Makeup & Vanity Set’s Matthew Pusti discusses his new album’s origins, its accompanying short film, the legacy of the ’80s, and much more.
Oh Godspeed, how I’ve missed you so.
Jason Corder discusses his projects, the concepts behind his work, and other things.
There was never a conscious decision made between us about which direction to go in with the album. It was whatever felt right at the time.
After rediscovering the dark ambient sounds of Brett Smith (aka Caul), I interviewed him about Caul’s origins as well as current and future projects.
We discuss the band’s “new” sound, their new member, and what it’s like to record in a haunted apartment.
Jonathan Donaldson catches up with main-Furry Gruff Rhys about the end of the journey of their 2001 classic, Rings Around the World.
Halou is just one of those bands that seem to instantly bewitch anyone who hears them.
I feel I have to apologize to anyone reading this interview.
Despite being a relatively young label, it already possesses an impressive catalog, not to mention an artistic integrity that most labels would gladly give up their crossover appeal to have.
Morella’s Forest made me a believer in Christian rock.
Phillip Kim has done an incredible amount of service to a growing Christian music industry.
I approached them and quickly learned how sincere and heartfelt they truly were.
He has a genuine vision for his label and the many projects that he’s involved in.
We sat down the founder of Velvet Blue Music to discuss music, new releases, and why music is trash.