Our interview with the enduring Scottish singer-songwriter found her in ebullient mood about her new record and tour of 2018.
‘People say there are two Marc Almonds,’ says the singer, whose raging curiosity and fascination with the strange has fashioned an ever experimental career.
Steve Hillage was part of Gong’s formative years, recording the ‘Radio Gnome Trilogy’ with Daevid Allen. “It left an indelible mark on me,” he says.
XTC’s ‘Skylarking’ album was testing to make, but has become recognized as one of the finest albums of all time. Andy Partridge reveals the full story.
‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ found The Struts walking it like they talk it. “Being ‘dangerous’ means being true to ourselves,” says frontman Luke Spiller.
The new video series and podcast offers candid interviews with artists while in quarantine.
The barriers women face in sports don’t differ much from that of the music industry, and they will be knocked down all the same.
Larry Crane, producer, engineer and Elliott Smith’s official archivist, reflects on the singer-songwriter’s early recordings.
From a duet with Rosanne Cash to finding “the special parts” of “a really right-wing state”, ‘Oklahoma’ finds Keb’ Mo’ creating an of-the-moment classic.
“I have always looked at this as a great opportunity to celebrate Queen’s catalog first and foremost.”
Archivist Joe Travers has worked on maintaining Frank Zappa’s vision with an on-going series of releases, we talk with the “Vaultmeister” himself.
“There’s a lot of rebirth on this record and it is heavy, but I think that’s why people who like this band, love this band.”
“This would be the next generation’s rock’n’roll, but what would be its soundtrack?” says ‘Hackers’ director Iain Softley.
Former music photographer and close friend of Elliott Smith, JJ Gonson looks back on her time in the songwriter’s orbit, and on other artists she captured on camera.
With an expansive reissue on the way, Cranberries drummer Fergal Lawler reflects on the band’s breakthrough debut, ‘No Need To Argue.’
Carol Decker and Ronnie Rogers of T’Pau talk about career highs, overlooked songs, and the eclecticism at the heart of the band.