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Freakwater by Tim Furnish
Freakwater by Tim Furnish
Freakwater by Tim Furnish

"We went into the studio thinking that we would try a bunch of stuff and be open," says Freakwater's Catherine Irwin about the band's first album in ten years.

 
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Mutemath
Mutemath
Mutemath

"The optimistic songs were the ones we went with for the record," says Mutemath drummer Darren King about the band's fourth studio album.

 
 
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Trews
Trews
Trews
 

The Trews is Out There

 
January 26, 2016
 



"We’re obsessed with music," says Trews singer Colin MacDonald. "We’re really passionate. That’s what keeps us going."

 
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Samantha Fish
Samantha Fish
Samantha Fish
 

Samantha Fish, Naturally

 
January 24, 2016
 



"It was more personal," says singer-guitarist Samantha Fish about her most recent album, WILD HEART. "Anytime you do something that’s more personal and it’s received well, that’s a success."

 
 
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Yo La Tengo photo by Carlie Armstrong
Yo La Tengo photo by Carlie Armstrong
Yo La Tengo photo by Carlie Armstrong

"We’re always interested in taking a song and treating it as something that’s flexible and malleable," says Yo La Tengo singer-guitarist Ira Kaplan.

 
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45 Years
45 Years
45 Years

"Weirdly, the more you’re in a relationship, the harder it can be to talk about certain things because you have more to risk," says writer-director Andrew Haigh, talking about the secrets people keep from one another, a theme a...

 
 
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Anomalisa
Anomalisa
Anomalisa

"We were forging our own aesthetic and our own approach to stop motion and figuring out . . . how to achieve this emotional authenticity that we were going for," explains 'Anomalisa' co-directors Duke Johnson.