Mantocliff

Q&A with Switzerland’s Mantocliff

It should go without saying, but a band's debut makes a strong statement about their direction and hints heavily at their trajectory. It's for...

Q&A with The Hunna: Alt Rock’s Newest Saviors

I was raised on alt-rock. Somewhere along this little journey called life I fell off the alt-rock bandwagon and found myself happily in the lap...
Escondido

Q&A with Escondido

In case you have remained woefully unaware of the brilliant sounds coming from Nashville's duo Escondido, let this be your homecoming. Jessica Maros and Tyler...
King No-One

Q&A with Rising Up and Comers King No-One

Ever since stumbling across King No-One and featuring them on our Best of Indie Rock playlist, I haven't been able to put them down....

Q&A with Lautlos

Milk Crater was lucky enough to bag a few minutes of Lautlos' time and pester him with questions. If you aren't a full convert...
The Viriginmarys

Q&A with Brit Rockers The Virginmarys

The future kings of today's unbridled British rock scene are gearing up for a monster release in May. If their new single "Motherless Land" is...

How Andrew McMahon is Making the World a Better Place

Not too long ago, Milk Crater (Sam Buck and Steven Gantenbein) had the chance to speak with Andrew McMahon (Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness,...

Q&A with Griffin House

Every once in a blue moon, you stumble across an artist who absolutely and completely knocks your socks off. Not one sock. Both socks....

Q&A with Nearly Oratorio

I recently had the chance to toss a few questions at Nearly Oratorio. After hearing the serenely beautiful "Tin" I jumped on the Q&A...

Q&A with Johnny Ashby: From London to L.A. via Americana

"At the age of 6 Johnny made his first guitar from an empty tissue box and a couple of rubber bands and he has...