Interviews

Interview – Gabrielle

by Vik Bansal

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 – James Yorkston


Edinburgh-based singer / songwriter James Yorkston’s music leans towards acoustic folk that has something of a timeless quality to it.Yorkston is supported by his group...

Interview – Limp Bizkit


“Dallas, give him the ball.” Limp Bizkit frontman, Fred Durst is busy playing with his toddler son in a Los Angeles park, showing the soft...

Interview – Ministry


Al Jourgensen has been releasing albums for well over 20 years, both in his “day-job” with industrial metal pioneers Ministry, and with side-projects like The...

Interview – Paul van Dyk


Berlin’s superstar DJ Paul van Dyk has his feet on the ground – remarkable really, since he spends much of his time jetting around the...

Interview – Royksöpp


Initial reaction to Royksöpp’s 2001 debut Melody AM was low-key to say the least but slowly, word of mouth saw it grow into a unit-shifting...

Interview – The Wonder Stuff


For a while around the turn of the ’90s, The Wonder Stuff were one of the biggest bands in the UK, scoring a chart-topping single...

Interview – Indigo Girls: Amy Ray


Let us introduce you to a taste of some of the rawest, edgiest music to hitstudios lately and to pass through Indigo Girl Amy Ray’s...

Interview – Billy Talent


Canadian punk-influenced rock ‘n’ roll band Billy Talent are making great shakes in their homeland and its geographically smaller Southern neighbour.Although they’re still a fairly...

Interview – Asian Dub Foundation


Few people are awarded an MBE. Far fewer, once awarded the “honour”, refuse to accept it. However, John Pandit – aka Pandit G from Asian...

Interview: Sigur Rós


For a band whose lyrics have never been in English and whose songs regularly clock in at more than six minutes long, Iceland’s second biggest...

Interview: The Hives


What about this as a recipe for success: A Kylie video where she’s riding a mechanical bull wearing nothing but seductive lingerie and – here...

Interview – Midge Ure


Midge Ure has had about a dozen careers in one. Frontman of chart-topping ’70s popsters Slik; fill-in guitarist for the legendary Thin Lizzy; brains behind...

Interview – Suicide – Martin Rev


The year 2002 sees the unexpected yet welcomereturn of two legends of contemporary music – Alan Vega and Martin Rev,known better together as Suicide.Part of...

Interview – David Sylvian


David Sylvian, born in the year of the Dog, is now 20 years away from his most famous image – the bleach and the make-up...

Interview: Ed Harcourt


Ed Harcourt is currently on tour promoting his successful third album Strangers, and of course musicOMH couldn’t let the opportunity pass to sit this multi-talented...

Q&A: Ian Van Dahl


Fresh from winning the 2002 Top Of The Pops award as Best Dance Act, super dance group Ian Van Dahl show no signs of being...

Interview: Luke Haines


Since being nominated in 1991’s inaugural Mercury Music Prize for The Auteurs‘ debut LP New Wave, Luke Haines has ranked amongst the UK’s most important...

Interview: Yann Tiersen


Yann Tiersen’s soundtrack to Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s latest blockbuster, Amélie, has garnered the French composer new fans and much acclaim. Before Montmarte’s most famous resident hit...

Interview: Gary Numan


Lately there’s been an unseemly rush by a bewildering assortment of musicians to cover and sample songs by a bloke from Hammersmith. Pop kittens Sugababes...

Interview: Damon Albarn


Prior to the phenomenon that was Gorillaz, Essex boy Damon Albarn was of course best known as Blur‘s front man – and for having arguments...