Posts Tagged ‘Interview’

Lana Del Rey Discredits “I Wish I Was Dead” Interview Quote

June 22nd, 2014
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It’s been a little over a week since Lana Del Rey’s interview with The Guardian – plenty of time for the dark, intensely negative article to generate an ever-expanding fracas. The singer has added a new twist to the story by discrediting some of her more extreme statements, claiming that they emerged after she was asked intentionally leading questions.

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By Alec Cole Posted in News , ,

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Believes iTunes and Social Networking Have “Destroyed Music”

October 19th, 2013
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Kirk Hammett of Metallica voiced his opinion recently on his belief that iTunes and social networking has destroyed music. Read more. Read more…

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Watch: Kanye West Buries Hatchet with Jimmy Kimmel in a Lengthy Interview

October 11th, 2013
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The feud between Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel comes to an end on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Kimmel interviews West and they bury the hatchet. Read more. Read more…

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Philip Anselmo Reveals He “Regrets Lack of Communication” with Former Pantera Bandmates

July 7th, 2013

Nearly a week away from going on tour and releasing his debut solo album, Walk Through Exits Only, Philip Anselmo, former lead singer for the heavy metal band Pantera, has revealed that he regrets his lack of communication with his former band mates. Have a look at the interview, inside. Read more…

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Interview with Alec Empire of Atari Teenage Riot

April 18th, 2012

Alec Empire is a German phenomenon. His time with Atari Teenage Riot in the 90s gained him the reputation of a mad scientist producer of punk electronic. During the decade in between the resurgence of ATR, Empire has put out more content than many musicians do in a lifetime. With their most recent album on Dim Mak records, it seems the world has finally caught up with ATR as their retro sounds once again become relevant. In an interview before their show at the Roxy, Empire sits down with me to explain why this is so. Read more…

By Ryan Stabile Posted in Features

Interview with Loch Lomond: The “Night Bats” EP

January 14th, 2010

Starting as just a solo project, Loch Lomond has now developed into an orchestra of intricate sounds all laced together with the common goal to create lively music. After three and a half years and a grand total of twenty-eight members past and present, lead singer Richie Young decided to actually become a band. The name originates from the actual location of Loch Lomond, Scotland. While the group was recording, they ran out of 1 inch tapes and ordered more online, and after receiving them noticed the location from which they had been shipped. Read more…

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An Interview with Olof Arnalds

January 11th, 2010

The Icelandic music community is a tightly knit group of comrades where everyone seems to know¬†and look out for each other. “It’s so easy to put something together. Everyone knows someone who has gear to use or a place to play at,” Olof Arnalds explains over the phone in a charming accent. Arnalds is a rising singer/songwriter hailing from Iceland and rapidly gaining international renown. “I think a lot of music transcends language barriers,.” says Arnalds, regarding the growing popularity of Icelandic music in America. “But I think it represents something interesting because it’s new, and Icelandic music is very young. People are curious.” Read more…

By Ryan Stabile Posted in Features , ,