A trio of experimental songwriters share a series of memorable anecdotes with Kyle Meredith.
Articles by Regan Bexler
A roundup of rock and roll veterans talk about their experiences and future plans in the music industry.
He also explains the story and mission statement behind his PEOPLE artist collective.
The frontman talks about the future of The Whigs and the chances of another Gutter Twins record.
The Eels frontman also reflects on the anniversaries of Broken Toy Shop and Electro-Shock Blues.
The two thumbs up the re-edited Arrested Development, Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television, and Wild Wild Country.
He also updates us on the status of The Good The Bad & The Queen’s long-awaited sophomore album and whether he envisions another Blur Record.
The swan song will be a collaborative album featuring Stevie Nicks, Don Henley, and others.
He also explains how buzz from SXSW helped launch the band and the time he bartered musical gear.
Mike Lindsay also talks to Kyle Meredith about a new Tunng album with the band’s original lineup.
The Blur guitarist also discusses the 20th anniversary of his debut solo album, The Sky Is Too High.
Emily Haines also talks to Kyle Meredith about debuting new music on the band’s upcoming tour.