For our latest Purely Provocative interview, we spoke with Vancouver-based artist Lozen about sex, drugs, God, and near-death experiences.
Supporting their new album, ‘Between the Light and Air,’ we connect with Cyborg Octopus frontman Ian Forsythe for some irregular interview questions.
Rather than focus on their marvellous moving music, Beautiful Machines joins us for a Purely Provocative interview wherein we get a little wild with Conrad Schuman and Stefanie Ku.
With The F16s making their presence felt, thanks to the release of the new EP, and their September single “Easy Bake Easy Wake,” we caught up with the quartet for a Purely Provocative interview.
The Casual Sexists are seizing the moment with their brand new album, Your Prescription Is Ready. Released on May 7th,…
Soundhoose are taking out all of their frustration with their upcoming record, Quarantine Psycho, set for release on April…
We’d like to introduce you to Everett, not a man but the upcoming album from indie rockers King Park.…
Toli and Denis of the Russian quintet Wildways literally just released their latest album Day X via Pale Chord. We didn’t ask one thing about the recording, instead opting for some off-colour questions.
18th & Addison, a punk/rock two-piece from Ocean County, NJ, released a four-song EP titled Vultures on June 1st and, naturally, we didn’t chat with them about their music whatsoever, opting instead for an interview based on messed up stuff.
With their sophomore full-length, Nothing’s As It Should Be, due on June 15th, Torrance, CA rockers, The 131ers have debuted their “Crazy” video and got wacky with our Purely Provocative interview!
No strangers to a grubby good time, we caught up with Dylan Slocum, frontman for the Los Angeles, CA-based punk quintet, Spanish Love Songs, and asked some of our more “out there” interview questions.
Deuce is gearing up to release his sophomore solo album, Invincible, on December 1st via Better Noise Records and had some fun with our Purely Provocative interview.