Justin Carroll-Allan speaks with Bay Area rapper Larry June about his relationship with Atlanta, John Stockton, and how signing to a label has changed his career.
Will Schube talks with Deantoni Parks about his work on Paul Schrader's Dog Eat Dog, his vault of unreleased music, and balancing work with a musical partner.
Cory Lomberg speaks with Alanna McArdle about her days in Joanna Gruesome, poetry, and the unsuspecting cruelty of nature documentaries.
Allen Poe talks with Stik Figa about growing up in Topeka, Kansas, finding worth in the arts, and his latest album, Central Standard Time.
Julian Brimmers talks with Outthepond and Suicideyear about their collaborative EP, Brothers, their favorite rappers, and the nature of collaboration.
Allen Poe talks with James Lindsey about growing up in Louisville, expanding to a national audience, and his forthcoming EP, Same Sky.
Jim James and Katie Bain talk about the magic of LA, the horrifying political landscape, and maintaining an air of mystery.
Justin Carroll-Allan and Mozzy talk about Sacramento vs. the Bay Area, honesty, and his upcoming project, 1 Up to Ahk.
Will Hagle and Mike Eagle talk about growing up in Chicago, television, and punchlines in rap.
Zilla Rocca and Vic Spencer talk about Wu-Tang, the influence of Sean Price, and being a voice for Chicago.