Blocland Interviews White Reaper: Worlds Greatest American Website Interviews Americas Greatest Band on Earth

EDITOR'S NOTE: Unlike most of the content on this site, this is actually a real interview conducted between the Blocland staff and Tony Esposito of White Reaper. We know, we can't believe it either. We could show...

Interview: Chuck Johnson and His Otherworldly Pedal Steel Guitar

Chuck Johnson isn’t new to this. But his new album is nothing like you’d expect. He’d already been around since the nineties, playing with various acts and under different aliases, before embracing his given name and releasing...

The Most Mechanically Superior Website In the World Interviews Artificial Brain

The New York City based death metal band, Artificial Brain, are gearing up to release their sophomore album, Infrared Horizon. Infrared Horizon is the followup to their 2014 debut album, Labyrinth Constellation. Labyrinth Constellation presented a band...

Jay Som – After Dark: Selfie-Interview with Melina Duterte

I had the pleasure of seeing Jay Som this evening at Salt Lake's own Kilby Court, a charming shed-in-an-alley venue downtown. Jay Som's music comes at you in waves. Grooves and melodies that ebb and flow,...

Father John Misty Has Thoughts On The Blocland First Half Of 2017 AOTY

Blocland recently ran our annual, and wildly popular, midway point of the year top 20 AOTY. The entire staff at Blocland votes on this and the lack of inclusion by Blocland.com favorite (and dear personal...

The World’s Thirstiest Website Interviews Art Of Burning Water

AOBW (l-r): Mike, Kunal, Grief Art Of Burning Water is bad ass. Their latest album, 2016's Between Life And Nowhere is a masterstroke of "PhD-beat inspired heartcore of the worst kind". The UK trio has been caving...

The World’s Ramblingest Website Interviews Bask

Asheville, North Carolina's Bask is criminally underappreciated. Their new album, Ramble Beyond, is an exhilarating journey through stoner metal, southern rock, country, Americana, psychedelia, and post-rock. But none of that matters when you hit play. These...

Interview: Messa on Scarlet Doom and Feast For Water

There’s no cinematic art form as distinctly American as the Western. When we think of America, we think of the cowboy. We think of the strong jawed, sun tanned, loner riding into a dust covered Nevada...

Interview: Shannon Lay and her Love Letter to Planet Earth

  Shannon Lay wrote a Love Letter to Planet Earth in the form of her album Living Water.  Find Blocland's full album review here: http://blocland.com/news/ive-heard-shannon-lay-queen-mother-sunflowers-living-water "I am here as a channel for something bigger than myself and the more I acknowledge...

Interview: Wolves In the Throne Room’s Aaron Weaver on Justice and Thrice Woven

During the early 1820s to 1830s, American philosophy took a turn toward Transcendentalism. The movement's bedrock was based around fierce individualism and the idea that society was a corrupting force toward man. The major theme running...