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Irrelevant Interviews: Little Wings' Kyle Field


[Quick, irrelevant side-note: The editors of this site will be slowed by torn ACLs and out-of-town trips on the week of Monday, Aug. 9 (which also partially explains the slow week last week). Thanks for your patience.]

The last time I saw Kyle Field's Lit...   More
 
Sunday, August 8, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Wampire's Rocky Tinder


It wasn't hard to convince Rocky Tinder of Wampire to join me on a road trip to Enchanted Forest—the hobbled together, fascinating and beautiful amusement park just north of Salem. Not only is Wampire playing there August 6th as part of a brand new music festival ...   More
 
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Billygoat


With DIY ethos, minimal equipment, and, yes, a lot of time, Portland's Billygoat creates the most magnificent worlds. Full of glorious imperfection, the group's stop motion films shine like a beacon of warm light in a world of cold plastic. Using only a cheap point-and-...   More
 
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: The Spinto Band


If it was up to me, The Spinto Band would be world's most popular boy band ever. With its catchy hooks, basement genius aesthetic and scrappy get-up, this adorable septet from Deleware is indie pop at its finest. Live, they are addictive and enthusiastic, catapulting fr...   More
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Mic Check: Tiny Vipers’ Jesy Fortino


Captivating and hypnotic, Seattle’s Tiny Vipers (a.k.a. Jesy Fortino) is a stolen walk through a haunted forest. The sun-bleached record found in your grandparents’ attic that, once revived, sings to daydreams and heartache long forgotten. Tiny Vipers is the memory of a memory. In concert, Fortino casts a spell with her voice that completely silences a room. Don’t miss it....   More
 
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Mic Check: Tiny Vipers’ Jesy Fortino


Music Stories
Captivating and hypnotic, Seattle’s Tiny Vipers (a.k.a. Jesy Fortino) is a stolen walk through a haunted forest. The sun-bleached record found in your grandparents’ attic that, once revive ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Tiny Vipers


Captivating and hypnotic, Seattle's Tiny Vipers (aka Jesy Fortino) is a stolen walk through a haunted forest. That sun-bleached record found in your grandparent's attic that, once revived, sings to daydreams and heartache long forgotten. Tiny Vipers is the memory of a m...   More
 
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews (Special Extra Edition!): Neil Hamburger



"BIG STORY: Neil Hamburger, is a Great comedian, who would Light up any room, that he walked into, with his Jokes, of Hate.”
— Boni Jergen, Volunteer Web Master of Neil Hamburger's Unofficial Site

For people who haven't seen the...   More
 
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Chain & the Gang's Ian Svenonius


Chain & The Gang is great. Oratory punk rock with politics on sleeve, tongue in cheek and a beat you can dance to. And did I mention Shangra-La style vocal interjections? Yeah. That's right. What else do you need? Really?

I got a chance to talk with f...   More
 
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 by Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: The Moondoggies


We are very stoked to present Irrelevant Interviews, Kat Gardiner's new weekly column for LocalCut. The title pretty much tells you what you need to know! -Ed.

The Moondoggies are one part harmony, one part crescendo, one part cedar. Hailing from Seattle...   More
 
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Kat Gardiner
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