Interviews with both mainstream and underground artists.

In-depth music interviews covering electronic, experimental, rock, post-punk, gothic and a variety of other styles.

The English Beat

Dave Wakeling has been touring as The English Beat for many years, but until now had not released any new material. But the recently released "Here We Go Love," is well worth the wait. The album captures the essence of classic English Beat without trying to recreate the past.     › Read the interview

Lords of Acid

Since emerging in 1988 with the club classic "I Sit on Acid," Belguim's Lords of Acid have gone through many line-up changes and incorporated a variety of influences into their hard electronic sound. For the latest Lords of Acid release, the crowd-funded "Pretty in Kink," leader and founding member Praga Khan got the fans directly involved, allowing comments and feedback to shape the album.     › Read the interview

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Joy Askew

For her most recent solo album, “Queen Victoria,“ Joy Askew looked to the past to bring a new creative angle to her music. One day in 2013 she found herself inspired to incorporate the sound of traditional brass bands into her sound. After demoing material with local musicians, Askew traveled to England to work with the famous Brighouse & Rastrick Band. › Read the interview

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This Wilderness

This Wilderness is a new electro-punk duo comprised of Cop Shoot Cop's Jim Coleman and singer/performance artist Robert O. Leaver. Their debut album, "Sorry About Tomorrow," exhibits a sense of gloom and room, but also a strong dose of humor. Coleman and Leaver bring their talents together flawlessly to create a catchy but utterly twisted sound. › Read the interview

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Elk City

After a long gap between releases, New Jersey-based band Elk City returned last year with a cover of the Motel's classic "Suddenly Last Summer." It was a song very fitting for their dark, atmospheric yet catchy sound.  The track  also served as a good way to announce their signing to Bar/None Records, leading up to their newly released  album, "Everybody's Insecure." › Read the interview

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Serena Jost

Having recorded two albums with her band, cellist/singer/songwriter Serena Jost opted for a unique and completely solo approach to her newly-released third album, “Up To The Sky.” The album was recorded live over a two day period at the historic St. Peter’s Church in Chelsea, NYC. Open to improvisation, Jost allowed the space to influence and inspire the final result. › Read the interview

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The Rain Within

“Atomic Eyes" is the new album from The Rain Within, the solo electronic project of Bella Morte member Andy Deane. While both projects are dark and melodic, The Rain Within has more of a synthwave sound influenced by both 80s horror movie soundtracks and pop music. › Read the interview

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Chris Connelly interview

Chris Connelly

"The Tide Stripped Bare" is the 20th solo album from Scottish-born, Chicago-based musician/author Chris Connelly, and it is by far one of this strongest releases to date. › Read the interview

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Jacqui Hunt of CiiVE

CiiVE

Best known as lead singer of pioneering Australian band Single Gun Theory, Jacqui Hunt is back with CiiVE, a collaboration with Brian Conolly. › Read the interview

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Meat Beat Manifesto interview

Meat Beat Manifesto

Always innovative in their use of technology, Meat Beat Manifesto is back with “Impossible Star,” their first full album in 8 years. Founding member Jack Dangers talks about the long gap, making of the album, and more. › Read the interview

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OHMSLICE

Ω▽(OHMSLICE) is an experimental improvisational project started by Bradford Reed (King Missile III, inventor of the electric board zither called the "pencilina"). Reed initially sought to experiment with processing percussion through modular synthesizers, but OHMSLICE evolved to incorporate other collaborators and sounds. › Read the interview

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Gary Numan

Best known for his new wave synth pop hit “Cars,” Gary Numan's greatest success in decades was his 2013 “Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)” album. Having felt pressure to follow it up, it was actually Donald Trump that provided the creative spark behind his new “Savage (Songs from a Broken World).” › Read the interview

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In The Nursery

On their new album “1961,” In The Nursery looked to that year for inspiration in both their songwriting and sonic palette. As the birth year of twin founding members, Klive and Nigel Humberstone, it provided the focus and direction needed to create their first regular In The Nursey album in 5 years. › Read the interview

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Thor and Friends

“The Subversive Nature of Kindness” is the new sophomore release from Thor & Friends, a unique project founded by long-time Swans percussionist Thor Harris. Influenced by minimalist composers, Thor & Friends build their songs around instruments such as marimba, xylophone and vibraphone. › Read the interview

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Pere Ubu

Pere Ubu’s career spans over 40 years, and the highly influential band continues to surprise and challenge the listener. Their new album, “20 Years in a Montana Missile Silo” was recorded with a larger than normal lineup and features three guitarists › Read the interview

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Gizmodrome

Adrian Belew talks about Gizmodrome, a new collaboration with Stewart Copeland (The Police), Vittorio Cosma (PFM) and Mark King (Level 42). › Read the interview

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Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel

While Jay Aston's Gene Loves Jezebel have regularly regrouped to perform together, “Dance Underwater” is their first new album in 14 years. › Read the interview

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