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Interview: Tigermilk

We sit down with rising artist Paulina Tala (Tigermilk) and talk about her striking and inventive music, global travels, and creative recording methods.
 
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Interview with Warm Weather

I spoke with Warm Weather's Ryan Pollie, who covered everything from his childhood piano lessons to the production process of the LA trio's Dances EP. The release is currently being offered at an absurd discount on GroopEase --...

 
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Interview with The Wind

The Wind’s excellent double-album, Harum-Scarum, is one of my favorite releases from the past year. You can check out the review here. GroopEase is offering an ABSURD discount on the album: 23 songs for $3! It’s an ...
 
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Interview with The Drums

If you own a computer or a TV, odds are you have heard pop-punk band The Drums. With numerous songs featured on commercials and on TV, the media has rapidly turned the Brooklyn-born band into a sensation. Guitarist Jacob Graham...

 
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Interview with Chiddy Bang

Alternative hip-hop has blurred the lines between genres since the late 80’s. Recently, up-and-coming hip-hop artists like Hoodie Allen and Das Racist have kept this tradition alive by sampling popular indie anthems like ...
 
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Interview with Laura Imbruglia

There are plenty of musicians that use the luck of being born with a celebrity surname to speed up their own career, but not Laura Imbruglia. The younger sister of pop queen Natalie has spent most of her career trying to forge ...

 
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Interview with The Flaming Lips

At 49, Wayne Coyne and his quartet of space-a-delic freaks have earned a Grammy, covered Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” in its entirety, and toured relentlessly across the world. Currently on tour for Embryonic, the s...
 
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Interview with The Hood Internet

A sit-down with DJ duo The Hood Internet in South Korea brought up topics like traveling, real-life occupations, and Korean alcohol. Their music, which is renowned for its hybrid of indie-rock and hip-hop, has been critically a...

 
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Shapiro’s Road Ahead

He is eight days from home and Carl Shapiro, namesake of DC-based Shapiro, can’t wait to get into his own bed. The 6-foot-2, lion-maned bassist has been sleeping in a 15-passenger van for the past month, on the road with his b...
 
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Interview with Shanell

If Lil’ Wayne tells a burgeoning artist to stop giving their songs to other people and start recording them for their own sake, that is advice they would do best to heed. Shanell, aka SNL, can testify as such. First a former ba...