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: The Moondoggies


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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 and taking notes from its folky roots and Alaskan highway dreams, this quartet finds itself at home in the Americana landscape of the Northwest, ...   More
 
Tuesday, June 29, 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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