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Q&A: Dan Le Sac's TGE Interview
Q&A: Dan Le Sac's TGE Interview

29 April 2014

At next week's Great Escape one of the half-day insight strands will focus on Global Digital Markets, looking at how digital is evolving...

Q&A: Daughn Gibson
Q&A: Daughn Gibson

23 July 2013

Previously the drummer in stoner rock band Pearls & Brass, Daughn Gibson emerged in his solo country guise last year with his debut...

Q&A: Doldrums
Q&A: Doldrums

26 February 2013

Doldrums, aka Airick Woodhead, released his first mixtape in 2010 on VHS. A year later he moved onto more accessible formats with the...

Playlist: The Dying Seconds
Playlist: The Dying Seconds

11 September 2012

Formed in 2007 by David Cantan and Jack Quilligan, The Dying Seconds have since expanded to a sextet and picked up fans in...

Q&A: Dan Le Sac
Q&A: Dan Le Sac

4 July 2012

Dan Le Sac came to fame as one half of hip hop duo Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip (he's the Dan Le...

Playlist: Dntel
Playlist: Dntel

28 June 2012

Jimmy Tamborello released his first solo album as Dntel, 'Early Works For Me If It Works For You', in 1999. However, he first...

Playlist: Dry The River
Playlist: Dry The River

1 March 2012

Formed in early 2009, Dry The River were the talk over many a festival throughout 2011. Following a string of EP and single...

Q&A: Death In Vegas
Q&A: Death In Vegas

21 September 2011

It's seven years since the release of the last Death In Vegas album, 'Satan's Claw', in 2004. Various projects distracted founder Richard Fearless...

Q&A: Deus
Q&A: Deus

7 September 2011

Belgian alt-rock outfit Deus made their full-length debut with 'Worst Case Scenario' in 1994, later signing a deal with Island Records for the...

Q&A: Dave Depper
Q&A: Dave Depper

16 August 2011

A one-time member of The Decemberists, and prolific artist-on-loan to an array of other Portland-based acts, Dave Depper's debut full-length solo venture was...

Playlist: The Deer Tracks
Playlist: The Deer Tracks

15 July 2011

Swedish electronic duo The Deer Tracks are back, which is always good news. Made up of David Lehnberg and Elin Lindfors, they released...

Q&A: Duane Eddy
Q&A: Duane Eddy

5 July 2011

Esteemed guitar man, and an originator of the rock n roll 'twang', New York-born Duane Eddy scored his first chart single in 1958...

Q&A: Dirty Vegas
Q&A: Dirty Vegas

29 June 2011

Formed in 2001, house trio Dirty Vegas first gained above-ground exposure when they won a Grammy Award for debut single 'Days Go By',...

Playlist: Dengue Fever
Playlist: Dengue Fever

17 June 2011

Dengue Fever was formed in 2001 by brothers Zac and Ethan Holtzman, after the latter returned to the US from a trip to...

Playlist: Dananananaykroyd
Playlist: Dananananaykroyd

3 June 2011

Formed in Glasgow in 2006, 'fight pop' sextet Dananananaykroyd passed through the ranks of the excellent Holy Roar and Moshi Moshi labels...

Q&A: Dark Dark Dark
Q&A: Dark Dark Dark

10 May 2011

Based in Minneapolis, chamber-folk outfit Dark Dark Dark started out in 2006 as a collaboration between Nona Marie Invie and Marshall La Count....

Playlist: Deerhoof
Playlist: Deerhoof

8 April 2011

Deerhoof first came into being in 1994 and have released eleven studio albums over the years, with their sound changing as they...

Q&A: De Staat
Q&A: De Staat

6 April 2011

Dreamt up by lead singer Torre Florin in 2006, Dutch alt-rockers De Staat made their full length debut three years later with LP...

Q&A: DJ Seven
Q&A: DJ Seven

17 February 2011

Having first appeared on the scene back in the early nineties, London-based DJ Seven began producing and mixing as a teenager. Having released...

Q&A: The Death Set
Q&A: The Death Set

25 January 2011

Six short months after dreaming up The Death Set on Australia's Gold Coast in 2005, co-founding duo Beau Velasco and Johnny Siera relocated...

