Interviews
The Amazing Snakeheads

Interview: The Amazing Snakeheads

by Ross Horton

Dale Barclay and William Coombe share their rock ‘n’ roll story so far… in the back of a van.



Q&A: Lyla Foy


You may have heard of Lyla Foy, before – you may have even heard some of her music, albeit under the WALL moniker she has...

Q&A: James Bay


Ahead of headlining musicOMH’s stage at The Great Escape, James Bay answers some ‘getting to know yous’ and offers his opinions on a raft of...

Interview: The Afghan Whigs


It’s the end of a long day of promotion at that most hipsterish of London venues, Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel, and Greg Dulli is understandably a...

Q&A: Broken Twin


Majka Voss Romme has already broken numerous hearts with the emotionally fraught, gossamer-fine music she’s made under her pseudonym Broken Twin. Her highly-anticipated debut album...

Interview: Luke Sital-Singh


We first clapped eyes on Luke Sital-Singh almost two years as he took to the Servant Jazz Quarters stage. It wasn’t his gig; he was...

Q&A: Tom Hickox


Describing Tom Hickox’s work is an unenviable task; there are elements of Neil Hannon’s baroque britpop in there, alongside hints of country, classical and pre-rock...

Q&A: Jagwar Ma


Howlin’ is the debut album from Jagwar Ma’s Australian feel-good duo of Jono Ma (guitars/synths/drums) and Gabriel Winterfield (vocals/guitars). Dropping it last year on Marathon...

Interview: Howe Gelb


The American music legend and Giant Sand originator on recent album The Coincidentalist, storytelling and grey hair.

Q&A: Rebekka Karijord


The year is yet young. But in the first few weeks of 2014, the Norwegian-born musician Rebekka Karijord released Music For Film And Theatre, the understated...

Q&A: Penguin Cafe


Arthur Jeffes on his father’s music, recording at George Lucas’s ranch and sending music into space.

Q&A: Aziza Brahim


The Western Sahara singer on her latest album Soutak, her approach to making music, her background and contemporary Africa.

Q&A: Lo-Fang


Matthew Hemerlein on debut album Blue Film, touring with Lorde, signing to 4AD and his “pretty outrageous trips”.

Interview: Augustines


Augustines (or We Are Augustines as they once were) have been on a steady upward trajectory for some time now. If the title of their...

Interview: Pat Metheny


With 20 Grammys and 43 albums to his name, this Missouri-born musician is one of the most talented and richly-decorated jazz guitarists in modern history.

Interview: Connan Mockasin


When he was forced to sleep rough in Hyde Park after arriving homeless in London from his native New Zealand, Connan Mockasin admits a career...

Q&A: Doug Tuttle


First his band MMOSS broke up. Then his heart got broken. Welcome to the world of Doug Tuttle. The young East Coast musician recorded his...

Interview: Despacio


James Murphy and the Soulwax brothers are taking their 10,000kg monster of a soundsystem on the road

Q&A: Esmerine


Montreal based band Esmerine features the talents of percussionist Bruce Cawdron (Godpseed You! Black Emperor) and cellist Rebecca Foon (Thee Silver Mt Zion). Earlier this...

Q&A: Marika Hackman


We first saw Marika Hackman in September last year, at her single launch party at the then new Servant Jazz Quarters. We instantly fell for...

Interview: Young Knives


Young Knives almost became mainstream media darlings, with Radio 1 playlist approval, a Mercury Music Prize nomination and some natty photoshoots of the threesome sporting...