Dodson and Fogg
Dodson and Fogg's Chris Wade speaks to Malcolm Carter about his recent EP 'Watch the Moon', its accompanying film, and also working with Nigel Planer.
Malcolm Carter talks to Nick Halliwell, Steve Perrin and Mike Finney from underrated new wave band The Distractions about the long-awaited reissue of their 1980 debut album ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ in a two CD 40th Anniversary edition.
Malcolm Carter talks to Paul Tasker, the guitarist with Glasgow-based Americana/folk duo Doghouse Roses about their fourth album, ‘We Are Made of Light’.
United Bible Studies
Malcolm Carter speaks to David Colohan, Dom Cooper and Alison O’Donnell from psychedelic folk act United Bible Studies about its evolving membership and latest album, 'Cave Hill Ascension'.
Malcolm Carter speaks to London singer-songwriter Louise Aubrie about her new solo album 'When I Don’t Love You I’ll Let You Know’ and the surprising influence of Cary Grant on it.
London-based singer-songwriter Catty Pearson answers talks to Malcolm Carter about her her acclaimed debut EP ‘Time Tells Me’.
Much acclaimed and rising country singer-songwriter Karen Jonas talks to Malcolm Carter about combining motherhood with a heavy touring schedule and her just released third album, 'Butter'.
Dodson and Fogg multi-instrumentalist turned film-maker Chris Wade talks to Malcolm Carter about 'Cuentos', his intriguing new surreal short film.
Nick Halliwell found that there was only one way he could vent his anger over the European referendum result - make a new album with his group, The Granite Shore. He tells Malcolm Carter about the influences behind this album, in particular his love of that most European of pop bands, Abba.
Malcolm Carter speaks to author and Dodson and Fogg frontman Chris Wade about his second feature film, ‘Seven Days In Never’.
Alison O' Donnell
Alison O'Donnell, the former front woman with 1960's/1970's pioneering folk outfit Mellow Candle, speaks to Malcolm Carter about her forthcoming second solo album,‘Climb Sheer The Fields Of Peace’
The recent release of the band's third album, ‘Kindly Leave The Stage’ on the Occultation Recordings label is being promoted as the last Distractions album. Malcolm Carter speaks to Steve Perrin and Nick Halliwell about why they have decided this will be the final word from the Distractions.
Dodson and Fogg front man Chris Wade talks to Malcolm Carter about his directorial feature film debut, 'The Apple Picker'
Malcolm Carter speaks to Paul Tasker, the guitarist from Glaswegian alternative folk duo Doghouse Roses, about the band's first album in six years, 'Lost is Not Losing'
Ray Humphries appeared under a shroud of secrecy with his debut album, 'Is It That Time Already?', then disappeared again without warning. This year, he's back with a new album. Malcolm Carter finds out where he came from, and where he's been
Malcolm Carter talks to singer-songwriter Robert Coyne about his late father Kevin Coyne, his past albums and also 'Last Lion', his latest collection
Sheffield three-piece Robberie speak to Malcolm Carter about their debut album,‘Beneath Your City: As You Dream’, and original blend of indie-pop
Eva Holbrook, one of the four multi-instrumentalist sisters in pop act SHEL, took time out from touring the United States to talk to Malcolm Carter about their just released second album, ‘Just Crazy Enough’, which was co-produced by the Eurythmics' Dave Stewart
With his work on much acclaimed singer-songwriter Hattie Briggs' second album, 'Young Runaway' now completed, its producer Peter Waterman speaks to Malcolm Carter about his work on it and his plans and anbitions for the future
Dodson and Fogg
The recent release of the ninth album under his Dodson and Fogg project gave us the opportunity to put a few questions to Chris Wade. To long term followers of his work, it will be no surprise to learn that Wade already has the next Dodson and Fogg album almost completed!
