Interview: Beans on Toast on Rolling Up the Hill and upcoming annual tour
This interview is nearly as traditional as the man himself. For the past 7 years and since his debut album Standing On A Chair - named after his the...more
Interview: Jenny Hval makes us feel uncomfortable ahead of her UK tour
"I say 'c*nt' in a lot of different ways on this album," muses Jenny Hval. She does. In the mouth of the Norwegian polymath, words are not so much spo...more
Interview: Little May spill the beans on Aaron Dessner and For the Company
Listen to Little May for more than five minutes and you will find your mind takes you to a place of pure serenity and escapism. A magical, mystical,...more
Interview: Hero Fisher talks Delivery and Fufanu
Hero Fisher is somewhat of an enigma. Well versed in empowering, haunting songwriting, she's worked with some of the best producers in the industry (W...more
Interview: Tom Robinson returns with Only the Now
Tom Robinson has kept busy. Since bursting into public consciousness with his band's 1977 Top of the Pops debut, showcasing the irresistible "2-4-6-8...more
Interview: Scarlet Rascal prep for Simple Things
In the run up to Simple Things - Bristol's alternative inner-city festival taking place on Saturday 24th October 2015 - we'll be publishing exclusive ...more
Interview: Dilly Dally bare their teeth
Here at DrunkenWerewolf, we’re drunk on Dilly Dally, and everything surrounding their upcoming debut album, Sore. Last month, we licked the salt a...more
Interview: The Amazons gear up for indie success
It's been a while since the British press last lauded an all-male, shamelessly indie rock band without tarring them with the 90s revivalist brush ...more
Interview: AURORA runs with the (drunkenwere)wolves
“We've reached the point where we accept that, if we see the word 'Scandinavian' in a description, we already know what we've got ourselves into:...more
Interview: Shannon and the Clams anticipate UK tour
Newcomers to British ears but well established on their native US scene, Oakland trio Shannon and the Clams are about to make themselves known with t...more