Amid the unrelenting hullabaloo of our modern society there are beacons of light, the occasional oasis of independence in an integrated world. Hidden within the stream of advertising, cross promotion and pop cultural overload are people who carry the spirit of DIY. Read More…
Category Archives: Interviews
Interview- The Room Colored Charlatan
Indiana technical progressive 5 piece The Room Colored Charlatan have recently unleashed their 2nd album ‘Primitives’ to universal critical acclaim and the guys have been good enough to answer a few questions for us at Audiocracy. Read full interview…
Interview- Drew Norley (Subsketch)
Thanks for taking the time to speak to us here at Audiocracy, we love hearing from artists that keep the independent vibe true to the cause. Hopefully we’ll be hearing more from you in the near future. You are officially now part of the Audiocracy family! Read full interview…
Arizona lads North are a great example of how work ethic, integrity and quality output can attract and impress the discerning heavy-leaning music lover. Their reputation is continually growing by organic means, the word of their sweet sludgy sounds spreading far and wide, even finding its way into my ears on the other side of the world.
In between shows, traveling, using toilet paper and duct tape as survival tools and dabbling in “casual amateur meteorology” they took time to answer a few questions for us. Read More…
Interview- Philip Jamieson (Caspian)
Since Massachusetts post -rockers Caspian’s beginnings in the early years of this century the band have released three studio albums, and a small cache of live, split or stand alone EPs. They have steadily forged an impressive live reputation on the back of touring extensively, particularly around their native US and across Europe. This year sees the guys head Down Under for the first time and they landed recently after completing a series of shows in Asia and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Philip Jamieson took time out from his quest to catch up on sleep and put on hold his search for the perfect pizza to answer a few questions for us. Read more…
Interview- John Scott (The Mark of Cain)
The Mark Of Cain hold a unique position among the Australian musical landscape. It is a position that has been hard won, born of an unparalleled work ethic and an uncompromised artistic vision. The band; built around brothers John & Kim Scott, have been pummeling the devoted for the best part of three decades. They have exposed countless people to their characteristic sound – music completely devoid of superfluous bullshit, imbued with integrity and delivered with tangible passion. Read more…
Interview- Carl Whitbread (Lo!)
Lo! are rising.
By the time this Sydney quartet came to public awareness they had already honed a professional sound and style that is as slick as it is stimulating.
They are a group of experienced and likeminded musicians who have focussed their combined powers into a fearsome musical alliance.
Guitarist and go-getter Carl Whitbread made time in his schedule to answer a few questions and here are the results for your reading pleasure. Read more…
Interview- The Mostly Dead
“…see when I think of a crackhead doing heroin, I just think he’s trying to do too much.”
It’s not often that an interview is equal parts hilarious and insightful, but DC punk’n’roll larrikins The Mostly Dead did themselves proud. Read more…
Interview- Dave Clifford (Red Sparowes)
Californian outfit Red Sparowes have been purveyors of sprawling, expansive instrumental post-rock for the best part of a decade. Thanks to the miracle of the internet, drummer Dave Clifford and I sat down over virtual lattes and had a chat. Read more…
Interview- Raph & Renaud (Kruger)
Kruger are not only purveyors of genre-bending heavy sounds they are also grounded, content and were generous enough to take the time to answer a few questions for us. Read more…