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.
An album review podcast of the latest records from W.A.I.L. (Wisdom Through Agony Into Illumination and Lunacy, Vol. II), TETELESTAI (CRVSH SVTVN), and Third Island (Omelas).
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.
An album review podcast of the latest records from HIEMIS (Nachtstücke), From Harbour (Fatigue), and Microcosmys / La Torture Des Ténèbres (THE GODS THEMSELVES).
Ep. 17: A Conversation with Graham of Less Than One (Unsettling, Corrosive Swells of Noise from Bedfordshire)
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.
Ep. 16: A Conversation with Figgy of Lovelace (Soul Smashing, Ambient-Laden Gloom from St. Catherines)
Figgy of the ambient-laden doom trio Lovelace discusses the origin of her band, the ephemeral bliss of playing live, and the meaning behind her lyrics.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Solstice (White Horse Hill), Zalys (Fragments of Life), and Apostle (Shallow Graves).
Gautier discusses YATTAÏ’s early years, the essence of the band and what being in the band means to him, and how they have adapted their sound over the years.
Seba and Lucien of ethereal blackened crust outfit MEDIUM discuss their unique sound, delve into their mystical lyrics, and reminisce about their influences.
An album review podcast of the latest records from Cosmotheoros (At Eternity’s Gate), Antigama (Depressant), and Malicious Wonderland (Pessimism).
Andrew Stephens (Scattered Lodges) discusses his early years as a designer, how he began producing music, and the synergy between artwork and music.
Ep. 12: A Conversation with Year of the Coyote (Concrete Cudgeling of Metallic Hardcore and Relentless Sludge)
The sludgy metallic hardcore three-piece, Year Of The Coyote, discuss their first LP, Siege, the origins of the band, and a good deal more.
An album review podcast of the latest records from MEDIUM (Self-Titled), Deadly Probe (EXPEDITION n. D34D5P4C3), and Astrakhan (Without New Growth Process is Bloodshed).
Paul Lopez (Sana Obruent, Angel Falls, Spell 336) discusses his love for drumming, his Sana Obruent opus August, and the passion driving his dark ambient work.