Interview: Swervedriver’s Adam Franklin

Of all the 90s alternative music that graced my various stereos, from populist band Nirvana to influential shoegaze act My Bloody Valentine, perhaps the one that resonated the most with me was a band from Oxford, England called Swervedriver.  Their unique sound took elements of the shoegaze movement coming out of the UK at the … Continue reading Interview: Swervedriver’s Adam Franklin