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 [...]
The one where the Devalued gang reflect on where the small but mighty Devalued show has been and where it’s going next.
Lilly Hiatt and John P Strohm join for the first ever Devalued Live Happy Hour.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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.
Legendary recording engineer Steve Albini joins Devalued for a chat about the difficult relationship between art and money.
Namir Blade & Gee Slab open up about how to stay true to your art while carving out a successful path in independent music.
Sonic Boom, aka Pete Kember, sits down with Devalued and reminds us to be uncompromising in the pursuit of creativity.
Tristen and Liza Anne join for an in-depth chat about the myriad of hurdles facing musicians in our modern age.
Devalued sits down with the talent bookers for The Basement and The East Room to figure out how to build the sustainable ecosystem of venues and artists.
Damon Krukowski joins Devalued to discuss the fallacy of streaming services, misleading industry news and how artists rights are truly a political issue.