Published Aug 09, 2007Yes, it's true, we have brand new web exclusive interviews up for you to indulge in. This week it's as diverse as it can get around these parts with features on Entombed, Miguel Migs and Candye Kane. Take your pick, or even better, just read them all here.
Read Keith Carman's interview with death'n'roll veterans Entombed, where guitarist Alex Hellid discusses the apparent resurrection of their older musical style, as well as the influence their buddy SATAN had on their new album, Serpent Saints.
Sarah Ferguson sits down to have a chat with California-based house DJ/producer Miguel Migs, where they discuss the influences of older music on his new album, Those Things and what direction he thinks house music is heading.
David Barnard grills cabaret blues singer Candye Kane on her eighth CD, Guitard and Feathered, and discovers a deeper side to the singer-songwriter's life, including her childhood experiences in East Los Angeles dodging gang culture and her stint in the adult entertainment industry.