rowdy Cope and the dynamic new album that honors him so well.

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May 03 '21

Far Lands

Andy McFarlane and Ivan Howard discuss the heart of their new collaboration.

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Apr 26 '21


Joey Van Lier discusses the release of a brand new album in the midst of global lockdown.

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Apr 19 '21

Marc Scibilia

Marc Scibilia reflects on his move to Nashville and getting closer to finding his authentic, artistic self.

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Mar 29 '21

Joe Pug

The singer-songwriter's new album isn't just another b-sides project.

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Mar 14 '21

Langhorne Slim

Langhorne Slim describes the personal healing power of his new album, Strawberry Mansion.

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Mar 07 '21


Michael Tapper details his journey of stepping out as a solo artist.

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Feb 28 '21


Shamir discusses how he spent the pandemic and what new song has him as inspired as ever.

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Feb 22 '21

Mando Saenz

Singer-songwriter Mando Saenz serves the songs so well on his latest, 'All My Shame'.

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Feb 07 '21

Beta Radio

Ben Mabry and Brent Holloman clear the creative slate to find new way forward.

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Jan 11 '21

Azure Ray

Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor reflect on the 20th anniversary of their self-titled LP.

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Jan 05 '21

Big Ideas

Adam Harrison talks about the "parallel" existence of Big Ideas with The Boxer Rebellion.

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Dec 13 '20

French Cassettes

Scott Huerta talks about the surprising songwriting sessions that led to French Cassettes new LP, 'Rolodex.'

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Dec 06 '20


Joey Burns details how Calexico wanted to avoid any holiday trappings on their latest LP, 'Seasonal Shift'

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Nov 29 '20


Missio's aim remains true through industry ups and personal downs.

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Nov 16 '20

Cory Wong

Cory Wong discusses a gratifying year in the wake of a global pandemic.

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Nov 13 '20

The Cranberries

Fergal Lawler looks back on the band's mega-hit 'No Need to Argue' and its new reissued box set.

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