Everett True

Song of the day – 629: Ruby Pins

Song of the day – 629: Ruby Pins

I’m just trying to capture a mood, a nagging insistence.

 Wallace Wylie

Hating Hipsters: How The Mainstream Hijacked Authenticity And Made Non-Conformity A Joke

Why exactly does the whole world want to distance itself from the term hipster?

 Bianca Valentino

Catcall – The Collapse Board Interview

by Bianca Valentino Catcall is the latest musical project from Sydney-based musician Catherine Kelleher. Kelleher first performed as frontwoman for Australian DIY punk band Kiosk in the early 00s. Upon returning home from a 2006 Kiosk US tour Kelleher had a life changing moment (which she talks about here) and after much soul searching decided […]

 Everett True

how to get featured on a music website

Sure, we’re open to bribery here at Collapse Board. Isn’t everyone in the music industry?

 Everett True

Song of the day – 301: Anni Rossi

Is it just me, or is Everett True losing it nowadays?

 Everett True

Song of the day – 241: Eux Autres

In the main, I’m a sucker for a limp-wristed guitar

 Everett True

Song of the day – 198: The Corin Tucker Band

New music. From Corin Tucker. What more do you need to know? Me and my wife, we used to love Cadallaca, back in the day. Like a fun-time Portland party band with righteous vocals, a kick-ass drummer and the sweetest of Hammond organs. There were a couple of other bands too, but their names momentarily […]

 Andrew McMillen

Video: Interviewing The Dandy Warhols in Portland, Oregon

Last week, my girlfriend Rachael and I won a trip to the United States. The competition asked, in 25 words or less, which Parklife 2010 headline act we’d would like to interview and why. We both chose The Dandy Warhols. Why? Two reasons. We both dig their music… and the competition terms mentioned that the interview would take place […]

 Everett True

Song of the day – 128: Boo Frog

Despite the assertion from the editor of Mess And Noise that my blogging is all “NME this, or Franz Ferdinand that”, my desk seems to be currently sadly bereft of new releases from major labels, or even major indie labels. Instead, I’m reduced to scrabbling around among the scrag-ends of cultural abandon – or, as […]