Bar/None Records owner Glenn Morrow joins for a chat about the adaptability of the legendary indie label, his own artistic development and that one time he went viral for a [...]
Posted: Wed May 10, 2023
Josephine Foster makes songs like dreams beamed in from another world. We find out about her creative process, daydreaming and managing a creative life on your own terms.
Posted: Tue April 11, 2023
Live recording of the Devalued Happy Hour gathering featuring Alanna Royale and Megan Loveless; a wonderful chat with two incredibly admirable creators.
Posted: Thu March 16, 2023
Photographer Pooneh Ghana has captured Tame Impala, Viagra Boys, Billie Eilish, Solange and thousands more. She talks through her experiences in how art's value is perceived [...]
Posted: Mon February 27, 2023
Kid Millions (Oneida) talks about the irony laced into the title of his bands’ new record, the reality of being in a celebrated indie rock band, what drives him creatively and [...]
Posted: Thu January 26, 2023
The one where the Devalued gang reflect on where the small but mighty Devalued show has been and where it’s going next.
Posted: Tue January 10, 2023
Lilly Hiatt and John P Strohm join for the first ever Devalued Live Happy Hour.
Posted: Thu December 22, 2022
Visionary of electronic music, Suzanne Ciani, joins for a chat about what it's like to stay true to your art even when it gets lonely, why originality matters, and why you [...]
Posted: Wed November 30, 2022
Kurt Wagner (Lambchop) and Mary Mancini (Lucy's Record Shop) open up about the intersection of art and politics, why society should take care of its artists, and why it’s [...]
Posted: Tue November 15, 2022
New Zealand artist David Kilgour opens up about his decades long journey in the music industry and how he's navigated the music industry along the way.
Posted: Tue October 18, 2022
Legendary recording engineer Steve Albini joins Devalued for a chat about the difficult relationship between art and money.
Posted: Tue September 20, 2022
Namir Blade & Gee Slab open up about how to stay true to your art while carving out a successful path in independent music.
Posted: Tue September 6, 2022