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The 405 is an award-winning Music & Culture magazine based in the UK. Check us out at
387 Episodes
On this episode of the podcast, Ken Grand-Pierre catches up with Ritzy Bryan and Rhydian Dafydd to discuss how AAARTH came to be.
Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with St. Lucia's Jean-Philip Grobler to discuss the journey of Hyperion.
With their new album out next month, what better time than now to have them on the podcast?
Past, present, and future with KT Tunstall.
Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with Jacklin to discuss her forthcoming new album.
A creative chat between friends.
Ken Grand-Pierre caught up with co-frontmen Maarten Devoldere and Jinte Deprez to find out how the songs of Fever came to be.
The importance of not just owning your truths, but using them to help others make sense of their own fallacies and pitfalls.
Throughout this episode, she shares with Ken Grand-Pierre the difficulties of writing songs that depict her innermost feelings and why it took her so long to arrive to this point.
Aysia is a New York-based photographer who also directs/edits video and also tours with bands.
Ken Grand-Pierre Skyped with both TC Milan and Le Chev to find out what doing Crush Club means for them, and what we can expect from them this year.
Ken Grand-Pierre met up with Elektra Kilbey-Jansson and Miranda Kilbey-Jansson in Brooklyn.
Throughout this episode, Torquil shares his thoughts on streaming, keeping a band going after 20+ years, the importance of instilling purpose into your craft, and where Stars is heading.
In this episode, Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with Anderson before a sold-out show in Brooklyn to discuss where the Raleigh Ritchie project is now, and where it’s going.
Ken Grand-Pierre met up with the musician/writer/radio personality/hip-hop historian/and generally sweet guy we know as Shad.
Back in the summer, Ken Grand-Pierre had a Skype chat with band member Elliot Margin (keyboards/backing vocals) about how the years been for the band and where they hope to go from here.
Ken Grand-Pierre met up with Kam in Brooklyn to find out what Gulf Coast Soul is all about.
Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with MINKE (real name: Leah Mason) via Skype to discuss how she’s shaping her career into reflecting who she is, rather than who she thinks she needs to be.
On this episode of the podcast, Ezra talks to Ken Grand-Pierre about his experiences creating and touring Transangelic Exodus, and why he holds his communities so close to his heart.
On this episode of the podcast, Tor speaks candidly with Ken Grand-Pierre about how he ended up making art out of a difficult time.
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