Category: Interviews

The Bombpops: Good Things Come To Those Who Wait

No need to rush a good thing. Southern California band The Bombpops formed in 2007, but it’s taken almost a decade for the foursome to put out their first full length album. So why the wait? “It might seem like…

Totally Crushing On Anna Waronker and That Dog

Los Angeles-based alternative rock group That Dog came to prominence in the early 1990s behind a string of 7-inch releases which led to the band signing to DGC Records and their self-titled debut in 1994. With a punk power pop…

Craig Finn: Just Trying To Get Through

Given the current political climate, it would be easy to assume Craig Finn was thinking of a Post-Trump world when he named his latest record ‘We All Want The Same Things.’ “The title actually came from one of the songs,…

PLS PLS: The Bark & the Bite

In one-way or another, Dan Dixon has earned a lot of ink in Innocent Words. Whether it was in our infancy as a print magazine where we gushed over Dixon’s band Dropsonic or covered bands he has produced in his…

Loose Tooth: Big Day Out

L Larissa Sapko had a short to-do list after moving to Philadelphia. Up high on that list? Start a band. She can certainly check that one off as Loose Tooth is about to turn in their latest effort, ‘Big Day,’…

Innocent Words Presents IW10 with Bari Leigh

TEN: Starting in 2013, each Friday, Innocent Words started shining the spotlight directly on up and coming artists/bands with 10 questions we like to call IW10. Hometown: Darnestown, Maryland, and proud of it. Members and Instruments: Bari Leigh for solo…

Innocent Words Presents IW10 with Essence

TEN: Starting in 2013, each Friday, Innocent Words started shining the spotlight directly on up and coming artists/bands with 10 questions we like to call IW10. Hometown: San Francisco Instruments you play: Guitar, banjo, ukulele. On the horizon: I want…

The Dollyrots: Resilient As Fuck

Looking back, there weren’t many positives to come out of George W. Bush’s eight years as president. But on December 12, 2000, the night Bush was declared the winner after more than a month of recounts and legal wrangling, two…