Pylon Reenactment Society Interview

The sound of Pylon, and the Pylon Reenactment Society, is often stated as being highly original and influential on other music around it. What I’m curious about is, when you started playing as Pylon, what initially would inform a song’s creation? Moods, environment, other bands, etc? What influenced Pylon? Since we were creating sounds from […]

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Kristin Hersh Interview

Photo Credit: Peter Mellekas Hot on the heels of recent interview with Lee Ranaldo we had a chance to catch up with Kristin Hersh (50 Foot Wave, Throwing Muses) another artist who needs little introduction for anyone that lived through the golden age of indie rock I’ve read that on this new album you play […]

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Interview – Chernaya Lentochka

Chernaya Lentochka (Black Ribbon) is a young trio from St Petersburg that creates music in a genre they dubbed “paintnoise”. A unique blend of old Soviet-era pop recordings and modern electronic music it sounds little like anything else out there, so we talked to Anna and the band about sources of inspiration Черная Ленточка – молодая […]

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6 Degrees of Separation with David Glossner (Famous Breathers)

Famous Breathers is a Rochester, NY based duo boasting an impressive resume of past work with AmRep stalwarts Hammerhead and Glenn Branca (to name just a few) We recently asked David, one half of the duo (also To Gaze/Funshine Bear), to play a game of 6 degrees of separation with IHRTN and describe his and his band’s […]

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Interview – Martin Bisi (Swans, Helmet, Sonic Youth)

An online interview with legendary producer Martin Bisi, whose credits include John Zorn, Cop Shoot Cop and White Zombie, among many others. Sound and Chaos: the Story of BC Studio is a documentary chronicling the story of a studio that Martin started in 1979 – check out the trailer here. Sonic Youth, Swans, Helmet – […]

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Interview with Con Tex

Con Tex is Boston-based musician and a member of Whitehaus Family Record. Check out Close to Home – his contribution to Boston Not LA Vol. 3 as well as his own Bandcamp page.   What’s in a name? Why Con-Tex? Con Tex (spelled like that, with a space in the middle, though I’ve seen it spelled […]

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