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.
Brother Nathan and Lias from South London band Fat White Family talk about how they needed to move to Sheffield to make new album Serf's Up. With reference to hard drug use, and a story about human shit.
Fresh from winning at The Oscars, Mark Ronson talks to Greg Cochrane about late night jam sessions with Lady Gaga, the intimidating success of 'Uptown Funk' and reveals the most important song he's ever written...
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.
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.
London rapper, poet and visual artist travels a short distance to tell Greg Cochrane about interviewing Spike Lee, being considered a "political voice" a new global grime series that we're 100% gonna make with VICE (please).