Interview

Emerging Artist G Flip Steps Out From Behind the Drums and Into the Spotlight

Aussie native Georgia Flipo, better known as G Flip, gives fans and new listeners a feel for where she's headed now that she's got two singles climbing the charts of our hearts.
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How New York Fits Into Florence + the Machine's 'High As Hope'

Florence Welch talks with Christine about making art out of pain, and poetry out of weirdness.
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Dan from Bastille Isn't Afraid to Geek Out

Dan is a movie buff and music fan: he's constantly sharing what he loves on Twitter or Instagram...
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Pale Waves Take Writing Music On the Road: "We've got an album to finish"

After signing on with Interscope in a joint venture with UK indie label Dirty Hit, the band is now looking forward to releasing a proper full length later this year.
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Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba Goes Record Shopping at Rough Trade, Brooklyn

Chris Carrabba recently took some time out of his busy schedule to do a little record hunting at Brooklyn's massive Rough Trade Records along with ALT 92.3's Omar Torres. Let's see what he picked out!
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Bishop Briggs Doesn't Need a Studio To Record... Give Her a Motel and a Microphone

"It was a crazy experience. I kind of had to record wherever was possible."
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Yungblud Finds Inspiration In the Chaos Of New York City Life

"I do get inspired by places I go to -- but I always knew I wanted to come to New York just because you see it sitting in the north of England watching it on the telly. I was like, 'that place looks like it can facilitate my energy and everyone's not gonna look at me like I'm a nutcase because I'm...
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Nothing But Thieves Remember "Sorry" Was Born in a European Van

The band remembers it being a collaborative effort, although guitarist Joe Langridge-Brown did pen the guitar lick about a year earlier while traveling through Europe in a van.
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Portugal. The Man Weren't Expecting 'Feel It Still" To Get So Big

Eric Howk & Zach Carothers knew off the bat that they had something special when recording "Feel It Still" -- but admits no one in the band could have ever guessed just how far it would go.
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Mikky Ekko Knew Working With Cage The Elephant Producer Jay Joyce Was The Right Call

Famed Nashville producer Jay Joyce has joined fellow southerner Mikky Ekko for the artist's follow-up to his 2015 debut, Time .
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