Posts Tagged ‘Q&A’
As we sat down outside on the Echoplex patio in Echo Park, Jessy Lanza happily stated “Ah, I love LA.”
A proper sit-down with the Australian multi-instrumentalist and producer who also serves as the synth half of the Swiss.
A proper chat with the DJ, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and Van She co-founder in his current home of L.A.
An interview with the exciting new Dutch producer whose name, in his native language, tellingly means “palm trees.”
A deep look into the self-taught musician, producer, and DJ whose sonic explorations have jumped from hip-hop to house, and techno as his home has moved from Toronto to Alberta to Berlin, where he currently dwells.
A journey with the DFA Records artist that touches on hardcore punk, pirate radio, discovering dance music, great French literature, the magic of the MPC, the influence of paintings, and the bliss of solitude.
Our in-depth chat with the two Clavin sisters on their current band, Bleached, growing up in L.A., falling hard for SoCal punk, and the future as they see it.
Todd Fink on the band’s commitment to the DIY aesthetic, their way of dealing with the industry and a little about the Danse Macabre deluxe edition.
In which we chart the London-by-way-of-Belfast duo’s maturation and rise to prominence in the house music scene today.
In which we discuss working with Optimo’s JD Twitch, Subway footlongs, and titling songs in Japanese.
Our exhaustive, in-depth, and deeply compelling conversation with the man behind one of the best dance music imprints of the aughts.
The ever-restless musician talks about playing small venues again with Divine Fits, moving to Los Angeles, and what ever happened to Wolf Parade.
We chat with the legendary North London produer/DJs about their 20-year-long tenure, the long-awaited LP, Cellar Door, DJ the globe around countless times, and the difficulties of working within the music industry today.
The fourth and final installment of our extensive and in-depth four-part Q&A with the British house and techno production duo.
The third installment of our extensive and in-depth four-part Q&A with the British house and techno production duo.
The second installment of our extensive and in-depth four-part Q&A with the British house and techno production duo.
After a long wait, we’re proud to start syndicating our extensive and in-depth video Q&A with the British house duo.
We caught up with Ian Fitzgibbon to discuss his newest film, Death of a Superhero, a party live action, part animated tale of teenage life in Ireland.
With a drum loop playing quietly in the background, we sat down with Halo at her home/recording studio in Brooklyn to discuss the making of Quarantine, her working habits, and eating Doritos for lunch.
We debut a new track and film for the acid house-meets-Italo act as well as interview the musicians behind the project.
We hopped on the phone with Brian King―guitarist/vocalist for and one half of Japandroids―for a long chat about their career thus far, the new record, recording in Nashville, and their love of the Gun Club.
In which we chat with the iconic NYC DJ and producer about his new Still Going Records imprint, the long-awaited Rub ‘N’ Tug LP, and what else 2012 holds.
We sat down the the legendary DJ/producer to talk about the French house scene, his roots and history as an artist, and his new album.
Our chat with the Danish DJ and producer about his story, from the days of being in the radio-friendly, successful pop group Filur to releasing his own material, A&R’ing, and managing.
A chat with the left-field house music producer whose debut long-player Hive Mind just dropped on the legendary Planet Mu.
The untrained Aussie actor on his unflinching portrayal of a real life serial killer in The Snowtown Murders.
The director and stars of The Forgiveness of Blood on the value of nonprofessional actors and the intricacies of Albanian blood feuds.
The star and director of the Academy Award-nominated feature Bullhead on Belgium’s hormone mafia, putting on 60 pounds of muscle and the dangers of executing a fixed idea.
We sat down with the bands frontman, Ådne Meisfjord, to talk about their half-decade hiatus, the Norwegian scene, the group’s roots, and more.
Once the fresh-faced star of Freaks and Geeks, the soon-to-be mother/actress takes on her most grown-up role to date in Return.
We swung by Lindstrøm’s Oslo studio to check in with the man and peep his setup in anticipation of his excellent new LP (the first of two for 2012), Six Cups of Rebel.
WAVVES offer their choices for karaoke songs and reveal their favorite way of playing Monopoly.
The acclaimed director on his latest film, Red Lights, the meteoric rise of Elizabeth Olsen and his philosophy as a filmmaker.
Anthem caught up with Quentin Dupieux to discuss The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the ups and downs of making commercials, and the origins of his wicked sense of humor.
New Girl’s breakout star on his latest film Safety Not Guaranteed, Lynn Shelton’s directorial methods and what to expect from the “Jake Johnson Suite” at the Sixth Avenue Inn in Seattle.
The accomplished actor talks to Anthem about his latest film, For Ellen, tight jeans and working with a young, untrained actress.
The festival’s “it girl” on her hip-hop influences, Latino stereotypes in Hollywood and her breakthrough performance as Filly Brown.
The stars of Keep the Lights On discuss sex, addiction and the funny things that happen when you shoot a movie in New York City.
The Academy Award-nominated actress discusses Haruki Murakami’s Norwegian Wood, its long-awaited film adaptation and why she will never take ‘no’ for an answer.
The actor/director discusses his latest film, Newlyweds, the future of the Tribeca Film Festival, and his infallible allegiance to New York City.
The Hell on Wheels star turns cinema’s overabundant drug-addled caricatures on its head with his powerhouse performance in Cook County.
In which we discuss the distinctly non-Swedish feeling of being an indie musician in Sweden, performing live for the first time, and the band’s incredible debut LP, An Album by Korallreven.
The French actor on the allure of silent films, his unconventional “American” career path in his native homeland and the value of being “contre-courant”.
A look around the Brooklyn-based designer’s studio and recently-opened retail operation.
We swung by the bagmaker’s Williamsburg, Brooklyn office for an intimate tour and Q&A.
The formidable Spanish actress takes on her greatest challenge to date in Pedro Almodóvar’s hotly anticipated film The Skin I Live In.
A sit-down with the bright-eyed Israeli-American actress who wowed us with her powerhouse performance in Julia Loktev’s The Loneliest Planet.
We sit down with Girls, hot off the release of the stellar followup to their debut LP (Album), Father, Son, Holy Ghost.