Interfew with Florian Kreier of Angela Aux & Aloa Input

Florian “Flo” Tobias Kreier is a genius, he is everything and nothing, –  poet, author, musician and journalist. He’s up all night to get lucky, he’s everywhere and nowhere, he is the son and daughter of Schrödinger, he is the box the box the box. He is Angela Aux and Aloa Input, a son of…

Interfew with Anders Mathiasen of Vessel

Vessel is the solo project of Anders Mathiasen, formerly of Murder. Anders released the beautiful new album, “Patterns Of Blue”, in April and we have featured him a couple of times on Few at this stage. As well as working on Vessel, the prolific Mathiasen has found time to write the soundtrack to the award-winning…

Interfew with El Estrellero

El Estrellero write tunes I love to listen to.From La Plata,Argentina they are Gregorio Jauregui (Drums),Alejo Klimavicius (Guitar and Vocals),Lautaro Barceló (Guitar and Vocals),Juan Irio (Bass and Vocals) and Juan Baro Latrubesse (Keys).They know how to surprise…when to be quiet,when to be loud and all the time making you want to re-listen again and again….

Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams

Few thought it strange that Brick never asked him about the papers. Jesus, maybe he knew. He fished out a phone and put on the new Angela Aux album, “Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams”. Weirded out, wired, time stretched to breaking-point……Neil Young, Visage, Sparklehorse… “and when there’s no words left to say play piano play….”

Few Loves Kraków Loves Adana

A few weeks ago I heard my first ever track from Kraków Loves Adana- Omg I Missed You It was one of the strongest singles I’ve heard in recent times. We featured them as a Daily and were delighted when the band agreed to answer a few questions from us. Have a read below.

You Had Me At Milo: Interfew with Tiny Little Houses

Tiny Little Houses are Caleb Karvountzis, Sean Mullins, Clancy Bond and Al Yamin – they released their first EP  – You Tore Out My Heart – last year. I first came across them on the brilliant “Milo Tin”, which we featured as  song of the day back in April. Kicking against the zeitgeist, the band produce lo-fi gems,…

Interfew with: Polartropica

We featured Polartropica’s wonderful “Light Up The Sky” recently as one of our tunes of the day – it’s a great pop song with a really eye-catching video. We caught up with lead singer and driving-force of the band ,   Ihui Cherise Wu, to find out about some more about her music and her…

The Hissing Of Summer Lawns

McGivney’s mind was turning, a clicking clacking broken wheel, a noisy painful bastard that wouldn’t go but won’t stop. He passes a long abandoned petrol station, an old Fanta sign faded by the incessant weather, falling off, hanging on, above the door. There’s a man sitting on a chair by the Texaco pumps, he’s smoking…