Chris Schwarten

“Once I stopped thinking I had to do things a certain way, the whole world opened up to me” Buzz Osborne on four decades...

The Melvins mastermind aka King Buzzo talks influences, legacy, and embracing new approaches ahead of the bands 29th full-length album.

“We’re never scared of doing anything”: Why You Me At Six refused to be bound by genre

Guitarists Max Helyer and Chris Miller explain the turmoil that inspired the Surrey rockers’ seventh album, SUCKAPUNCH, and how modern production has opened up a whole new world of tone.

“I’m doing everything in my power not to sound like QOTSA”: how Brighton punks CLT DRP are forging their own path

Following the release of their debut album, CLT DRP guitarist Scott Reynolds discusses his unique approach to songwriting.

“I’m not good at talking about my feelings. That’s one reason I’m a songwriter”: Ron Pope

The Nashville songwriter on why he tossed out an entire album so he could create something more honest: a record written for his daughter.

“We face difficulties coming up against K-pop”: Bursters on setting their sights beyond South Korea’s rock scene

Seoul five-piece Bursters might have got their break on a homegrown TV talent show but the metalcore band have been making waves beyond their homeland.