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 to celebrate—it seemed high time to finally get this interview your way.My personal ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: The Spinto Band


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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 from one end of the stage to the other, dripping in sweat and blowing “ohhs” and “ahhs” through the occasional ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Monarques


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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 to a longer story than I'm accustomed to. Though usually pickled with short questions and small answers, this week's installment of ...   More
 
Thursday, September 16, 2010 Kat Gardiner

Irrelevant Interviews: Billygoat


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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-shoot digital camera, found objects, handmade props, a printer and lights, David Klein and Nick Woolley hand-craft a dreamscape that ...   More
 
Tuesday, July 27, 2010 Kat Gardiner

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