2014 with Richard Kingsmill
Rob Swire talks to Richard Kingsmill about the hurdles the duo faced making their debut album Abandon Ship. They also touched on some of the guests involved, the death of EDM, the future of Pendulum and how The Simpsons influenced one of the songs on...
Formerly of At The Drive-In and The Mars Volta, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala are together again in a new band called Antemasque. Omar spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the difference with this new band, his lifelong friendship with...
Lurch and Chief
Vocalists Hayden Somerville and Lili Hall from the Melbourne band spoke to Richard Kingsmill about favourite musical decades, debut albums and where they're heading with their music.
Singer Dom Ganderton from the Birmingham 4-piece told Richard Kingsmill about the band's history leading up to their debut album Don't Say That. He explained how they came up with their name too.
Alex Cameron and John Hassell from the Sydney trio speak to Richard Kingsmill about their third album titled The Worry. They talk about their increasing Australian sound and the prominent role vocals are now playing in their music.
The Los Angeles singer started making music at 15 on a toy piano. A self-confessed untrained artist, she still writes music on that piano. She speaks to Richard Kingsmill about her writing methods, her debut album Goddess and the long list of...
With the release of their 5th album El Pintor, Interpol's guitarist Daniel Kessler talks to Richard Kingsmill about their approach to songwriting without former bassist Carlos Dengler. Kessler also explains how Fugazi has influenced his playing.
The 25 year old US singer/guitarist had not played a live show up until two years ago. Now he's supporting the likes of Jack White. He talks to Richard Kingsmill about his powerful debut album and why he came to the music scene relatively late.
Richard Kingsmill talks to Dom and Ted from the Brisbane four piece about recording their debut album in London late last year with Ted's renowned father Glenn Tilbrook (Squeeze).
Singer Mike Kerr talks to Richard Kingsmill about the UK duo's debut album, writing riffs and meeting heroes like Jimmy Page.
No. 1 Dads
Big Scary's Tom Iansek talks to Richard Kingsmill about his latest solo album, the influence hip hop has on him and whether he worries about running out of ideas.
Legendary producer Rick Rubin talks to Richard Kingsmill about working how and why he worked with Angus and Julia Stone on their third album.
Danny Brown spoke to Richard Kingsmill before his Splendour In The Grass set about recently supporting Eminem, collaborating with The Avalanches and working with Scottish producer Rustie.
The Sydney post-rock instrumental band talk to Richard Kingsmill about how working with producer Nick DiDia (Powderfinger/Pearl Jam/RATM) shaped their second album Love of Cartography.
Lana Del Rey
Richard Kingsmill talks to the US singer about some of the key songs on Ultraviolence, working with Dan Auerbach as well as the continuing confusion that surrounds parts of her life and her persona.
The Canadian artist spoke to Richard Kingsmill about the influence Trent Reznor had on his new epic double album. They also talked about the significance of his new album's the title, exotic fish and the ambitious plans for his live show.
You're Gonna Miss It All is the 2nd album from the Philadelphia punk band. Bassist Ian Farmer tells Richard Kingsmill more about that city's punk scene, how going to College has helped their career so far and how singer Brendan had to miss their...
Mikey Young and Dan Stewart from the Melbourne band speak to Richard Kingsmill about post-punk influences and the making of their 2nd album Typical System. Despite the international acclaim behind the group, they will still do minimal touring for the...
The Amity Affliction
With the release of their 4th album Let The Ocean Take Me, vocalist/lyricist Joel Birch talks to Richard Kingsmill. They cover Birch's issues with depression and anxiety, his near death experience in 2013 and the meaning behind the single 'Don't Lean...
The winner of our Unearthed NIMA competition in 2012, Thelma Plum came in and premiered her new single "How Much Does Your Love Cost?" with Richard Kingsmill and spoke about how she came to work with hip hop producer M-Phazes.
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