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Interview with Teri Gender Bender from Le Butcherettes: Rock ‘n’ Roll Gone Mad

Le Butcherettes is a garage-punk trio from Guadalajara, Mexico, composed of bassist Jamie Aaron, drummer Chris Common, and led by the intense Teresa Suárez (a.k.a. Teri Gender Bender). Formed in 2007, Teri became known for her explosive and gory performances. Their stage shows can be quite elaborate and violent. Whether she's dancing with a real pig head, splashing fake blood…

Remembering Prince at 19 On The Verge Of Superstardom

The so-called "kid from Minneapolis" was one of the greatest musicians of the 80s and early 90s with hits like "Purple Rain,"When Doves Cry, and "Cream."  With his androgynous-dandy style, his musical genius, and his desire to create his own world, Prince Rogers Nelson was born for the stage. Three months after David Bowie, the world has lost another legend. At…

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. Lola Who had a chat…

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.

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.

Nina Simone: A Rebel With A Cause

#OscarSoWhite. Again this year, the Film Academy saw a movement asking for more diversity in the nominations and in the film industry. Some of the most prominent African-American Hollywood figures pointed that all the 20 nominees for Best Actor are white, with not a single black person making it on the list of nominees. There is no way to avoid thinking of the beautiful and touching documentary film, directed by Liz Garbus, "What happened, Miss Simone?" a film that is incredibly relevant in today's entertainment industry.

Manchester’s Spring King Tell Us About Their New Track “Rectifier”

Spring King leapt into the ears and consciousness of many fans when Zane Lowe chose their song “City” as the first song he ever played on Beats 1 on Apple Radio. Since that time, many have come to love the four-piece Manchester-based band, often described as “post-punk” or “art-pop-punk,” composed of Tarek Musa, Peter Darlington, James Green, and Andrew Morton. Their…