Posts Tagged ‘INTERVIEW’
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The character actor discusses theater, the importance of family and his latest role in Jeff Nichols’ award-winning psychodrama, Take Shelter.
The promising British actor sheds his hard exterior to fill the shoes of a charismatic gay romantic in Andrew Haigh’s award-winning film Weekend.
Anthem sat down with the French starlet to discuss her latest film, Love Crime.
Its been said that love is a many-splintering thing. For writer/director/actor Evan Glodell, it’s the profundity of the volatile relationship he shared with his now ex-girlfriend that inspired his feature-length directorial debut, Bellflower. He sacrificed almost everything to make it, too. Glodell sold off his belongings to fund the film, and moved into an abandoned […]
The British filmmaker revisits the homeless community in NYC’s Amtrak tunnels with the 10th year special edition release of Dark Days.
Stéphane “DJ Falcon” Quême shot a handful of photos at the label’s Paris offices while we caught up with the company’s head honcho, Gildas Loaëc.
First the facts: Mike Mills is a 45-year-old creative polymath who began his career as a graphic designer with commissions from some of music’s coolest titans like the Beastie Boys, Air, Cibo Matto and Sonic Youth. Naturally, music videos and commercials soon followed. On the feature film front, Mills made his directorial debut in 2005 […]
A conversation with the French actor about his latest film, The Princess of Montpensier, and working with Martin Scorsese and Gus Van Sant.
On the surface, Zoe Kazan seems like every other Hollywood commodity we’ve stocked up on—affable and beautiful, the impossibly perfect girl next door—but spend some time with the 27-year-old and you’ll walk away knowing she stands apart from the desperate huddle of other actresses and default famous daughters. Crucially, with her feet firmly planted in […]
“Hope your power doesn’t go out man.” Those were the last words uttered by Noah Lennox (aka Panda Bear) to me as he signed off from our phone conversation. A conversation brought to light by the impending release of Tomboy, which may or may not change your life. Just mere seconds after my conversation with […]
Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier has amassed quite the following in her native homeland over the past couple decades. More than 850,000 people in Denmark flocked to theaters for her 1999 breakout hit, The One and Only, which is truly remarkable in a country with some 5 million inhabitants. Despite her enduring obscurity elsewhere in the […]
Timothy Saccenti’s all-encompassing body of work—music videos, still photography, commercials, short films and fine art projects—is often brushed with heavy strokes of a certain surreal eeriness that lurks beneath a disarmingly beautiful and polished exterior. Consider the creative polymath’s videos for Battles’ “Atlas” and Blonde Redhead’s “Not Getting There,” for instance, where the bands are […]
The most current love child of electronic music is a genre based on a dark aesthetic commonly referred to as “witch house.” It’s influences run across a wide spectrum of music, from hip hop to industrial. While its not easily definable, the common thread seems that these artists are on a mission to do things […]
Denmark has always been a nation known and lauded for its keen sense of design and the myriad companies and firms that pump out some of the sleekest, most minimal, yet modern and sexy products you’ll find. From furniture to clothing, fashion accessories to graphic design, the small Scandinavian country seems endlessly endowed with creatives […]
The native Iñupiat filmmaker returned to Sundance with his first full-length feature, a taut coming-of-age drama shot in his own backyard.
Gaspar Noé is something of a filmmaker’s filmmaker. For one thing, the 46-year-old provocateur never sells himself short. He’s not pinned down by box office woes and doesn’t try to woo his way into conservative film circles. Remember the brutal 9-minute rape scene in his 2002 film? Sienna Miller put it thusly: “I couldn’t watch […]
Most actors aren’t afforded a breakout year, let alone so early on in their career. Many who have them don’t survive them. And while the jury is still out on whether newcomer Ryan O’Nan is the real deal or not—all signs seem to point to yes. For a lot of under-the-radar actors of O’Nan’s caliber […]