Tegan and Sara on Their Grammy-Nominated DVD "Get Along"
Join WatchMojo.com as we sit down with Sara of Tegan and Sara to discuss their Grammy-nominated DVD "Get Along," as well as the band's loyal following and their favorite musicians to cover. (Hint: Rihanna does come up.)
Interview with Tegan and Sara: Origins and Influences
These twins walk the line between sad and happy, old and new. WatchMojo.com sits down with Sara of Tegan and Sara to discuss the duo's musical origins, and how the music they grew up with influences them (or not). We also chat about how they balance each other out as people and as musicians.
Tegan and Sara on the Album 'Heartthrob'
They walk the line between sad and happy, old and new. WatchMojo.com sits down with Sara Quin, of Tegan and Sara, to discuss the duo's album, "Heartthrob," as well as the concept behind their song "Closer." There may be Bon Jovi karaoke involved.
Best Music 2013: Tegan and Sara
Getting sisters Tegan and Sara Quin to reveal their favorite albums of 2013 to us proved to be a bit tricky, but not because they didn't want to take part in our year-end coverage. In fact, the Heartthrob pair chatted in the above video clip at length about their two respective picks. But it was that word "favorite" that had them sort of at odds.
2011 Women in Music Event
Go behind the scenes at ELLE’s Women In Music event. Meet Robyn backstage and hear exclusive interviews with Jordin Sparks, Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara, and Hayley Williams of Paramore.
Conrad Doucette on What a Musician Enjoys Most About His Job
In Chapter 3 of 19 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, musician Conrad Doucette answers "What Do You Enjoy Most About What You Do?" As a professional musician, Doucette compares playing music to getting a natural high or "runner's high." Playing music forces Doucette to face his own self, to engage his mind, and to receive the physical adrenaline, all of which electrify and inspire him and his work. Conrad Doucette is a Brooklyn musician and the drummer for Takka Takka.
Kaskade Second-Guessing Next Album After Grammy Nod
Kaskade didn't win the Best Dance/Electronica Album Grammy he was up for with his 2011 double-disc "Fire & Ice," but the nomination has the Chicagoland native and Utah-based DJ thinking about the album's follow-up already. Maybe thinking about it too much. Kaskade sits down with VIBE to discuss his phenomenal year, dance music's new recognition in the music world and what's next for him.