The World’s Crunchiest Website Interviews Jake Xerxes Fussell

Jake Xerxes Fussell is a classic storyteller. His pleasant, emotive and just-slightly-gruff voice is perfectly suited to the passing-along of old stories and his mellow, melodic picking style accentuates that warm and charming feeling. Fussell grew up...

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: Svalbard’s Serena Cherry on It’s Hard to Have Hope

  We listen to hardcore for the urgency. It’s the kind of physical music that inspires and demands you to get off your ass and take action in a personal sense and in regards to the world...

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,...

Interview: Nap Eyes on Naps and Much More

  Nap Eyes’ Thought Rock Fish Scale was one of my favorite albums of 2016. I wrote about its “simple and easygoing but meticulously constructed” songs, the “top-notch treatises on family, friends, loneliness and the modern ennui,” and...

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 Grimiest Website In the World Interviews Succumb

Most pop culture built around the city of San Fransisco is fixed upon the hippie boom of the late 60s. Lots of typical day-glow fantasies that conveniently end before 1969. Psych rock has every right to be...
Thom Wasluck

The Gloomiest Website In the World Interviews Planning For Burial

  The music of Thom Wasluck is difficult to explain. To put it as simply as possible, the Planning For Burial mastermind specializes in a kind of blackened slowcore that incorporates a healthy dose of shoegaze. But explaining...

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...

Interview: Jefre Cantu-Ledesma talks about his stunning shoegaze-ish new album On The Echoing Green

Cantu-Ledesma details his new album with Blocland folkie Saul Wright.