Tag: 'in depth'
In Depth Turin Brakes Interview – Olly Knights talks about new album “Lost Property” Back in June I left you in suspense with just a few choice questions that I had selected from an interview I had done with Olly Knights from Turin Brakes. Well, the time has come to let you in on the full interview piece as it seems that news on their next album is about to break. >>
In Depth Inchoate Observations On The State Of Things In case you didn't already notice it from the army of bulldozers clawing mercilessly at the cultural landscape, today's giddy feeding frenzy is pretty much the perfect storm as far as the great minds behind Global Release day are concerned. >>
In Depth New Turin Brakes Album – Interview with Olly Knights Turin Brakes went back into the studio earlier this year - we spoke to Olly Knights to find out what they've been up to, what to expect from a new album, and what he's been listening to lately. >>
In Depth Is the single a thing of the past? Is the single a thing of the past? The choice of single was once extremely important to an artist: it was the hook to get people excited about what was to come so it had to make an impact on the audience. In the age of streaming and Itunes, thought, is that still the case? >>
In Depth The Bluetones Reunion – Interview With Adam Devlin Literally a few days after we published a piece on their final album A New Athens, the news came through that The Bluetones had reformed and would tour later this year to celebrate their 20th anniversary. Nicola caught up with guitarist Adam Devlin to find out more about the why, the how, and the "will there be tea towels?" of the reunion. >>
In Depth How Could They Be Wrong – a Playlist of Mercury Losers Down the years the award panel has handed over-sized cheques to many worthy winners; the shortlist system working as it does means that many credible nominees have failed to land the prize. Or, to put it in media-speak, they have been snubbed. >>
In Depth Emergent Thrumming – a Playlist of Mercury Prize Winners The Mercury Music Prize has been going since 1992, and no matter what the naysayers say (nayingly) it's not without merit, as this selection of tracks from winning albums can testify. >>