In preparation for his Bonnaroo debut, Father John Misty partook in a press conference call for an interview – which I was able to hop in on.
We have a chat with Ones To Watch for 2013 KOPPS.
I got to chat with the lovely ladies of Icona Pop about everything from the idea behind the inescapable “I Love It” and playing the iconic Madison Square Garden to the TV show Girls and how Swedes have perfected pop music.
We talk Sharon Van Etten, branching into synth-pop, and hiding under your hat with Nashville’s Torres.
We got the chance to talk to Richie Follin of Guards, whose debut album is chock-full of singalongs and summer jams.
We had a Skype chat with MØ, and discussed how it’s been working with the likes of Ronni Vindahl and MS MR, the surreal experience of riding the buzz-wave, and, of course, her musical roots in the Spice Girls.
The world’s first-ever interview with Xander the Great helps to get a better sense of where the band come from, and where they think they’re going.
Check out our interview with WHY?’s Yoni Wolf, before the band embarks on their spring tour.
We sat down with Van She where we discussed the music industry, electronic music, and how their hit song “Jamaica” is not really about Jamaica.
We caught up with Willy Moon last week to catch up on his 2012, and even try and help him think of an album title.
We had a chat with Ryan from Pacific Air, talking about the band being signed to a major label, the brother dynamic in the band and how he’ll probably hate his album in ten years time.
In between his Parklife shows, I actually got to sit down with the man behind St. Lucia to discuss everything from his debut album to why pizza shouldn’t cost $33.
After releasing their first album in four years, we got to speak to Australian duo The Presets before headlining the touring Parklife Festival as well as their own North American tour.
We got the chance to ask a few questions of Jim Noir, whose latest collection of quirky, 60s-esque pop surpasses all expectations.
As part of their Spotlight South of France tell us about how the band came to be, where they plan to go from here, their stance on file sharing and the frustrations of social media.