Music Interviews

Interview with Sun And The Wolf: “We’re trying to make it as wonky as possible”

Some nine years ago, a trio of New Zealanders gave up the "borderline success" of their teen rock band and relocated to Berlin to start afresh. In their new environment, they shifted towards psychedelia and experimentation and re-emerged under the moniker Sun And The Wolf. The formation quickly settled in the European scene without never … read more

A Talk With Geneva Jacuzzi: “everyone wants to have fun”

Geneva Jacuzzi is the kind of person who is always going around doing things her own way, which is often the opposite of what is usually expected. She’s gone astray from her religious upbringing in a Jehovah’s Witness community and started a life of her own in L.A. When she discovered the avant-garde synth music … read more

Interview with The KVB: “We think “Of Desire” is our best record yet”

The romantic industrial shoegaze duo from London, The KVB, has been around since 2010. During their live shows, their specific blend of shoegaze is accompanied by mesmerizing visuals, resulting in a dreamlike audiovisual experience. With their new record “Of Desire” (Invada Records), The KVB has embarked on a European tour, including the UK and Russia. … read more

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. … read more

Interview with Singer Danielle Sullivan of Wild Ones: “Being in a band is amazing and fun”

Wild Ones extend the summer with their recently released EP Heatwave as they continue to define and refine their particular blend of self-proclaimed ‘dream pop’. The quintet’s latest release includes five very ‘groovable’ tunes built around funky and gritty guitar lines, precisely driven drums, smooth and full vocals and moody synthesizers.  Finishing up another year of substantial touring, Wild Ones’ Danielle Sullivan was kind enough to answer a few questions about the evolution of their sound band, and some of their strangest stage moments. … read more