Brendan Auld (Descent, Siberian Hell Sounds, SNORLAX, Consumed) probes his various projects, exploring the compositional approach of each.
Owen Swerts discusses, in depth, his innate propensity to create whilst exploring his myriad of projects such as Days of Desolation, Frequency Eater, et al.
Kyle Cramb (The Coma Calling) discusses his experimental downtempo project, his first LP, The Howling Family, and his latest split titled Overlap.
Seasoned ambient composer Scott Lawlor discusses his early years of performing in coffee shops and how he has been proliferating music over the past five years.
An in-depth podcast interview with Malevich, a blackened and grinding hardcore outfit from Atlanta.
Alejandro discusses his love for strange and experimental music, explains how Serpatus came to be, and how he composed his beautiful self-titled album.
Mark of Hacksaw claws deeper into the tracks on his latest EP, Raw Fucking Gore, and muses over some of his most favorite horror films.
Third Island discuss their approach to composing riffs, explain why their releases are concept-driven, and highlight some hilarious moments between themselves.
Cam and Evan of Apostle describe how they came together to form the band and detail the recording process and concepts underlying their EP, Shallow Graves.
American Standards discuss their return to the Pacific Northwest with Steaksauce Mustache and describe their new plans for producing math-slathered noise.
Sasha (protoU) takes us deeper into her sound, exploring the lush, vibrant, and organic boughs that form her unique style.
Graham (<1) speaks about each of his monikers, delves deeper into some of his more unsettling releases, and describes how music production helps him combat his PTSD.