Frontman Awsten Knight on why he’d rather put effects on vocals instead of guitars, why he’d feel weird demoing his songs on anything other than the Strat he’s used since he was 16, and the colourful birth of new album, Greatest Hits.
Based in Dayton, Ohio, this new pedal brand is winning fans across the globe thanks to owner Mike Trombey’s talent for building great sounding pedals,with liveries inspired by his Blackfeet (Amsskaapipiikuni) heritage.
Under the name Maple Glider, Melbourne songwriter Tori Zietsch creates evocative, grimly romantic music, fusing woozy emotion with cut glass folk-pop hooks that orbit moments cribbed from her own life experience.
The Royal Blood frontman on overcoming imposter syndrome, finding the right balance of riffs and hooks on new album Typhoons, and why he’s learned a few tricks from the people trying to emulate his monster bass sound.
Michelle Zauner on how a pandemic-enforced delay has enabled her to appreciate her new record, Jubilee more than she might have otherwise, and why she feels ‘cooler’ playing ‘intimidating’ Jazzmasters.
We catch up with the Canadian producer and guitarist to hear about his beloved ’53 Goldtop, his memories of working with U2 and Bob Dylan and why he’s embracing gospel tradition on his new record, Heavy Sun.
The Australian-born Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle tells us how playing his Acoustasonic Strat helps him unwind, why everyone should listen to The Eagles, and how he’d really like a spiky acoustic.