UK band, Bastille came by SONiC for a stripped down acoustic set and interview before their sold out show at Union Hall. Stream the whole session here:
Archive for Interviews
Mounties, a Canadian super-group forged from the ‘hot hot’ embers of Limblifter, Age of Electric, Fur Trade and Hawksley Workman, joined us for an airy, ethereal set of songs from the band group’s debut album Thrash Rock Legacy… and some friendly conversation.
Stream the whole session here:
Dylan Kongos called the show to talk about the band’s latest album, being in a band with his 3 brothers and why now is the right time to rock out on the accordion.
Kenny Hotz of Kenny vs Spenny joins us to talk about their upcoming show at the Myer Horowitz Theatre, plus news and entertainment highlights from the past week.
Mountain-climbing music man Mark Foster calls SONiC to talk about the band’s upcoming album, inspiration, pizza delivery and when we can expect his band in Edmonton.
What’s the story behind Foster the People’s massive debut hit single “Pumped Up Kicks”? Watch the band’s frontman Mark Foster explain where the song came from, what he thinks of the controversy it sparked, and what he’d change about it if he could go back and do it over again.
Black Keys producer, Brian Burton AKA Dangermouse called the show to talk about the new Broken Bells album out February 4th called After The Disco. I also press Brian for details about the upcoming U2 record.
Hawksley Workman called to talk about his upcoming cabaret show at the Citadel later this month. I also managed to squeeze some details out about the upcoming album from Canadian supergroup, Mounties.
Will there be a tour for the new album? When can we expect that elusive new DFA album out? How does one’s manhood end up in the album art? These questions answered and more. Stream the interview here: