Interview + Album Premiere: sucker supreme to study and relax to
Jane catches up with Rosie Tucker and Wolfy on Wolfy's lo-fi rendition of Tucker's third album 'Sucker Supreme.' Appropriately titled 'sucker supreme to study and relax to,' the album follows similar unexpected blips of recording. In this interview, we dig deep into the world of accessible music creation, the prioritizations in the instrumental sphere, and Wolfy's unmeasurable love for One Direction, amongst other things.
Your New Favorite Label: Smartpunk Records
For the latest edition of Your New Favorite Label, Jami spoke to label manager Matt Burns to learn all the ins and outs about running Smartpunk Records.
The Details: Appleby discusses ‘Half Life’
The Details is our video series where we chat with artists about their recent releases, getting a behind-the-scenes look at the processes of writing, recording, and releasing music. On our latest episode, Molly Mary O’Brien talked with Los Angeles singer-songwriter Appleby about his song "Half Life," a propulsive song about feeling emotions so intense you simply don't know what to do.
Artist Interview: Vera Kahn
Jane catches up with Vera Kahn, a New York City-based who recently released her debut 'Charmed, I'm Sure.' Self-coined as "city music" that instrumentally follows a finite grid of country, she explores the motif of the grey area through verdant melodies, moving basslines, and charismatic narrative authenticity.
Artist Interview: Lunar Vacation
Jane interviews Grace Repasky and Maggie Geeslin of Lunar Vacation on their upcoming album Inside Every Fig Is A Dead Wasp, their early days in the Atlanta DIY scenes, and a reimagination of their sound from teen to early adulthood.
Artist Interview: Pageants and “Sun and Settled Days”
Hope interviews Pageants about their sophomore record "Sun and Settled Days," a soundscape balanced between sunny mirth and melancholy.
Artist Interview: Gabbo
Zac speaks to Salisbury, MD, based singer and activist Gabbo about their upcoming debut EP.
The Details: Dial Up Records discuss ‘The Organelle’
The Details is our video series where we chat with artists about their recent releases, getting a behind-the-scenes look at the processes of writing, recording, and releasing music. On our latest episode, Meg West and Beth Townsend of Dial Up Records discuss their compilation Vol. 1: The Organelle, in which they passed a unique synthesizer called the Organelle amongst 12 musicians during Covid-19's lockdown.
Interview: Lucid Express
Hope talks to Lucid Express about their new self-titled record, signing with Kanine Records, the theme of escapism in their music, and the creativity and friendship that shaped the record.
Interview: Free Throw
Jane Lai chatted with Cory Castro of Free Throw about the making of the band’s new album ‘Piecing It Together’
Jane Lai talked with Boyish about the making of their new EP 'we're all gonna die, but here's my contribution'
Zac speaks to Seattle post-hardcore band Fixtures about their debut LP 'Life in Retreat'