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Category Archive: Interview

Doc Maclean: Tales From A Travelling Bluesman

29 March 2017 / Interview

Doc Maclean is a rare creature. He lives for his music in a deeply tangible way, gigging across Canada and the world for upwards of 250 days per year, every year.

He does this with little fanfare or payment and thrives …

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Andy Mkosi Gives Hip Hop A New Shape

25 March 2017 / Interview

Andiswa ‘Andy’ Mkosi makes music for herself. As a photographer, she uses art to reflect and interpret life as it exists both outside and behind her eyes. Her music is an extension of this reflexive exploration of the world around …

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Al Bairre: They All Move On

24 March 2017 / Interview

Breaking the hearts of an abundance of fans they’ve effortlessly gained throughout their half-decade career, Al Bairre recently announced their unfortunate disbandment. On the grounds of accomplishing notable goals which any band would aspire to as well as reallocating energy …

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Looking To Mieliepop: Desmond and the Tutus

16 March 2017 / Interview

For most bands that have been together for over a decade, if a founding member decides to depart it normally spells the end. Not so for Desmond and the Tutus. In fact, the now-trio seem to have a renewed energy …

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Made For Broadway: No More Messing Around

13 March 2017 / Interview

In a recent interview with The Guardian, legendary pop-punk songwriter and musician John Feldmann gave his top tips on how to write the best moshpit anthem.

Responsible for writing some of the most memorable, angsty anthems, Feldmann has worked with …

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