Interviews Archive

  • If you're one of the many in this town who have become disenchanted with music choked by irony and self-aware detachment, Wowser Bowser are here to help you...

    STUDIO TO STREET: Wowser Bowser

    If you're one of the many in this town who have become disenchanted with music choked by irony and self-aware detachment, Wowser Bowser are here to help you...

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  • With the release of their debut full-length, Garden Window, Atlanta's O'Brother held nothing back. The eleven-song effort is a big statement album rich in detail...

    STUDIO TO STREET: O’Brother

    With the release of their debut full-length, Garden Window, Atlanta's O'Brother held nothing back. The eleven-song effort is a big statement album rich in detail...

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  • Michael Potter talks to Latest Disgrace about his latest projects, the collaborative process, his many influences and why he rarely performs live...

    INTERVIEW: The Electric Nature

    Michael Potter talks to Latest Disgrace about his latest projects, the collaborative process, his many influences and why he rarely performs live...

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  • Heavy metal is one of the most progressive genres on the market, which is one reason why it's such an acquired taste for many...

    INTERVIEW: Marty Eason

    Heavy metal is one of the most progressive genres on the market, which is one reason why it's such an acquired taste for many...

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  • In the second installment of a multi-part interview, the Far Out crew discusses the their development as artists and the difficulties of breaking into hip-hop...

    INTERVIEW: Far Out Ventures, Part 2

    In the second installment of a multi-part interview, the Far Out crew discusses the their development as artists and the difficulties of breaking into hip-hop...

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  • In the first installment of a multi-part interview, the Far Out crew discusses the origins of their collective and how Glenn and BiAS got their start rapping...

    INTERVIEW: Far Out Ventures, Part 1

    In the first installment of a multi-part interview, the Far Out crew discusses the origins of their collective and how Glenn and BiAS got their start rapping...

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  • Coheed and Cambria are not really an emo-core band. Nor are they really punk, or hardcore, or some metal hybrid, although there is much of all of these styles in their music. Progressive rock comes to mind...

    FROM THE ARCHIVES: Interview with Coheed and Cambria (2006)

    Coheed and Cambria are not really an emo-core band. Nor are they really punk, or hardcore, or some metal hybrid, although there is much of all of these styles in their music. Progressive rock comes to mind...

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  • After successfully navigating the murky waters of local band obscurity and clawing their way to the surface (winning a coveted Creative Loafing Reader's Choice Award for Best New Local Music Act in the process), Atlanta's Attention System are ready to take things to the next level.

    INTERVIEW: 7 Questions with Attention System

    After successfully navigating the murky waters of local band obscurity and clawing their way to the surface (winning a coveted Creative Loafing Reader's Choice Award for Best New Local Music Act in the process), Atlanta's Attention System are ready to take things to the next level.

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  • In all my years of listening to music I’ve never heard a band quite like Aereogramme. Blending elements of shoegazer pop, slow-core, folk and electronica with muscular hard rock and furious post-punk, the Scottish quartet manages to traverse the entire modern rock spectrum without leaving many musical touchstones unearthed.

    FROM THE ARCHIVES: Interview with Aereogramme

    In all my years of listening to music I’ve never heard a band quite like Aereogramme. Blending elements of shoegazer pop, slow-core, folk and electronica with muscular hard rock and furious post-punk, the Scottish quartet manages to traverse the entire modern rock spectrum without leaving many musical touchstones unearthed.

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  • For the uninitiated, Atlanta’s Whores. play perilously loud, abrasive, bludgeoning rock full of monolithic riffs that seem as if they...

    INTERVIEW: Whores.

    For the uninitiated, Atlanta’s Whores. play perilously loud, abrasive, bludgeoning rock full of monolithic riffs that seem as if they...

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