When Carlos Dengler, the iconic bassist from Interpol left the band following the completion of their 2010 self-titled, the future of the group was uncertain. While there was no strife between the remaining three members, the time was at hand for a much:
Northern Transmissions gets up and personal with some of Today’s most interesting independent Bands and Songwriters. Some of the artists To date Northern Transmissions has interviewed include Yo La tengo, Rodriguez, The Drums, Youth Lagoon, and Father John Misty.
Northern Transmissions talked to Matt Sharp of The Rentals a few days before the official release of Lost in Alphaville, the first album from The Rentals in…a very long time. From the very start when The Rentals were a side project while he was still in:
Ideas sometimes just snap into place, and that’s where Chrome Cactus (as a title) came from. The title was at the front of my mind while riffs were tossed around or worked into full songs, I would just imagine this overpowering polished chrome cactus:
Northern Transmissions recently caught up with Twin Peaks frontman Cadien Lake James for a quick and humourous chat. Their new album Wild Onion is now out on Grand Jury. Twin Peaks play next at the FYF Festival in Los Angeles, CA
The quote came from a pretty honest place, I think it’s a testament [to] how the state of music is in the UK presently. I don’t really understand all the hype and so called popularity of the Arctic Monkeys,
Northern Transmissions spoke to Jeffrey Jacob and Angela Gail from In the Valley Below while they were hanging out in their rehearsal space/recording studio in downtown Los Angeles. There’s a bit of advance buzz about the new album, The Belt, which:
It was just that by the time the song was released, our music had already changed so much. We originally recorded those songs as demos and they weren’t intended to be released. We’d never released anything before so we didn’t know what to expect, and
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