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…

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: Knock Me Out

Knock Me Out are a French quartet, namely Nathalie on vocals,  Florent on drums, Alex on guitar and Andreas on bass. We featured the acoustic version of  thier excellent  tune “No” as one of our tunes of the day a while back and we caught up with Nathalie to find out a bit more about her…

Interfew with: Cascading Elephants

We featured “Bloom” by Cascading Elephants as our tune of the day a little while back and following that we caught up with main man Ben Parker to find out a lot more about the new album and what makes his clock tick 🙂 It’s a really nice, engaging interview and there’s some great tunes too.  No black…

Interfew with: Sofia Bolt

Sofia Bolt first came to our attention via Orouni and Clémentine March – Water Babies and we’re glad she did 🙂 Between fire and water, the young Franco-American musician Amélie Rousseaux, found a stage name that reflects her duality: Sofia Bolt, or the alliance of lightning (Bolt) and wisdom (Sofia, derived from the Greek Sophia), or…

Interfew with: IO e la TIGRE

IO e la TIGRE are an amazing Italian duo that produce beautiful, distinctive pop songs with a punk edge. They have become one of my favourite bands since I heard them first when we started FEW last year. I was delighted when they agreed to answer some questions for this feature. They come across as…

Interfew with: The Would Be’s

The Beatbox on Network 2 was essential viewing for FEW. It was Ireland’s very own slice of MTV where for 2 hours every Sunday you got to see a sprinkling of Irish bands’ videos among the more established international acts. I’ll never forget the first time I heard and saw “Funny Ha-Ha” by The Would-Be’s….

Interfew with: Woog Riots

Woog Riots are Silvana Battisti and Marc Herbert. The duo is based in Darmstadt (Germany). In March 2016 they released their 5th album “Alan Rusbridger”. Their career in pop music began in 2004 when they compiled and curated an international tribute sampler dedicated to Manchester’s indie icons “The Fall”. The double CD was released on…

Interfew with: Cola Jet Set

COLA JET SET were formed in 2001 by Felipe and Aarón, rising from the ashes of their previous band Los Fresones Rebeldes (since reformed).They specialise in pristine pop music, taking influences from the fifties, sixties and beyond and producing something quite unique and beautiful. They’ve had some lineup changes down the years and each formation produces…

Interfew with: DTCV

DTCV is the project. The project of Lola G. (French musician)  and novelist, screenwriter and guitarist (James Greer). They’ve been on the go since 2013 as we say here. They’re quite funny and very serious and they live in the desert. They write brilliant pop songs. Their new album is called Confusion Moderne and it’s class. Read…

Interview with: Lost Tapes

Lost Tapes is the (relatively)  new project of Pau Roca (La Habitación Roja) and RJ Sinclair (Tokyo Sex Destruction). They recently released their debut LP “Let’s Get Lost” on Mushroom Pillow. It’s a beautiful piece of work and has obviously been made with a lot  of care, attention and love. The sound harks back to the…