Hyundai sponsored Mercury Prize 2017 – Musical Landscapes | Glass Animals (Official) Exclusive interview with nominees Glass Animals, animated by Mustashrik for the Hyundai sponsored Mercury Prize 2017. The band discuss their process and method in creating their shortlisted album, How to Be a Human Being.
MOJO Magazine The Mojo Club, Hamburg “It took me such a long time to admit that I could do live shows,” says Charlotte Gainsbourg, backstage at the Mojo Club. “It wasn’t part of my culture at all. I lived with my parents’ records all my life, but my father was so sick with stage fright.” Read more about Charlotte Gainsbourg[…]
Rolling Stone Christine and the Queens: Meet French Artist Restoring Pop’s Radical Edge “Queer is taking the shame and anger and taking it as a fuel for it to be something else,” singer-songwriter says ahead of U.S. tour “Everything is wonderful,” says Christine and the Queens’ Héloïse Letissier, “but at the same time it’s been Read more about Christine and the Queens[…]
MOJO Magazine feature American Ultra Raised by Christian missionaries, schooled in Downtown New York Jazz, immersed in black American Music, Matthew E. White makes rich, deep modern soul albums infused with passion and a confessional honesty. Sophie Harris visited his Richmond home and studio to meet the big man himself. Buy this issue of MOJO Read more about Matthew E. White[…]
From ‘Waiting to Exhale’ to the Weeknd: Babyface on 20 Years of R&B Veteran songwriter also talks Barbra, Whitney, Puffy and why women are more interested in love than men On the one hand, it’s impossible to imagine what it would be like to live Babyface’s life. Kenny Edmonds is, after all, the songwriter-producer who Read more about Babyface[…]
Time Out New York, interview feature Courtney, Love Listen up! The adored, fast-rising Australian singer Courtney Barnett is about to storm New York in a big way.
MOJO Magazine, feature The MOJO Interview Fleeing smack-soaked Atlanta, chased by nightmare visions, Chan Marshall keeps on running, turning turmoil and tragedy into Cat Power songs. “People call me crazy,” she says. “It’s how I’ve always been.” Go to mojo4music.com to order the magazine
Time Out New York, Feature Harlem’s hip-hop maverick aims for world domination on his own terms We wanted to run this piece three years ago. That is to say, we wanted to run an interview with Charles Hamilton, one that would communicate our excitement about his music and explain how this singular voice in hip-hop Read more about Charles Hamilton[…]
Time Out New York, Feature The small MC with the big mouth sets the record straight. “I mean, I said I wanted to be a stripper seriously as a seven-year-old, but I didn’t know what a stripper was.…” Kreayshawn offers an incredulous whatever frown as she recounts a recent interview. Welcome to the world of Read more about Kreayshawn[…]