Frank Turner discusses the thought process behind his new album No Man’s Land, what he’s learned about Dora Hand and remaining a student throughout.
John Martyn had battled through some serious health difficulties to create a fine album when we caught up with the folk maestro on the comeback trail to talk gear, effects and recently broken guitars in this interview from March 2004.
The guitar icon tells us how Boston’s Aerosmith have sailed through 30 choppy, controversial and hit-packed years in the business and still wear the crown of America’s Greatest Rock ’N’ Roll Band.
Can you still fly the ‘boutique’ flag once your roster hits 50 employees and you’ve won a Small Business Exporter Of The Year Award? EQD’s Jamie Stillman and Julie Robbins talk maintaining the small-shop attitude in a big-shop world.
The singer and guitarist looks back at his role at the heart of British pop music in the 60s and 70s – including touring with the Stones, witnessing Hendrix’s first UK gig and what really happened when he was asked to join Jimmy Page’s new band in 1968.
Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler enjoyed a 50-year ride with Black Sabbath. But the lure of playing music proved too strong to resist – and now he’s back with a new rock ‘supergroup’, Deadland Ritual.
With stunning scuzzy sounds and equally stunning enclosures and build quality, Beetronics has become one of the hottest brands in the effects world. We chatted to the Los Angeles company’s affable head honcho, Filipe Pampuri.
NY’s Frankie Cosmos explore odd time signatures and let the drummer write guitar parts on their fourth long player.
The Jazzmaster-toting guitarist has recruited an unbeatable backing duo from Fugazi to move from avant-garde jazz into something altogether more uncompromising.
Rising musician Leslie Bear talks collaborating with Japanese Breakfast producer Craig Hendrix on her sophomore record.