As she prepares for a tour to promote her forthcoming second album, 'Bedlam’, Folkstock artist Kelly Oliver speaks to Malcolm Carter about how she started in music and got into the folk scene
Irish dream pop maverick Butterfly Child, AKA Joe Cassidy, has released his first album in seventeen years. He speaks to Malcolm Carter about his extended hiatus, and the other projects that kept him busy over the preceding years
Malcolm Carter takes the opportunity to find out a little more about the Feedback File from John Almond who wrote and produced ‘The Earth Beneath Our Feet’, which was one of the most eclectic and inspiring albums of 2015
Sea and Air
Malcolm Carter talks to Eleni Zafiriadou and Daniel Benjamin from Greek/German duo Sea and Air about their haunting new album 'Evropi' which tells of a homeless family travelling through Europe
Americana act the New Dylans return twenty years after they split with a new album, 'Meta'. Malcolm Carter speaks to co-founders Reese Campbell and Jim Reilley about the past and their future plans for the band
Sam Shinazzi has delivered his strongest set of songs so far with the release of his fifth solo album, ‘Forever and Now’. In a rare interview with him, Malcolm Carter talks with Sydney-based Shinazzi
Light Over There
Minneapolis rocker Rex Haberman talks about his recent work as part of the duo Light Over There and reveals that the pair, despite having made an excellent Americana-tinged EP and never met, are going to change that shortly
After the glowing reviews for her debut album ‘Red and Gold’, British singer/songwriter Hattie Briggs explains how she started her career in music, and her plans for the future
Occultation Recordings owner Nick Halliwell talks about his band The Granite Shore's long-awaited debut album, 'Once More From The Top’, which is a concept album about a group, and his difficulty in getting it released
Malcolm Carter chats to Stephen Duffy, the front man with cult act the Lilac Time, about his band's return after an absence of seven years, and 'No Sad Songs', their new album
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and country musician Michelle Lewis chats to Malcolm Carter about her much acclaimed second album, ‘The Parts of Us that Still Remain'
Malcolm Carter talks to Distractions members Mike Finney, Steve Perrin and Nick Halliwell, and Neil Storey, the owner of record label HiddenMasters, about 'Parabolically Yours' the 80's new wave band's new PledgeMusic-funded box set
Dodson and Fogg
Malcom Carter talks to singer-songriter and author Chris Wade about his 60's-influenced band Dodson and Fogg's sixth album and new concept record, 'In a Strange Slumber', which features a guest appearance from 'The Young Ones' actor, Nigel Planer
Malcolm Carter chats to Oxfordshire husband-and-wife duo the August List about 'O Hinterland', their much acclaimed debut album
Dodson and Fogg
Malcolm Carter talks to singer-songwriter Chris Wade from 60's/psychedelic-influenced band Dodson and Fogg about his band's fifth album 'After the Fall', and his new group Rexford Bello, which he has formed with his brother Andy Wade
Israel Nash Gripka
Malcolm Carter chats to Texan-based singer-songwriter Israel Nash Gripka about his much acclaimed third album, 'Rain Plans'
Malcolm Carter chats to haunting Oxfordshire-based band and husband-and-wife duo the August List about their stunning second EP
Malcolm Carter talks to Glenn Prangnell, the front man with 60's-influenced Medway-based act Groovy Uncle's recently released third album, ‘One Vowel Away from the Truth'
Malcolm Carter talks to Distractions members Mike Finney and Steve Perrin, and Neil Storey, the owner of record label HiddenMasters, about 'Parabolically Yours' the 80's new wave band's forthcoming retrospective
Malcolm Carter talks to singer-songwriter and music biographer Chris Wade about his band Dodson and Fogg's 60's-influenced just released third album, 'Sounds of Day and Night'
Malcolm Carter chats to Minnesota-based singer-songwriter Chastity Brown about her debut UK release 'Back-Road Highways' which combines elements of folk, gospel, blues and jazz,
London-born singer-songwriter Louise Aubrie talks to Malcolm Carter about her decision to move to New York, working with Morrissey guitarist and producer Boz Boorer and her just released second album, 'Time Honoured Alibi’
Stiv Cantarelli and the Silent Strangers
Malcolm Carter chats to Italian musician and Americana artist Stiv Cantarelli about his current band the Silent Strangers, their much acclaimed album 'Black Music/White Music' and their forthcoming European tour
Dodson and Fogg
Malcolm Carter speaks to author and musician Chris Wade about his group Dodson and Wade, and its self-titled and psychedelic-influenced debut album
In what is our second interview with 80's new wave act the Distractions, Malcolm Carter chats to guitarist and songwriter Steve Perrin about their second album, 'The End of the Pier', which is being released 32 years after their debut record
Malcolm Carter talks to Kay Russell from ill-fated early 80's pop act Fassbender/Russell, the chart band she formed with the late Susan Fassbender, about their new compilation, 'Twilight Café (The Demo Collection 1981-1985)’
Malcolm Carter talks to acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter, artist and poet Martin A. Egan about his long-awaited debut album 'The Tune', balancing his different careers and forthcoming new trilogy of albums
Ben de la Cour
Malcolm Carter speaks to New Orleans-based singer-songwriter Ben de la Cour about his former doom-metal band Dead Man's Root, and his captivating and Americana-influenced second album, 'To the River Rise'
Indiana-born singer-songwriter Amy Lashley talks to Malcolm Carter about her debut solo album, 'Travels of a Homebody', and why she is unlikely to promote it by touring
Doghouse Roses is the much acclaimed Glasgow-based folk duo of singer Iona McDonald and guitarist Paul Tasker . Malcolm Carter speaks to Paul Tasker about his band, who have toured with the Willard Grant Conspiracy, and their self-released second album, 'The Broken Key'
In our second interview with 80's pop icon Natasha England, Malcolm Carter talks to her about her first album in twenty five years, the electronic-influenced 'Deeper Into Reality', which she has recorded with producer Robert Logan
New York-born, but now Manchester-based singer-songwriter Risa Hall talks to Malcolm Carter about her careers in both music and acting and eclectic debut album, 'Glass Half…?’
Malcolm Carter talks to vocalist Mike Finney and guitarist Steve Perrin from under rated 70's punk/new wave band the Distractions about their comeback and two new EPs, 'Black Velvet' and 'Come Home'
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Anny Celsi speaks to Malcolm Carter about her first album in six years, 'Tangle-Free World', which has been produced by Brian Wilson drummer Nelson Bragg, and her forthcoming European tour
Malcolm Carter talks to England-born, but Canadian-based singer-songwriter Luke Jackson about his third album,'...And Then Some', which was recorded in Sweden with Nick Drake's strings arranger, the late Robert Kirby
Susie Hug, the former vocalist with the Katydids, talks to Malcolm Carter about her musical career, working with Calexico and recently released solo album, 'Tucson Moonshine'