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Irrelevant Interview (Lost Edition): Red Fang

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You remember Irrelevant Interviews, the Q&A series that Kat Gardiner used to host for us way back in 2010? Well, this special video interview with Red Fang never made its way onto the internet...until now! And with Red Fang's brand new album, Murder the Mountains, out now—the band plays Branx on Saturday night ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Best Coast


My favorite thing about Best Coast is the way the music makes me feel. I know this sounds utterly corny, but when the music starts playing I find myself thinking back on how it felt to lie in the grass and daydream—stoned—as a teenager. No, I'm not that young, but I wish...   More
 
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Monarques


Josh Spacek of Monarques and I sat down the other day outside a coffee shop near his house in the inner SE. We hit it off immediately. This may have been due to our matching bedraggled appearances and safety glasses. Whatever the case, something about the meeting lead t...   More
 
Thursday, September 16, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: THEESatisfaction


When we began the interview this week, Cat Harris-White of THEESatisfaction—was monosyllabic. Shy and hesitant in her answers, I was worried that being interviewed was not something that was going to come naturally for her. That is, until I heard Stasia Irons, Cat's partner in crim...   More
 
Friday, September 10, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Jenny [Lewis] & Johnny [Rice]


The whole event was rushed. After scheduling SNAFUs and rearrangements, I got in line behind a million invisible reporters on a million different conference calls, all waiting to talk with a brand new band, Jenny & Johnny. It's a bit surreal that a new group has developed this much...   More
 
Friday, September 3, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Benjamin Starshine


Benjamin Starshine looks and sounds like a man who just stumbled out of a time machine. Hell! He was at the top of Mt. Tabor doing some yoga when we conducted this interview (think less Sting, more George Harrison). His bubble-gum psych-pop is nostalgic and refreshing w...   More
 
Tuesday, August 31, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: The Lights


The Lights are punk in the way I love punk rock music: They aren't all spikes and leather or safety pins and green hair. They aren't the kind of punks you know just from looking at them. They're that rare group that's “punk” because it just doesn't give a fu...   More
 
Sunday, August 22, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Sea of Bees


Julie Ann Bee (a.k.a. Jules a.k.a. Sea of Bees) is probably the most naturally talented songwriter/musician I have ever met.

I know this is a big statement. Huge. Sounds like I'm exaggerating. But I'd put my right hand on the bible and swear on it.
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Tuesday, August 17, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Woven Bones


I imagine if Woven Bones were guest starring on a cartoon, its animated band would float through space in a garage-shaped boat, blasting bursts of colored lights in time with the melodic noise and somehow powered by the legs of the dancing audience on the ship's deck.   More
 
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 by Kat Gardiner
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