I feel like the music is really whatever I'm feeling, and women contain multitudes. - Ali
CHIRP Features Director Amelia Hruby caught up with Ali and Nicole of Upset at Riot Fest 2017. They chat about how the band got together, recording with bronchitis, and their neverending fear of someone finding all the notes and voice memos on their phones.
CHIRP volunteer Amelia Hruby caught up with Angus Andrew of Liars at this year's Riot Fest. They talked about how the band now functions as a solo project, recording the new record Theme from Crying Fountain in the Australian bush, and the meaning behind the album's wedding imagery.
While backstage at Riot Fest 2014, Katie Owens caught up with BRONCHO’s Ryan Lindsey. The singer elucidated the intentional ambiguity in the title of band's second full-length, Just Enough Hip To Be Woman, talked about the French origins of their first single and explained why it's important to have a self-sustaining band.
BRONCHO opens for Billy Idol at The Riviera on February 7.
CHIRP's Katie Owens met up with New York's Skaters at Riot Fest 2014 where they expressed their fondness for The Orwells, reminisced about getting in trouble with the cops in Columbus, and gave the inside scoop on their zine Yonks.
Skaters' debut album, Manhattan, is out now via Warner Bros. Records.