Monday, July 22, 2019

Interviews

Bleached

Bleached break down five songs from their new album, Don’t You Think You’ve Had...

The sister duo talk using vintage gear, the influence of The Cure, the disco punk sound of single Hard To Kill and more.
Torche

“We’re more focused than we’ve been in a long time”: hybrid rock veterans Torche

Guitarists Steve Brooks and Jonathan Nuñez discuss the band’s musical evolution and how they developed both a gear line and album at the same time.
Russ Chell

Russ Chell is bridging the worlds of rock and rap

We talk to the New York artist, whose Spaghetti Western-inspired guitar lines introduce Lil Nas X's song Rodeo, about hip-hop's growing love affair with the six-string.

Yola on her journey from homelessness and poverty to writing an album with Dan...

The singer-songwriter on privilege, toxic band environments and why picking up a guitar helped her finally get the songs out of her head.
Black Midi

Black Midi are the mavericks reinventing guitar-driven rock

Vocalist/guitarist Geordie Greep talks the sonic strategies that went into their barnstorming debut, Schlagenheim.
Isaiah Sharkey with Hat

Meet Isaiah Sharkey – former child prodigy, now John Mayer’s guitar player

From playing Chicago’s jazz clubs in his teens to winning a Grammy before he was 30 and becoming John Mayer’s new sideman, we meet one of the most interesting and exciting guitar talents on the planet…
Image of jesca hoop on a fallen tree

Jesca Hoop breaks down five songs from new album, Stonechild

Find out how alternative tunings played a role on her fifth studio album.
Doll Skin orange guitar slung over shoulder

“Focus on yourself as a player before anything else, that’s what matters”: Doll Skin’s...

The 20-year-old Arizona guitarist on Schecters, Green Day, a Mega-manager and the importance of practice…
Kingfish sitting against colourful wall

All hail young blues aristocrat Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram

The 20-year-old guitar prodigy tells us how growing up in the birthplace of the blues makes him the perfect candidate for modernising the genre.
Charlie Lim shot against shadows

For intrepid guitarist Charlie Lim, style is ever-shifting

“If you’re so used to playing the same thing over and over again, you just sound like you’re practising.”
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