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Check out our upcoming Best of 2015 print and digital issues for answers from Arcade Fire's Will Butler, Julien Baker, Blanck Mass, CHVRCHES, Dan Deacon, The Dears, Dutch Uncles, EL VY, Everything Everything, Father John Misty, Field Music, The Flaming Lips, How to Dress Well, Sondre Lerche, Low, Luna, Mew, NZCA Lines, Cullen Omori, Natalie Prass, Small Black, Surfer Blood, Tamaryn, Telekinesis, Vampire Weekend's Chris Baio, The Walkmen, Youth Lagoon, and others.The issue also features an exclusive joint interview between Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and acclaimed Australian singer/songwriter/guitarist Courtney Barnett.Also included are 's Top 100 Albums of 2015 list and our 13th annual Artist Survey section, in which various notable musicians reflect on the music and events of the last year.It will also soon be available digitally via 's app, and the magazine apps Zinio, Readly, and Readbug.The issue features Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) and Wolf Alice singer/guitarist Ellie Rowsell on the cover together.What are your current thoughts on streaming and which service would you most like to have your music on? We haven't put out a record since 2013, so we haven't dealt with a Friday release date yet. I do not worry about something similar happening at one of our shows any more than I worry about a plane crash or other disaster.
I've never expected people to pay for our records, and I still don't expect them to.
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For Under the Radar's 13th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2015.
Our in-depth 3,400-word article on Wolf Alice charts the formation and rise of the new British band through the eyes of frontwoman Ellie Rowsell, from her days as a shy North London schoolgirl without the confidence to perform her songs in front of anyone to the assured singer of the band behind 2015's best debut album, the acclaimed Mercury Prize-nominated in London, England and Matt Fink wrote both cover stories.
"I think my perspective has always sort of been informed by the fact that what most people take really seriously is kind of comic to me, and what's comic to people is then sort of tragic to me." - Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) "The joke ultimately is on me because [covering Ryan Adams covering Taylor Swift is] probably what I'll most be remembered for, if I'm remembered for anything." - Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) "You can't embody the '90s in one band, because Oasis didn't sound like Nirvana or whatever.
I don't even know what [music] was in the '90s." - Ellie Rowsell "I was so disappointed and upset.