Interviews

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At the Movies with Stones Throw – An Interview with Peanut Butter Wolf

03/27/2014

When Peanut Butter Wolf was 24, his friend and musical collaborator was murdered. Charizma died shortly after the duo had finished recording their album. At the time, Wolf, born Chris Manak, was still signed to Hollywood Basic (a division of Disneyland Hollywood Records) and the label wasn’t interested in distributing the album. Three years later, Read More

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Active Child Interview with Pat Grossi

05/29/2012

Combining choir music with hip hop and R&B isn’t typical for pop music, but Active Child isn’t typical. Active Child’s debut LP You’re All I See ventures into unforeseen musical territory, unless perhaps you knew Active Child’s story. Active Child, born Pat Grossi, as a kid sang in choir, but his love for music spawned from his Read More

Flight Facilities Interview with Hugo

04/05/2012

You might say Flight Facilities “took off.” Yes that’s a bad joke, but a good laugh couldn’t hurt you. Just ask Flight Facilities pilots, Hugo and Jimmy, who’ve cracked more than a few bad jokes during recent interview. (Like telling journalists they’re Calvin Harris or that they’re from Trinidad and Tobago even though they’re actually Read More

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Reptar Video Interview

02/29/2012

Here’s our video interview with Reptar.  The party rock group from Athens, Georgia joined an impressive tour billing with Cults and Foster People last fall. We met them guys after their show at The Fillmore. Check out the great photos Julie took from that night. Seems fruitful to share this interview now, since they performs Read More

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Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch [Interview]

02/27/2012

Maybe he’s humble, maybe it’s his rock ‘n roll attitude, the punk environment he grew up in, butDoug Martsch will never admit he’s an amazing artist.  When The NY Times compared the lead singer and guitarist of Built To Spill to Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Jimmy Page, Martsch “went out of his way to deflect such praise,” a journalist from the Boston Read More

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