Paul Marshall: Not splitting up with himself

26 10 2009

By Dan Hoffman (@danhoffman24) and
Brian Phillips (@BrianBlahg)

Back in March we chatted up Leeds UK singer/songwriter Paul Marshall. Paul had just finished an encouraging 2008; a year that saw him sign to the Bella Union label and open a few shows for the enchanting Bat For Lashes. For Marshall it was the culmination of a lot of hard work, intense self-doubt, and touring continental Europe with his ski masked industrial metal duo.

As I write Marshall is recording, and says:

The new record is shaping up to be quite a change from the acoustics of Vultures and will feature a lot more instruments, loops, percussion etc and is actually heading down the band route in many ways. It’s not going to be RADICALLY different, i.e. songs like ‘Cross Stitched Lips’ will be on there and ‘We Could Use Your Blood’ will finally get to see the light of day.
It is due to this and the fact that i have a fucking boring name that the name ‘Paul Marshall’ is going to be thrown out and this album is going to be released under a new guise which will be revealed later.





The Little Ones talk debut LP “Morning Tide”

30 04 2009

We grabbed a couple beers with the guys of The Little Ones and chatted about their debut record “Morning Tide” during SXSW 2009 in Austin, TX. Click the picture to watch the interview.





The Low Anthem chat about “OMG, Charlie Darwin”

16 04 2009

Providence, Rhode Island trio The Low Anthem chatted with us about their new record “Oh My God, Charlie Darwin”. The band signed with Nonesuch Records to release the album nationally.





Theresa Andersson’s “One-Woman” Band

15 04 2009

This Swede-bred, turned New Orleans native singer/songwriter plays a one-woman show like no other. It’s not just a gimmick either Theresa writes great songs. She chatted with us in Austin a couple weeks ago.





Paper Route talk new record “Absence”

15 04 2009

We chatted with Nashville based indie electronica band Paper Route about signing a new record deal and releasing their DIY record “Absence” via Universal.





Heartless Bastards bring working class Midwestern Blues to SXSW

1 04 2009

We’re still rolling out coverage from our week in Austin, TX. We had the pleasure of hanging with Heartless Bastards front-woman Erika Wennerstrom in Austin. Erika’s an Austin, TX native these days, but the band started with blue-collar Ohio roots (like former labelmates The Black Keys). Erika chats about the newest album “The Mountain” and raiding the closets at Fat Possum Records.





Trail of Dead chat about new label and fun with their name

30 03 2009

No matter what you call …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, they continue to put out great records and add to their fanbase. TOD, chatted with us in Austin about their latest record and switching labels.