Gavin Brown caught up with d-beat/hardcore band Wanderer to hear all about their new album ‘Liberation From A Brutalist Existence’ and what went into its creation and much more.
Gavin Brown had a chat with Asphyx vocalist Martin van Drunen to discuss all things Necroceros and Asphyx including their new video, livestream, tentative touring plans and playing live in a pandemic as well as his time in fellow death metal bands Pestilence and Bolt Thrower.
With the release of her wonderful debut album, A Common Turn, Anna B Savage kindly tells Echoes about its making, her musical influences, and what the future may hold in a post Brexit, pandemic world.
Gavin Brown caught up with Nervosa singer Diva Satanica to talk about the return of the band and their new album Perpetual Chaos including how the album came to be during the pandemic and much more.
Ahead of the release of his new album, Under A Spell, Richard Barbieri brings Echoes and Dust up-to-speed on the breakup of Japan, how he combines vintage and cutting edge technology, plus details of his varied and inspiring collaborations.
In the wake of Hades’ colossal 2020 success, David Bowes grabbed a conversation with Supergiant Games’ soundtrack composer and audio director Darren Korb to chat orchestras, voice acting and why early access is the key to confidence.
Ionophore play dark, ambient music and this is personified on their brilliant new album Knells which they are just about to release. Gavin Brown has a chat with the band to find out more.
Gavin Brown had a chat with Clem Burke, drummer of The Empty Hearts and Blondie, about the band’s legacy, his career as a musician, the New York scene he was part of that centred around CBGBs and his brief stint as drummer of the Ramones and much more.
Gavin Brown caught up with both members of Collapse Culture to talk about their new self-titled album and how they came together as well as inspirational electronic music, remixes and what both Graham and Ian’s other projects have got coming up in the future.
Reckless Yes have been one of our favourite labels for a while now but over the last year or so they seemed to have really upped their game & signed a whole load of bands that we absolutely love, so we thought t was about time we sat down with Sarah & Pete from the label and pop them a few questions.
Trillionaire are a band who play sweeping progressive rock with both a dark and anthemic feeling to create massive and focussed songs. The band features current and former members of bands such as Inter Arma, Revocation, Ken Mode and A Fucking Elephant …
Multi-instrumentalist Dimo Dimov has been living in Germany for years now, but returns to his native Bulgaria with his main project Svarrogh frequently. It’s not his only project, but perhaps the one closest to himself. Guido Segers finds out more.
Gavin Brown caught up with The Body drummer Lee Buford to hear all about their new album ‘I’ve Seen All I Need To See’, touring memories, sonically inspiring live shows and what The Body have coming up in the future which continues their impressive output of releases.
Gavin Brown caught up with Voivod drummer Away to talk about their latest live album as well as the band’s follow up to their last album The Wake, the influence of punk and hardcore on Away as a drummer and on Voivod, legendary tours, and his vast array of artwork which will once again be the subject of a forthcoming book.
Lovidalf Ranemmak VI is an individual, but to be honest it’s more an artistic entity… The man who created his very own music genre called Ordo Fantet. Guido Segers finds out more.
Lasher is a black metal band from Kuweit, that regardless of Kuweit’s open approach to culture still has to work deeply underground, in anonymity. Guido Segers caught up with the person behind this solo metal project to find out more.
(((O))) FEATURED INTERVIEW
I’ve had some real problems in my lifetime dealing and living with mental health issues. I’ve not really felt comfortable talking about it until more recently. I feel like it’s important to talk about these things because people consider them ‘awkward’ topics. I used writing music as a means to channel it and I felt a lot better for writing music and going to shows and being able to put my time and energy into something I loved so much really helped me.