Interviews are hard. Forget what anyone tells you, or how cool it sounds to spend your time talking to people others spend their days and nights thinking about, when it comes to developing creative ways to pry into someone’s life who spend every day talking to people about their life before performing songs based off their life is a difficult task. You want to be original, but you also want to develop a real sense of conversation. Throwing in a curveball can derail things, especially if that conversational vibe you’re feeling is inauthentic in any way. Sometimes gold falls in your lap however, and that is exactly what happened to Pitchfork contributor Jayson Greene.
During a recent interview with Built To Spill’s vocalist Doug Martsch, Green was told “without prompting” that Built To Spill is on hiatus and has no plans to produce new music any time soon. It wasn’t exactly you most would consider an official announcement, but following up on the comment Greene learned BTS is indeed taking time. You can read an excerpt from the interview below. Click here to ready the full article. Continue reading ‘Built To Spill Announce Hiatus’