Personal print and audio interviews.
- villin on The Nasty Collective Podcast ()
March 2023 interview with Miguel of The Nasty Collective, discussing Iowa music and the value of celebrating local talent.
- Nekst Interview ()
Fairly Trill was born last summer, in classic entrepreneurial fashion. Marketers Michael Lovett and Chris DeLine realized they each had a series of skills the sum of which might be greater than the individual parts. “I’ve spent most of my professional life in a contorted game of Twister,” laughs Lovett. “One hand in music, one […]
- Demencha Interview ()
There’s a new record store in Westport. Or rather, there’s a record store in Westport. Since Streetside closed up shop a couple years ago, Westport has not housed a vinyl outlet or even a music store. Mills Record Company (MRC) looks to fill that void from its location in a former boutique next to Dave’s […]
- The Pitch Interview ()
If you pay even glancing attention to the movements of the music business, you’re by now familiar with at least a few narratives. Nobody buys CDs anymore. Everybody downloads music from the Internet, usually illegally. Record stores are dying. But also: Vinyl is resurgent! (Sales are up 17 percent over last year, when more new […]
- Midtown KC Post Interview ()
Many folks do a double take when they hear there’s a new record store in Westport. Aren’t vinyl records dead? Not really, according to the founders of Mills Record Company at 314 Westport Road. (It’s just next to Dave’s Stagecoach Inn, in the former Bon Bon Atelier space). “People want something tangible,” says Chris DeLine. […]
- The Deli Interview ()
We here at The Deli KC would like to welcome a new member to the Kansas City music community: Mills Record Company, who celebrates its soft opening today! I spoke with Chris DeLine (formerly head of the music blog Culture Bully in Minneapolis) a bit about the shop and what you can expect to find […]
- BandMo Interview ()
Introduce yourself to our readers. Who are you and what is your background? I’m a Canadian-born Nashvillian who loves hot chicken and beer, and for about seven years I ran shop at a music blog called Culture Bully. Having moved on from that project I’ve been contributing to a few websites here and there while […]
- Green Light Go Interview ()
Chris DeLine of Culture Bully makes you both laugh and really, really think about the world of online journalism and the serious impact it has on the way bands market themselves. But then he flips the fun switch on again when he says something totally out there (read question #8 for instance) that reminds us […]
- Hypebot Interview ()
Recently, I spoke with Chris DeLine, who is a writer and author of the music blog Culture Bully. In this interview, Chris shares his perspective on a number of big ideas, ranging from late-bloomers to the Hold Steady to the ten-thousand hour rule to the work of economist David Galenson, and back again. In recent […]
- In the Stream Interview ()
Interview segment from the October 23, 2009 edition of In the Stream with T.D. Mischke. Full episode available here.
- Jemsite Interview ()
What does it take to make it in the thriving jazz scene in New York or the indie hard rock scene of Seattle? Jemsite wants to find out! In a new series, we’ve set out to find the best reps across the country to will tell us just what it means to make it in […]
- Flak Radio ()
Podcast guest on the May 22, 2009 Gastro Non Grata edition of Flak Radio.
- How Was The Show/Minneapoliscast CD Reviews ()
How Was The Show/Minneapoliscast CD Reviews podcast originally published for May 5, 2009 by How Was The Show.
- Minneapoliscast with Muja Messiah ()
Minneapoliscast podcast recorded at Seabed Recording Studio in St. Paul, MN with Muja Messiah.
- Rift Magazine Interview ()
Starting a blog or website is a process and usually a tedious task of getting to know how web blog programs and the internet works. After you get that all figured out, then you have keep adding content and then get people to read that content. Chris DeLine has went through that process and his […]
- Minnesota Reads Interview ()
[Chris DeLine is] one of the men responsible for Culture Bully a very fine music blog based right here in Minnesota. One of the very coolest things about Culture Bully is their nobility. In October, the blog spent 60 hours raising money for Twin Cities Arts Education. It was awesome, featuring music premieres and artists’ […]
- WOXY.com’s The Futurist Interview ()
Interview on the March 24, 2008 episode of “The Blogger Hour” with host Joe Long. Playlist: 02:59 – Gnarls Barkley “Run”05:34 – Black Kids “Hurricane Jane”09:59 – Black Mountain “Queens Will Play”20:07 – Drive-By Truckers “Self Destructive Zones”24:12 – Cat Power “Metal Heart”27:59 – The Battle Royale “Shook Up”36:24 – Yeasayer “2080 (live on Late […]
- Detour Magazine Interview ()
“Releasing something unprecedented in the hip-hop game, a forty-five minute mix themed towards…runners…, releasing one of the genre’s most anticipated releases the year, None Shall Pass, and delivering a full-fledged tour with the likes of The Octopus Project and Rob Sonic in tow isn’t something that the normal MC just shakes out of his sleeve.” […]
- Catching Up With Alumnus Chris DeLine ()
Chris DeLine, 2006 alumnus, has been busy since graduating from BVU. Between being mentioned on VH1’s Best Week Ever website and writing for Esquire, DeLine has been developing his blog CultureBully.com. He started the blog while at BVU and since then has developed it into the blog it is today. The blog has begun to […]