DMG had the pleasure of catching up with MOBO.com's One To Watch, Matti Roots, and asking him about everything from his new album Beatroots to people who frown on Katy Perry.
There were frowns this week in London when Ed Warby and co cancelled their only UK date of 2011 at short notice, thankfully, Ed and the boys have produced some fine music to keep the masses' thirst quenched and gave DMG a great interview to keep the conversation flowing!
Lazarus AD have certainly been making heads turn in the DMG offices, with their new album Black Rivers Flow on course to make the band household names, and their first ever UK tour in the process with Bonded By Blood. Vocalist and Guitarist Dan Gapen told us all about it.
DMG had a drink with Geva Alon and tried to Get Closer to what makes him tick.
From fishing in the Kenai Peninsula to headline tours around the world, it might not have always been easy for 36 Crazyfists, but unlike most surviving acts today they've earned their stars and stripes the hard way. DMG caught up with vocalist Brock Lindow for a chat.
Chris Fox is vocalist for US deathcore band See You Next Tuesday, who have been on an indefinate hiatus since October 2009, while debts are repaid and members focus on their alternative projects. DMG recently secured this interview with the frontman to find out just what is going on!
In the heydey of KISS and Aerosmith, before the likes of Queen and David Bowie had broken the American markets, Starz were a influencing force to be reckoned with. Shockingly, it's rather bizarre how little of their legacy is known, seeing as they were an influence on everyone from Danger Danger to Motley Crue. Here DMG gets the sincere pleasure of an exclusive interview with their guitarist (and KISS fan) Richie Ranno.
From Nu Metal to Thrash, there's not much Dez Fafara hasn't seen, he's shocked a monkey with Ozzy Osbourne and spoke about God with Nikki Sixx. All this, and his own son has provided backing vocals on a Devildriver album, DMG recently met him in Newcastle for a quick chat.
65daysofstatic drummer Rob Jones gives us an insight into the Sheffield-based band's hectic 2010.
There's nothing DMG likes better than chilling with internationally renowned pop stars and Iyaz is no exception!
DMG sat down with Devlin and tried to figure out who was really 'Brainwashed'.
After month's of speculation, DMG can confirm, that Daniel Davies is in fact the newest member of the band. We spoke to him at Sonisphere ahead of the group's Friday night set in Bohemia.
Sheffield melodic metallers While She Sleeps are aiming to hit a saturated underground market hard and fast - DMG caught up with them at Sonisphere - and believes they have what it takes.
Daily Music Guide caught up with Heights, a fantastic Hartfordshire metal band, performing at their first Knebworth - on the Red Bull Bedroom Jam Stage - and talking about festivals, music and Devil Sold His Soul.
We chat with Gavin McInally, organiser and founder of the Damnation Festival in Leeds, as the event prepares for its sixth instalment this November.
Last month, DMG caught up with a man who has been referred to by some as the rock star of the art world. Having never studied art past A Level, and only getting a B grade back then, he has none of the pretensions of the art world, but may have picked up a few from the music industry instead.
Moon landings, dolly mixture, and a few strong words about obese dogs and their owners. It could only be Scouting For Girls.
Five years after their reunion and 20 years since the release of their breakthrough album, Bezerk, Welsh glamsters Tigertailz discuss their new album, their forthcoming UK dates, and a special anniversary.
Lead guitarist Bumblefoot shares his views on the UK, his love for the Beatles, touring, and meeting Brian May ahead of the band's forthcoming UK dates.
One stifling Monday afternoon in Central London, DMG caught up with Jason Derulo. With a tight schedule of promotions, interviews and shows, he was in constant demand. Yet, hype and screaming girls appear to hide a man exhausted by the attention.
The beautiful Sia Furler adorns London Town with her eccentric blend of quirk and infectious new music.
Nu-Rave has been and gone. In fact, it probably never existed, but Hadouken are still very much alive and kicking.
Band on an Island join us for a few pints and a chat.
Teenagersintokyo join DMG for post-rehearsal tea and chatter.
A reunion tour, a new album and acres of coverage in the press, Spandau Ballet's comeback has been the music story of the summer. We caught up with them at rehearsals for their sell-out tour.
After a whistle-stop tour of the UK, Stardeath and White Dwarfs talk music, muses and the Flaming Lips.
We grab a chat with the latest buzz band from Brazil.
The Gaslight Anthem's Benny had a quick chat with us about what's been happening and what's on its way.
Luke and Sam from Manchester-based band Ten Bears kick back on the chaise longue for a chat and some snaps.
At the Leeds Festival of 2009, Chris and Rob of Enter Shikari took some time to have a chat with us before their main stage performance.
Italian trio Hot Gossip give us the 411 on their background, history, Italian heritage and 'that' first UK tour.
We quiz prolific electropop prodigy Deastro on his newly acquired status as a fully-fledged band, his musical gadgetry, and the state of his family's eardrums.
The highly acclaimed producer and DJ talks about how he manages to juggle his many projects whilst still having a great time.
Marina chats to DMG ahead of the release of her 'Crown Jewels' EP.
The ambient rockers talk tigers, dark venues and late-night breakfasts with DMG.
The Brummie trio chat to DMG ahead of a matinée show in Brighton.
DMG shelters from the south coast storm to chat to one of Britain's brightest new pop trios.
DMG chats to the Brighton rockers ahead of the release of We Were Ghosts.
The producer talks to DMG about the India SoundPad Project.
Meet the singer who doesn't think he has the talent to be in a band. We beg to differ, Mikel.
Winding down after performing in Trafalgar Square, critically acclaimed folk/ roots singer Netsayi talks people and politics.
The young singer's set to make it big in 2009. She talks about why writing pure pop wasn't for her.
Go:Audio's guitarist Zack and drummer Andy sit down with the DMG to talk touring, record labels and Wikipedia ahead of their sold out show at the Electric Ballroom in London.
Oliver Ackermann, vocalist and guitarist with New York's A Place To Bury Strangers talks albums, labels and journalistic branding.
Poison The Well drummer Chris Hornbrook talks extensive touring and exclusively reveals the title of the band's new album.
Gwen Stacy's vocalist Geoff and bassist Brent almost let a few things slip during an interview ahead of their Manchester show supporting 36 Crazyfists.
DMG sat down with Justin Hawkins, lead vocalist of the Hot Leg, just ahead of the band's Edinburgh concert on March 5th. Here's what happened...
America’s latest indie export chat with us before performing at East London’s Cargo in support of Passion Pit.
Misery Signals, one of the hottest metal bands around, join us for a chinwag about their label, future tour plans, and their idyllic melodic edge.
Fox talks plans for the band's next album, and how money trouble and health problems near put an end to their recent tour.