Category: Interviews

Can’t Tell Them No: An Interview with Summer Cannibal’s Jessica Boudreaux

With 2019 winding down, Portland punk-rockers Summer Cannibals celebrate not just the release of Can’t Tell Me No, their first album via Tiny Engines and with their current lineup, but are also on pace to play nearly 130 shows after almost nonstop touring.

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Punk Director Hits the Road: Interview with James June Schneider on New Rock-Doc

James June Schneider is director with such deep punk “cred” or roots that run deep from the punk scene in Chile to Washington D.C. The punk director hit the road is now on tour for screenings of his new film, Punk the Capital, that follows the origins of punk in the capital through bands and acts like Minor Threat and Bad Brains.

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‘Una Comunidad de Mujeres Chingonas,’ An Interview with Teri Gender Bender

Le Butcherettes are no longer the small and rambunctious band from Guadalajara and El Paso opening up for the Deftones or the Mars Volta. Now they’re the ones headlining a world tour and featuring superstar artists like Mon Laferte  and Alice Bag on their album.

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From an Empty Bar in Marfa: An Interview with Motel Radio on their Debut Album

Today marks the one month anniversary of Motel Radio’s debut album, Siesta Del Sol. The album, whose title comes from a song the band heard together at a bar in Marfa, TX, is the band’s debut album.

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Maya Stoner’s ‘Gray Pop’ is a Product of Love and Resilience: An Interview

Maya Stoner is the musician creating gray pop. Her dark lo-fi sounds mix with her poignant and personal lyrics to create music that serves as a catharsis from toxic relationships and sexual assault. She embodies the DIY spirit, helping run Good Cheer Records, a music label out of Portland, OR, and is a college student on top of the music career.

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