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  • 8.5 hours with Christopher Owens
  • A Descent into Iceland with Chelsea Wolfe
  • Covers Project: Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill
  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick
  • 8.5 hours with Christopher Owens
  • A Descent into Iceland with Chelsea Wolfe
  • Covers Project: Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill
  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick
  • 8.5 hours with Christopher Owens

    by The 405, 07 July 2015

    "My iPhone signals 1:30, and this early riser with alcohol fatigue realises it's too late to ask for that photo shoot. So I step into the night, illuminated by the full moon and safely arrive in my air-conditioned flat after eight and half hours with the band." [read more]

  • A Descent into Iceland with Chelsea Wolfe

    by The 405 Guest Writer, 07 July 2015

    These are photos from our time in Iceland. We were there to play ATP but spent a couple extra days. Our hotel was on the outskirts, next to a huge moss and rock field leading to the sea. It was light out the entire time we were there so we didn't sleep much - did a lot of exploring instead. The photos of people are overlaid with shots from the long walk in the moss field and also shots from the plane as we arrived. The colors in Iceland are incredible. [read more]

  • Covers Project: Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill

    by Oliver Primus, 06 July 2015

    Amongst the pile of '90s relics that rumble around in the glovebox of my wife's car is Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette - an album that turned 20 years old last month, and one that I still find myself reaching for on long journeys. [read more]

  • A Place of Solitude: The 405 meets Miya Folick

    by Martyn Pepperell, 06 July 2015

    One of the more compelling new talents to hit our radar in recent months, Miya Folick writes and performs atmospheric alt-rock songs of depth, resonance and meaning. A singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer, over the last two months she's released three striking singles (now bundled up as an EP on bandcamp), drawing comparisons to the likes of Sharon Van Etten and Daughter along the way. [read more]

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