The best discussions often happen at the witching hour. These ones happen to be between musicians of note and the team behind Loud And Quiet magazine.
Hosted in turn by Stuart Stubbs and Greg Cochrane, each episode of Midnight Chats is an intimate conversation with a recording artist currently making our job worthwhile.
New episodes will be posted online, fittingly, at the stroke of midnight.
The Slits guitarist, film director, aerobics instructor, author and feminist icon discusses a bit of everything from her inspiring life, as her second book, To Throw Away Unopened, is released in a paperback edition.
Foals' frontman Yannis Philippakis talks to Greg Cochrane about his recent visit to a remote greek monastery, the perils of social media and releasing two albums in 2019, in this series-opening episode.
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British pop star Charli XCX in late-night conversation, talking about playing raves at the age of 14, working with David Bailey to get into art college, writing songs for Blondie and what people are really talking about in LA – sprouts.
This year Bobby Gillespie's been on an emotional journey into the band's past – he tells Greg Cochrane about the rediscovery of Primal Scream's 'lost' Memphis album, his past relationship with drugs and the serious accident tha...