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Besnardlakes Ten Questions with THE BESNARD LAKES

The Besnard Lakes' music is so massive, so mammoth, it's the sound you hear while teetering on the edge of a cliff with the gorge spread out in front of you, the river below a mere silver sliver among the rocks.  The Montreal-based six-piece is centered on the husband-wife core of Jace Lasek and Olga Goreas, who released their first studio album, Volume 1, in 2003 (but which was rereleased by their label, Jagjagwar,...


Iskadhaaf Ten Questions with ISKA DHAAF

New York City-based duo Iska Dhaaf's beautiful, tonal, layered, electronic songs pulse with pop-click-bang rhythms that race like a jackrabbit's heartbeat. On their new album, The Wanting Creature (2016, Brick Lane Records) Nathan Quiroga's and Benjamin Verdoes' voices intertwine in an elegant, ghostly ballet that perfectly complements their songs' haunting stories of modern life with all its complications. 

We...


Melvinsbassesmackieosborne2 Ten Questions with MELVINS’ Buzz Osborne

What can I say about Melvins? The band whose sound influenced all things heavy — from grunge to stoner to alternative metal — has been playing their brand of grindingly hard rock for more than 30 years. 

The list of bands influenced by Melvins is a Who's Who of modern metal, from Mastodon to Sun O))) to Queens of the Stone Age, and, of course, Nirvana. In fact, the story goes that Melvins' guitarist/vocalist/madman...


150121-walker-lukens 0-640x426 Ten Questions with WALKER LUKENS

Austin's Walker Lukens sings rock songs with a swagger, a swoon, a velvet edge that cuts through a retro-fueled funk like Frankie Valli with a shiv. His music struts, it sneers as Walker sings his stories about life and love in the big city. 

On his one-sheet, they say he's been compared to Nilsson (slightly off the mark), to Tom Waits (not sure why) and Pavement (a real head scratcher there). A closer comparison...


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