Interviews
Jean-Michel Jarre

Interview – Jean Michel Jarre

by Ben Hogwood

Jean-Michel Jarre is undeniably a legend.In the ’70s he made the synthesiser sexy with Oxygene and Equinoxe. In the ’80s he took the concert spectacle…



Interview – Lucie Silvas


Great things are expected of Lucie Silvas this year.The 27-year-old singer/songwriter has waited patiently for her breakthrough, and it arrived on two fronts for her...

Interview – Ms Dynamite


The year 2002 was an explosive one for Ms Dynamite, who has enjoyed a dramatic rise from relative obscurity to become a major force in...

Interview – P.O.D.


Californian metallers P.O.D. surprised everyone when they produced Atlantic Records’ best-selling album of 2002 – Satellite.Unwittingly released in the US on September 11, 2001, its...

Interview: Scissor Sisters


What can we say about the Scissor Sisters that hasn’t been said already? If they had an office, the pigeonholes outside would have to carry acrossfive...

Interview – System Of A Down


It’s been quite a year for System Of A Down.With the release of Mezmerize, (the first of a two disc release), in May, they have...

Interview – Don’t Look Back: All Tomorrow’s Parties (Page 2)


The inspiration of gig promoters Barry Hogan andHelen Cottage, the All Tomorrow’s Parties festivals atCamber Sands in Kent have been notable for avoiding theline-ups typical...

Interview: !!! (Chk Chk Chk)


On a wild card imagine seven unassuming punks riding the freak ticket into the White House. The first thing they would do, apart from installing...

Interview – Caliban


Since their emergence from the German underground in the late ’90s, Caliban have worked tirelessly to spread their music throughout their homeland, across Europe and,...

Q&A: Levellers


They’ve shifted heaps of records, had piles of top 20 singles, been accused of being “crusty” and carried on regardless. But as Levellers change record labels...

Interview – Gomez


There are times in a band’s career when they’ve collected their best new songs, rehearsed and perfected them, put them together into a CD package...

Interview – The Detroit Cobras


They’re a garage band who cover obscure ’50s and ’60s blues and soul songs.Karaoke night that went eight years too far or, like their home...

Interview: The Blue Nile


What David Beckham is to headline-seeking, The Blue Nile are to keeping a low profile. The Scottish trio only release an album every five to 10...

Interview – The Calling


Los Angeles five-piece The Calling established themselves with the radio friendly rock sound of Wherever You Will Go.After a break of nearly three years, they’re...

Interview – Don’t Look Back: All Tomorrow’s Parties (Page 2)


The inspiration of gig promoters Barry Hogan andHelen Cottage, the All Tomorrow’s Parties festivals atCamber Sands in Kent have been notable for avoiding theline-ups typical...

Interview – Grand National


The music world continues to love the cooler side if the ’80s.Retro pop duo Grand National get compared to The Police and Talk Talk. But...

Interview – Jet


musicOMH is sat inside a West London gig venue that multi-platinum, Aussie retro-rockers Jet played the night before and subsequently partied at.Unsurprisingly they’re late, although...

Interview – Natacha Atlas


Natacha Atlas is rather good at challenging assumptions. It may help to explain why the belly-dancing multi-lingual singer-songwriter is now a UN Goodwill Ambassador.She’s recorded...

Interview – Poison The Well


Few bands seem to arouse as much passion, both positive and negative, amongst hardcore punk fans, as Poison The Well.Having built up a significant following...

Interview: Serena Ryder


Canadian singer/songwriter Serena Ryder has been compared to many of the greats, from as Janis Joplin and Aretha Franklin. After linking up with Canadian singer...

Interview – System Of A Down


It’s been quite a year for System Of A Down.With the release of Mezmerize, (the first of a two disc release), in May, they have...