"I wouldn't even think about trying to sell albums. I've never lived in that world." Mary Timony tells Gary Kaill how her artistic integrity remains a compromise-free zone.
Gary Kaill on why Glass Tides, amidst stiff competition, are causing more ripples than most emerging Manchester bands.
Dark nights and darker music.
From Bedfordshire to Nashville, they're ready for world domination.
Old style music with new style bands.
Late October, including bits of September. Chesney, McGraw, Williams, and Antebellum.
We sit down with James Graham ahead of the band's new album.
A few tricks - and even more treats.
Taking Pop Art to the masses. Jack Yarwood talks to The Specials' bassist.
London-based Roxanne de Bastion tells us how a fish influenced her musical career.
It might be a marketing coup, but Thom Yorke's BitTorrent album isn't great news for struggling new musicians. MALKA's Tamara Schlesinger tells us why.
Max talks to country music's freshest name on the block.
Another massive month of roots, et al. Some country big hitters, some newbies, and some live albums.
Taking a walk on the wild side.
Julie Brain revisits another classic debut album.
Finding nirvana in America's top corner.
From Old Crow Medicine Show to Willie Watson solo show. We talk about being on your own, leaving OCMS and Midnight Special.
The reformed man band talk us through their new album Lines & Circles.
We catch up with the man behind Israel Nash's Rain Plans.
Ahead of some UK dates we catch up with Nashville's Andrew Combs.
A bumper Campfire Tales, lots to cover and two perfect scores? What?
The pop-punk legends return to the fields of Reading and Leeds once again. Will they bring their A-game?
We caught up with the Brit nu-country stars in the making.
Life is about balance, so here is a little darkness for you all.