ilovethethirdman: The Kills at BBC Radio 1 - You...
Reunited, and It Feels So Good (The Kills - NY...
halfofus: In some circles, Jamie Hince is perhaps best known as the man engaged to Kate Moss. To fans of the Kills, there is only one woman in his life: Alison Mosshart, his musical other half. But much to those fans’ dismay, Mosshart left Hince in early 2009—not long after the band released their third album, Midnight Boom—for another indie rocker, Jack White. It’s not what you’re probably...
london-hates-you: DELEÓN ROCK LOUNGE PRESENTS THE KILLS LIVE “FUTURE STARTS SLOW”
Alison Mosshart Has 'Challenging' Time Balancing... →
With the Kills and the Dead Weather on her resume, Alison Mosshart is one of today’s most in-demand rock frontwomen. Still, she admits that being part of two bands got a little difficult when the Kills started working on their fourth album, ‘Blood Pressures,’ while she was on the road with the Dead Weather. “It felt a little bit tricky,” Mosshart tells Spinner....
Alison discussing the future on NewNowNext from 2008
Alison on fame on NewNowNext from 2009
Alison on songwriting on NewNowNext from 2009
Alison discussing her influences on NewNowNext from 2009
Alison discussing Black Balloon on NewNowNext from 2009
Alison on NewNowNext from 2009
Old The Kills Interview from 2005 with Free... →
Volvo wants them, but The Kills aren’t interested. They’re more concerned about being confused with The Thrills or The Killers than cashing in. This minimalist indie duo are not here to resurrect Robert Johnson or Charlie Patton. There’s no agenda to save ROCK. No, the Kills are camped out in the Chelsea Hotel to promote their new record, chain smoke some cigarettes, and work on their other...
Listen to the The Kills Live on KUT Acoustic set... →
Jamie Hince of The Kills is obsessed with tension. Between playing three stripped-down cuts from the band’s upcoming album on Austin’s KUT, Hince explained his penchant for playing songs just a bit faster or slower than their natural tempo. He likes letting them sit, unchanging, at a constant pace, seemingly building towards some release that never comes. While many bands would ...