Talking ‘Definitely Maybe’ by Oasis at 25 on Indie617

Those Gallagher brothers will never give up the ridiculousness. Today, Noel released his latest EP under the High Flying Birds moniker, This Is the Place. That's exactly one week after his younger sibling Liam dropped a heavily promoted sophomore solo LP, Why Me? Why Not. Now they're battling it out for the attention of fans... Continue Reading →

Interview with ‘Murder in the Front Row’ Director Adam Dubin

The Bay Area thrash metal scene of the early 80s isn't one of the most popular nor well-known. Mainly people see the era as the one that birthed Metallica. Thanks to director Adam Dubin, that's all changed with his excellent documentary┬áMurder In The Front Row: The San Francisco Bay Area Thrash Metal Story. Featuring the... Continue Reading →

Interview: James Frontman Tim Booth

One of the better double bills of the summer so far is James and The Psychedelic Furs. For the former, I sat down with band leader Tim Booth to talk about the group's latest album, Living in Extraordinary Times, the current state of the world and how he found out Batman was a fan of... Continue Reading →

Talking ‘Unknown Pleasures’ at 40

June 15 marks the 40th anniversary of Joy Division's first full-length LP, Unknown Pleasures, and today I was a guest on Indie617's Morning Glory with Michael Marotta to sit down and talk about it. The two of us discussed a variety of the record's aspects, from the iconic cover to the fresh and "futuristic" sound... Continue Reading →

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