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We are good at wasting a lot of time. Interview with Nick Sadler (Daughters)

If you’ve stuck with us for some time, you must have noticed that we are creating a fairly strong front of Daughters psycho fans. There is no need to deny it, it is better to quote an old saying – “A year without an interview with one of the Daughters members is a wasted year!” 
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I wish I could write a love song. An interview with Protomartyr

“He’s not very exuberant” – said our contact in Domino Records that gave us the possibility to do this interview. Hearing that wasn’t surprising. Joe Casey – lead singer of Protomartyr seems like a nice guy, but also gives you this vibe of a person that doesn’t like speaking to journalists. Continue Reading “I wish I could write a love song. An interview with Protomartyr”

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Just be strong. Interview with Emma Ruth Rundle

This year supposed to be really important in Emma Ruth Rundle’s career. She became the curator of the Roadburn Festival, where she was also to play the first concert in 9 years with the Red Sparowes band. Later she had planned tour in Australia with Chelsea Wolfe. Instead, she devotes her free time to recovering at her home in Kentucky. We were supposed to talk in Tilburg, but we talked in the only way possible at the moment. Emma from her porch, me – from my small apartment in Warsaw. Continue Reading “Just be strong. Interview with Emma Ruth Rundle”

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Irony poisoning is a real thing. An interview with Wreck and Reference

Imagine sitting outside of the club in Warsaw with some beers and a bowl of fruits, talking with a band that’s about to play a gig there. Sun is shining and warm air makes it even more pleasant. People in big groups are talking and laughing around. You feel nice and comfortable. Seems like at least half year ago, right? Well, actually that was more than half year ago, while we interviewed Wreck and Reference in the wake of their last album “Absolute Still Life” and right before their set in Klub Chmury. Continue Reading “Irony poisoning is a real thing. An interview with Wreck and Reference”

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Far from being retired. Interview with Ben Weinman

Arranging this interview took a while. I checked – I’ve sent my first message to Ben over a year ago. As you will soon see, he is a very busy man, so our conversation was extremely slow. In a way this situation suited me. Subconsciously I was glad that our interview was constantly postponed. Coming out of your comfort zone is reportedly good, but the thought of talking to Ben Weinman, The Dillinger Escape Plan’s mastermind, made my stomach ache. Eventually I forced myself and my interlocutor to do this… In the end it wasn’t too bad. Continue Reading “Far from being retired. Interview with Ben Weinman”

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This is fun: Editors

We know that doing few interviews a day can be tiring for musicians. So instead off pissing of Justin Lockey and Elliott Williams – both guitarists of Editors – with the same question they hear everytime, we’ve presented them to our little fun, you may know from Off Festival or some other interviews. Continue Reading “This is fun: Editors”

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This isn’t real life. An interview with The Twilight Sad

“You’ve got fifteen minutes and it’s gonna be in the tourbus. Sorry.” – I hate these words, because in theory it means that an artist doesn’t have time for me, he/she’d rather do something else, but has to do it so at least we’re doing it his/her way. Well, not this time – even though a super nice tour manager spoke these words right after our greetings. Continue Reading “This isn’t real life. An interview with The Twilight Sad”