Q&A: Denis Jones
Q&A: Denis Jones

20 October 2010

Denis Jones released his debut album, 'Humdrum Virtue', in 2007. Although often using loops created with a bank of equipment, and the occasional...

Q&A: Dan Mangan
Q&A: Dan Mangan

22 September 2010

Canadian singer-songwriter Dan Mangan released his first album 'Postcards & Daydreaming' in 2005, before touring the world relentlessly for several years. The follow-up,...

Q&A: Darker My Love
Q&A: Darker My Love

3 August 2010

Darker My Love are an indie psychedelic rock band based in California. The band released their first EP, 'Darker My Love', in 2004,...

Q&A: Dandy Warhols
Q&A: Dandy Warhols

28 July 2010

Starting out in 1993, The Dandy Warhols released their debut album, 'Dandys Rule OK?', on Tim Kerr Records in 1995, and soon went...

Q&A: Danny And The Champions Of The World
Q&A: Danny And The Champions Of The World

20 May 2010

Having established himself as one of the UK's most talented purveyors of alt-country, former Grand Drive main man Danny George Wilson co-opted the...

Q&A: Double Dagger
Q&A: Double Dagger

4 May 2010

Forming in 2002, Double Dagger are a post-punk trio from Baltimore, unconventionally composed of only drums, vocals and bass guitar. The band was...

Q&A: Darwin Deez
Q&A: Darwin Deez

13 April 2010

Darwin Deez, aka Darwin Smith (yep, it's his real name), is a purveyor of infectious indie-pop. Having left Wesleyan University five years ago...

Q&A: Dum Dum Girls
Q&A: Dum Dum Girls

7 April 2010

The Dum Dum Girls are a lo-fi indie rock band from Los Angeles, originally set up as a solo project by frontwoman Dee...

Q&A: The Dillinger Escape Plan
Q&A: The Dillinger Escape Plan

6 April 2010

Formed in 1997, The Dillinger Escape Plan progressed quickly to the forefront of the US hardcore scene. In 2001, vocalist Dimitri Minakakis left...

Playlist: Dillinger Escape Plan
Playlist: Dillinger Escape Plan

20 March 2010

Formed in 1997, The Dillinger Escape Plan progressed quickly to the forefront of the US hardcore scene with their debut album, 'Calculating Infinity',...

Q&A: Dag för Dag
Q&A: Dag för Dag

3 March 2010

Formed in 2007, Dag för Dag are a Swedish-American indie band based in Stockholm, with the core being brother and sister duo Sarah...

Playlist: Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
Playlist: Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip

27 February 2010

Hip hop duo Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip first came to wider attention with the release of their debut single, 'Thou Shalt...

Q&A: Daisy Dares You
Q&A: Daisy Dares You

19 February 2010

Hailing from a small village in Essex, Daisy Dares You is sixteen year old pop singer Daisy Coburn, who was being hotly tipped...

Q&A: Delphic
Q&A: Delphic

6 January 2010

First brought to our attention by the always-on-top-of-things Eddy Temple-Morris via a demo of their song 'Counterpoint' a good two years ago now,...

Q&A: Dead Confederate
Q&A: Dead Confederate

8 December 2009

Together since high school, Dead Confederate are an alternative rock band from Athens, Georgia, who first emerged on the local music scene in...

Q&A: David Cronenberg's Wife
Q&A: David Cronenberg's Wife

19 November 2009

Formed in 2002, London-based antifolkers David Cronenberg's Wife are the brainchild of Stockport-born singer songwriter Tom Mayne. Described by Mark Lamarr as "where...

Q&A: Dekata Project
Q&A: Dekata Project

21 October 2009

London-based Dekata Project is the brainchild of producer, songwriter and sax player Sam Sharp. Teaming up with pioneering UK garage/dubstep producer Zed Bias,...

Q&A: The Drums
Q&A: The Drums

15 October 2009

After meeting at summer camp as children, Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham first performed together in electro-pop band Goat Explosion. Jonathon also formed...

Q&A: The Dodos
Q&A: The Dodos

3 September 2009

As they become more and more visible on the indie radar, The Dodos have resisted going too wild with their new found fame....

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Q&A: Dakota

25 August 2009

Likened to Keane, The Feeling and Scouting For Girls, Leamington Spa four-piece Dakota have their eyes firmly sighted on mainstream audiences. They've even...

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