Q & A

ATL use their close relationship with the stars to bring you their innermost thoughts, elicited by virtue of our cunningly crafted questions...


Where's Your Head At - Le Galaxie?

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ATL | 15:18 UK time, Thursday, 28 October 2010



Here at ATL we are constantly attempting to make sense of this cruel and often bewildering thing called life. In an attempt to prove once and for all that people in bands are as fruity round the brain bits as ourselves, we set up a daring psychological experiment. We ask a series of questions and some of our favourite music makers answer them. Challenging, we know.

Dublin based electro-poppers Le Galaxie play Auntie Annies tomorrow evening (29th October) for Animal Disco. We love them, and therefore they are the very first to hop onto the slab for a closer cranial inspection.


What is your earliest memory?
Being cast In Back To The Future in November 1984. We shot for two weeks until the producers realised that an 2-foot infant who couldn't speak English and needed 18 hours sleep a day was a poor choice to play Marty McFly. The role was re-cast.

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Wolf Parade - Q and A

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ATL | 15:48 UK time, Thursday, 2 September 2010

Wolf Parade played a blinder wrapping up this years Electric Picnic 2010 on the Crawdaddy stage last night. But fear not if you weren't there! They play the Spring and Airbrake in Belfast tonight.

We caught up with the Wolves to discuss passenger boats, crying and Werner Herzog.


Hello there, and how the Dickens are you right now?

I am feeling fine, considering I just had one of the longest series of flights in my life, consisting of a ten hour lay-over in Toronto's Pearson Airport, AKA The Temple of Boredom.

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Heathers - Q & A

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ATL | 17:00 UK time, Wednesday, 30 June 2010

l_aa0c6463a19e493da1a1d3563b4b994f.jpgFresh from their Irish tour, Heathers are readying themselves for a number of festival dates this summer, including Electric Picnic.

ATL caught up with twin sisters Ellie and Louise MacNamara to talk about everything from Paul Simon to popcorn.


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