Q&A: Grimalkin Records members and manager Nancy Kells explain collective’s mission and background

Grimalkin Records, a music and zine collective based out of Richmond, Virginia, is relatively new. With three releases in 2018 and several lined up for 2019, however, the collective is already working hard. Grimalkin is not genre-based, instead focusing on releasing and promoting music by queer people of color (QPOC). The label itself is run … More Q&A: Grimalkin Records members and manager Nancy Kells explain collective’s mission and background

Q&A: Hate Club explains new EP and dealing with house fire

Indie-punks Hate Club delayed the release of their EP A Clear Mistake in early March after lead singer Noah Bondy’s apartment burned down–shortly before the band was slated to put out the EP and leave for a SXSW-centered run of shows. In fact, the EP’s cover is now a photo of Bondy’s apartment on fire. The quartet … More Q&A: Hate Club explains new EP and dealing with house fire

Interview: itoldyouiwouldeatyou

After releasing a debut album, indie punk group itoldyouiwouldeatyou dropped a dizzying music video for “Almost Zero”, a politically-inspired single off of the record. The single will be released on streaming services Friday. It’s an insightful track with an even cooler music video, and Indientry got the chance to ask front-person Joey Ashworth, who uses they/them … More Interview: itoldyouiwouldeatyou