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Eau Rouge on why story-telling in music is important: Interview

Eau Rouge have been building up momentum for a few years now with a following of fans growing and growing by cooking up a hybrid sound “that’s part indie and part electronica”, placing them alongside bands as Editors and M83 [...]

December 14, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

Three decades of De/Vision: The dark interview

In the beginning of 1994 I was still frustrated that Depeche Mode had “betrayed” their listeners by bringing alternative rock into their electronic soundscape with the release of “Songs of Faith and Devotion”. I never accepted the album until years [...]

December 11, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

15 years of solidarity and independence: The story of Audiolith Records

One day in May this year we met up with Audiolith label boss Lars Lewerenz in a park in Hamburg, just to have a chat about nothing in particular but enjoying a beer in the green grass and learn to [...]

December 5, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

The constant evolution of The Slow Readers Club: Interview

The last couple of years have seen Manchester four-piece The Slow Readers Club perform sell-out shows up and down the UK, including a sold-out Apollo at home. After two albums and very little attention, everything were about to change after supporting [...]

December 2, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

30 years of nasty guitar riffs and hostile drum noise: Therapy? interviewed

It was 1994 and just as British rock was struggling along came a young trio from Northern Ireland with one of the most infectious rock albums of the year. “Troublegum“ was released and Therapy? made their way onto the bigger [...]

November 26, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider

Raw, unfiltered indie rock and crazy gigs: False Heads interviewed

Music media and Reddit threads have been eulogizing the death of indie rock for what feels like an eternity. However, those bands they’re mourning is from the early 2000s, when bands like The Strokes made “Is This It” and The Libertines in [...]

November 21, 2018 Interviews, Recent posts, Slider
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