Interviews

Interview – Madrugada

by Jamil Ahmad

Legend has it that when a young misfit called James Osterberg went to seean early Doors show, he adopted the monikerIggy Pop and set about…



Interview – Pretty Girls Make Graves


Sickness… Burglary… Mistaken Identity… Losing a band member. All in a year’s work for Seattle’s lo-fi, indie-rockers Pretty Girls Make Graves, who were one of...

Interview – Taz


South London’s musical riches are beginning to be mined to their full potential, particularly as far as urban music is concerned. Joining Roots Manuva, Dizzee...

Interview: Dizzee Rascal


In 2003, Dizzee Rascal became an overnight name to drop when his debut album, Boy In Da Corner, beat Coldplay, Radiohead and The Darkness to...

Interview – Gwen Stefani


As the face and voice of No Doubt Gwen Stefani became one of the most recognisable pop stars of the ’90s.In 2004, Stefani released her...

Interview – Extol


Now in the 11th year of their career, Extol have released four full-length albums and toured relentlessly to get themselves on a (major) metal label...

Interview: Kings Of Leon


When the Kings Of Leon hold court ahead of the release of their second album, musicOMH was there. But are the Tennessee band genuine rock royalty...

Interview – Gabrielle


When Gabrielle Bobb released her debut solo single in 1993 singing, “Dreams can come true,” she probably should have included the word “wildest” at the...

Interview – Daniel Wylie


Daniel Wylie is the former frontman of Glasgow’s Cosmic Rough Riders, the band he left in 2002 to pursue a solo career.That solo career produced...

Interview – The Cinematics


The Cinematics are one band who you’ll be hearing plenty of in 2006. A four piece from Glasgow via the Scottish highlands, they’re set to...

Interview – Electric Six


It was almost exactly a year ago that UK radio stations started going mental over Electric Six’s Danger! High Voltage! single, an insanely catchy piece...

Interview – Hard-Fi – Straight Outta Staines…


Hard-Fi have undoubtedly been one of the true success stories of 2005.Bursting on to the scene back at the start of the year, their tales...

Interview: Katie Melua


Eighteen months ago, Katie Melua was a common or garden student doing a BTEC and A-Level in Music. Then, along came composer Mike Batt – once...

Interview: Malachi


On the first series of the BBC’s Fame Academy, Malachi Cush kept everyone guessing over his relationship with fellow student Sinead Quinn. Now he becomes...

Interview – The Pussycat Dolls


The Pussycat Dolls have, in some form, been around for a decade.Originally a burlesque dance revue in LA, the girl group grew to be an...

Interview: The Burn


The Burn are a five-piece band from Blackburn, Lancashire. They are signed to Hut. They are soon to begin their tour of Britain, and have been...

Interview – HIM


Finnish goth-rockers HIM became superstars with the hugely successful Love Metal album and are now about to release its follow-up, Dark Light.musicOMH took the opportunity...

Interview – The Kooks


The Kooks are the latest in a long line of bands to emerge from the current musical hub that is Brighton, and are here to...

Interview – Eurythmics


Eurythmics were one of the era-defining groups of the 1980s. Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart not only took full advantage of the explosion of music...

Interview – Killswitch Engage


Having cancelled European dates mid-tour last month, as guitarist Adam D was hospitalised with a recurring back injury, it looked like daylight was indeed dying...

Interview – Ben Kweller


Baby-faced singer/songwriter Ben Kweller has come a long way personally and professionally since fronting the teen-punk band Radish in the late 1990s, releasing 2002’s Sha...