Music Interviews
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Interview with GURR: “You can be belittled as a woman in the music industry”

The Berlin-based duo Gurr has been making music since 2012 already, but it was this year (2016) that things started happening for them. The full-length debut “In My Head” was a success, with many release shows in Germany, London, and Paris. Their unique ...

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Craig Dermody from Scott and Charlene’s Wedding Tells Us About his “Dark and Funny” Music

Craig Dermody, from Melbourne's Scott & Charlene's Wedding, writes funny and grunge-inspired rock songs about the trials and tribulations of everyday life. After spending three years in New York, the charismatic singer-songwriter is back with his original ...

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Interview with King Khan and The Shrines: “Pop music just makes people dumb”

King Khan & The Shrines is really absolutely great, and we at Lola Who, cannot resist Arish Ahmad Khan's soulful and psychedelic garage rock n' roll. If you're still wondering how you can make something new out of something old, then look no further. The ...

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A Talk With Geneva Jacuzzi: “everyone wants to have fun”

Geneva Jacuzzi is the kind of person who is always going around doing things her own way, which is often the opposite of what is usually expected. She’s gone astray from her religious upbringing in a Jehovah’s Witness community and started a life of her ...

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Interview with Teri Gender Bender from Le Butcherettes: Rock ‘n’ Roll Gone Mad

Le Butcherettes is a garage-punk trio from Guadalajara, Mexico, composed of bassist Jamie Aaron, drummer Chris Common, and led by the intense Teresa Suárez (a.k.a. Teri Gender Bender). Formed in 2007, Teri became known for her explosive and gory ...

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