• The Early Years: Q&A

     Right before their first appearance in the states, three-fourths of The Early Years (guitarist/singer Dave Malkinson, drummer Phil Raines, and brand-new bassist Brendan Kersey) sat down with QRO.  ...
  • Electric Six: Q&A

     During their recent Switzerland tour, Electric Six's frontman Dick Valentine sat down with QRO for a brief conversation for a look into life on the road, the impact of Myspace, and playing human Frogger in Moscow.  ...
  • Dresden Dolls: Q&A

     (reprinted) 

    I go to a lot of shows, probably too many. I see all types of bands, big ones, local ones, crappy ones, decent ones. Usually, you'll know exactly where a band is heading when you see their live show, and when I saw the Dresden...

  • M Ward: Q & A

    (reprinted) 

    Through-out battles with lawsuits over music rights that have regressed down to the public over downloads, and to the do-it-yourself attitude of many young if not inspired artists that have lead to the success of sites such as pure volume or myspace, the public has never...

  • Múm: Q & A

    (reprinted) 

    There are times in life when you are brought back to childhood, the scent of a perfume your mother would wear, a familiar place you visited while young, even in pictures; the most descriptive of memories.

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  • ima robot

    Ima Robot: Q&A

    ima robotQRO recently chatted with Timmy from Ima Robot in the calm before the storm.  Their second album, Monument to the Masses, comes out on September 12. 

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  • The Go Find

    The Go Find

    The Go FindAfter the release of The Go Find's debut album, Miami, we got a chance to speak with the man behind the band, Dieter Sermeus.  He spoke of inspiration, connections, and the experience of releasing the record.  ...
  • Ben Kweller: Q&A

     The music of Ben Kweller has a similar effect on anyone with ears to listen and a heart to beat.  In his most recent contribution to the music world, entitled On My Way, every note seems to take on a new meaning, just as Ben...
  • Black Dice: Q&A

     Any band can tell you, the second album is a bitch; double that if you're a band that produces songs that are abstract seven minute epics. ...