Interview

Sam Rosenthal

Purity and desire in a gothic temple

So, here we are talking about a new Black Tape For A Blue Girl album after seven years. That's quite a lot of time, isn't that? Surely it is the longest period ever that separated two Black Tape albums...

Interview

Roly Porter

Time, space, visions beyond possible

Your recent work, “Third Law” (2016, Tri Angle) isn’t just an album with a very strong impact, at times literally breathtaking and able to get an immediate grip on the listener: on some level it is also a terrifying sight on the overwhelming forces of the known universe. Is this only the desired effect of your creations or did you throw an actual, individual sense of fear in it?...

Interview

Adam Torres

Balancing life and art

Ten years have passed by between your solo debut album and “Pearls To Swine”. Can you tell us what has happened in your life during this time span? "I’ve moved a few times. I used to live in Ohio and then I lived for a few years in Ecuador, teaching English there and doing volunteer work. I moved to Austin in 2011 and have lived here since, completing graduate school and working for the state government for a few years. I was making music privately throughout this time but decided to be more public with it recently"...

Monograph

Marissa Nadler

A Heart in Winter

Marissa Nadler still reach for an interview, at the release of his latest, interesting album "July", which sees alongside an exceptional producer as Randall Dunn (Earth, Sunn O))), Wolves In The Throne Room)

Interview

Blaine L. Reininger

After 20 years of great music and no solo gigs, this year you've chosen to return to stage. Can I just ask which forces brought you to this decision? "Of course, I have been performing with one thing or another non-stop the last 40 years. It's just that I haven't done the solo thing for a while. When I started working with my new agent in Belgium, Pieter de Clercq, he found some dates for me solo. That's it"...