Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore make up husband and wife duo Tennis. Their formation as a band stems from an eight-month sailing journey along the Atlantic coast. Find out how one of the most talked about up-and-coming bands made it to shore and started making music on AUX.
Handsome Furs lead vocalist/guitarist Dan Boeckner talks about the band's forthcoming album saying it has a "sweaty, punk dance party vibe." Read the full story on Spinner.
The Vaselines' Frances McKee and Eugene Kelly chat with AUX about their current tour in support of Sex With An X, making the title track's music video and the amount of support they have received from fans. Watch the full interview on AUX Weekly. Watch AUX Weekly Tuesdays at 7 p.m. on Rogers channel 107
Lou Barlow discusses his past works with Dinosaur Jr., women problems and his devotion to fans while on tour. Watch the full AUX Weekly interview.
Lost in the Trees lead singer/songwriter Ari Picker says the band are currenly working on what will be their third album and that "it will continue to be personal." Read the full interview on Spinner.
The Dears frontman Murray Lightburn discusses his band's past, the forthcoming album Degeneration Street and always living his life at 10. Read the full interview on AUX.
Eugene Kelly, one half of Scottish duo The Vaselines, recently spoke about their new album Sex With An X, their current tour and how much they hate the Twee handle. Read the full interview at Chart Attack.
English punk band Turbogeist, which includes Jimmy Jagger (son of Mick Jagger) say they had to sell Nitrous oxide to pay for their recent North American tour. Read the full interview at AUX.
Delphic's debut album Acolyte received a North American release this summer, yet it's been out overseas since January. Now the band are eager to get to work on their sophomore album. Read the interview with guitarist Matt Cocksedge at AUX.
The Hundred in the Hands released their self-titled full-length debut last month and have plans to start writing another at the end of the year. Read the interview at AUX.