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Q&A with James Bagshaw from Temples

Originally from Kettering, England, the psychedelic rock band Temples was born in 2012 when the singer James Edward Bagshaw met the bassist Thomas Warmsley. Temples is now considered one of the best British formations. We did an interview with James Bagshaw about the band’s second album "Volcano," their influences, and writing more personal lyrics.

Craig Dermody from Scott and Charlene’s Wedding Tells Us About his “Dark and Funny” Music

Craig Dermody, from Melbourne's Scott & Charlene's Wedding, writes funny and grunge-inspired rock songs about the trials and tribulations of everyday life. After spending three years in New York, the charismatic singer-songwriter is back with his original bandmates; Gill Tucker, Jack Farley and Joe Alexander, with whom he recorded nine new irresistible slacker rock tracks.…

Interview with Dubliner Frontman Paddy Hanna: “I ignore the zeitgeist”

The Dubliner, known for fronting the Grand Pocket Orchestra, has recently set out on a solo career. His debut record “Leafy Stiletto” was released to critical acclaim back in 2014. Now part of the Trout Records family, his last single "Underprotected" is a melodic, lilting, plaintive, yet still delightful song. In this interview, Hanna discusses his opera singing father, the personal physical work he put into "Underprotected", and some of his favourite contemporaries on the Dublin scene.