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An Interview with Devin DiSanto and Nick Hoffman

By Spencer Cawein Pate Devin DiSanto and Nick Hoffman’s Three Exercises–released by one of my very favorite record labels, Erstwhile–is one of the most beguiling albums I’ve listened to in 2015. An auditory trace or palimpsest of an artistic happening (involving … Continue reading

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An Interview With The Lowland Hundred

By Spencer Cawein Pate The Welsh band The Lowland Hundred make the kind of music I dream about, music I have longed for even before it came into existence. After reading Rob Young’s characteristically astute and enticing review of their most recent release in … Continue reading

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An Interview With Alasdair MacLean of The Clientele and Amor de Días

By Spencer Cawein Pate To my view, The Clientele are quite possibly the greatest pop band of the past fifteen years. Their dreamy, lovely music draws upon surrealist art and literature and hearkens back to sixties pop and psychedelica, but … Continue reading

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An Interview With Paul Savage of The Delgados

By Spencer Cawein Pate I’m ecstatic to present this interview with Paul Savage, former drummer for The Delgados–one of my all-time favorite bands–and current music producer at Chemikal Underground, the great record label the band founded and still operate today. … Continue reading

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An Interview With Lucius Shepard

By Spencer Cawein Pate [Please see also my remembrance of Lucius: Goodbye Storyteller: RIP Lucius Shepard] Lucius Shepard needs no introduction: he’s one of speculative fiction’s finest prose stylists, smartest critics, and best raconteurs, and the forthcoming publication of his collected … Continue reading

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