405tv Interview: Metric
The fantastic Metric recently finished off their fifth full-length, as well as a tour of the UK to promote it. To cap off our slew of Metric coverage, we present our little chat with the creative partnership from the 405tv crew.
The interview was recorded/edited by George and Louise Nindi.
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Back in February we announced that Metric was set to release their newest album Synthetica this spring, but details of the Canadian band’s fifth studio release was kept quiet. [read more]
Metric haven't let go of their latest album Synthetica without a fight. It was preceded by streams, singles, accompanied by a series of tours and now, perhaps finally, a mini-documentary on the creative process behind their fifth and subtly sci-fi studio album. [read more]
Let's kid ourselves that the weekend isn't over by kicking off Monday night with 41 minutes of thrashin' guitars, shall we? Tracklist: 1. Tear It Up - The Cramps 2. At Home He's a Tourist - Gang of Four 3. Aerobicide - Julie Ruin 4. Art Star - Yeah Yeah Yeahs 5. I Want To Be Tracy Emin - These New Puritans 6. Grown Men Don't Just Fall In The River Like That - Liars 7. Black Plastic Bag - Q & Not U 8. The Sweat Descends - Les Savy Fav 9. Beg Waves - Ponytail 10. Rabb... (continued) [read more]
In a world saturated with boring, stale Indie-Rock bands, it clearly takes something 'special' to stand out; Yorkshire-based trio Sky Larkin might just have that 'something'. The band makes energetic fizzy pop-punk, complete with satisfying female-fronted melodies and forceful rhythms that makes me envious that I'm not having as much fun as them. Gaining acclaim from several singles and debut album 'The Golden Spike', Sky Larkin are surely due to hit the big time with the release ... (continued) [read more]