Carl Bookstein speaks exclusively to Matthew J Tow, the frontman with Australian psychedelic pop act the Lovetones about his band's lengthy career and their forthcoming 2020 album 'Myriad'.
Miranda Lee Richards
Carl Bookstein speaks with Los Angeles based singer songwriter Miranda Lee Richards about the unsettling state of the world and her topical new album ‘Existential Beast’.
Dublin born, Liverpool based musician Dave O’Grady of Seafoam Green speaks with Carl Bookstein about the debut album 'Topanga Mansion'.
Lead singer Dominic Appleton of London-based quartet Breathless speaks with Carl Bookstein about music and the current re-release of their 1999 album 'Blue Moon'
Carl Bookstein speaks to Mark Olson, the front-man with the Jayhawks about his new solo album, 'Good-bye Lizelle'
Carl Bookstein speaks to former Prisoners and Solarflares bassist Allan Crockford about his psychedelic-influenced band Galileo 7 and their just released third album, 'False Memory Lane'
Much acclaimed American singer-songwriter Ben Taylor talks to Carl Bookstein about his fourth solo album, 'Listening'
Matthew J Tow
Carl Bookstein talks to Australian singer-songwriter and Lovetones' front man Matthew J Tow about his debut solo album, 'The Way of Things'
Carl Bookstein talks to former Low Anthem guitarist Daniel Lefkowitz about his new duo Futur Primitif and their debut album, 'Machineteeth'
Carl Bookstein speaks to This Mortal Coil singer Dominic Appleton about his band Breathless' first album in nine years, 'Green to Blue'
Carl Bookstein speaks to Drew Perkins, the frontman with classic rock/Americana Louisville, Kentucky-based group Edgehill Avenue about his band's third album 'Just Out of Sight’
Electric Pop Group
Carl Booksetin cats to brothers Erik and Martin Aamot from Gothenburg-based indie pop act the Electric Pop Group about their just released new album, 'Seconds'
Carl Bookstein chats to Spencer Cullum, the guitarist with Detroit-based country band about his band's latest album 'São Paulo' and its hard-turing schedule
Carl Bookstein speaks to Matthew J Tow, the front man with Australian group the Lovetones about their recently released fourth album 'Dimensions' and the 60s influences of their sound