Interview: Ikara Colt

IKARA COLT interview by tom maxwell Fuck you! Fuck all of you reading this right now (especially you) and fuck all the unimportant bands muddling my brain with loose thoughts and incoherent ideas. You...

Interview: Jason Loewenstein

JASON LOEWENSTEIN interview by gordon downs For most fans of Sebadoh, Jason Loewenstein is merely “that other guy”. A stoned Jerry Lewis to Lou Barlow’s caustic Dean Martin. Though if you are a...

Interview: Last Days of April

LAST DAYS OF APRIL interview by smc Last Days of April are excellent, but you probably haven’t heard them. As simple and poignant as a polite slap in the face, these (now) two Swedish gentlemen have...

Interview: No Knife

NO KNIFE interview by tom maxwell If you had to pick one band who you thought would make it really, really big, who would it be? Personally, I’ve seen Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Blink (182), Jawbreaker,...

Interview: Rise Against

RISE AGAINST interview by chris wharton Do you guys have any plans to tour the U.S. to support "Revolutions Per Minute" after you return from Europe? If so, do you know who you will be taking out on the...

Interview: Scissorfight

SCISSORFIGHT interview by bushman Purity is hard to come by in rock and roll. Oh sure, many have mastered the cloning of the retro-rock formula to varying degrees of "rockin", but it's the elusive...

Interview: Haste

by bushman There are two kinds of bands doing the "little bit of this, little bit of that" genre hopping approach. The formula of late sounds like an out-dated Reese's Peanut Butter Cup commercial...

Interview: Pakelika

PAKELIKA: THE GREAT ONE SPEAKS Interview by james wright It's almost 11pm on a Saturday night and I’m nervous as hell. My hands are dripping in sweat, partly in fear and the other half in anticipation...

Interview: The Forms

THE FORMS interview by tom maxwell The Forms are a three-piece addition to the plagued scene and their debut album “Icarus” was recorded with the help of music industry legends John Golden and Steve...