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Historian Floats Toward Space Rock Majesty on “Spiral Again”

Chris Karman, the cosmic wizard behind the deliciously spacey Historian, ponders if he just may be a dying breed. One of the standout songs on his recent release, Spiral Again, “Dying Breed” represents a curiously removed deep dive into personal… Continue Reading →

Polluted: The Grace Attalie Interview

Grace Attalie comes at you sideways with a classic smoky jazz torch singer vibe free and clear of the modern sound trappings that often dilute this particular genre in the present. Wind chimes? Check. Gently galloping bass? Check. Timpani rolls?… Continue Reading →

“It’s Art, No Rules”: The Buenos Diaz Interview

Buenos Diaz is genre fluid. Cue up any song in his growing discography, listen, then cue up another, and it’s bound to be noticeably different in genre and tone. He possesses a perfect “Fabrizio-circa-Room On Fire” afro, which he tends… Continue Reading →

The Eli Raybon Interview: “Posting on social media goes against every atom in my body.”

Eli Raybon seems to exist in a parallel realm where the Discman still reigns supreme, only each portable CD player is bumping nothing but Thomas Dolby, Echo & The Bunnymen and pop-era Cure into everyone’s earholes 24/7. All of which… Continue Reading →

The Scott Sharrard Interview: On Muscle Shoals, Classic Gibsons, and Mourning The Allman Brothers

Watching  a mesmerizing guitar player and riveting lyricist like Scott Sharrard feels like a master glass in guitar driven blues and rock. Scott creates music that is deeply emotive and personal. His latest offering, Saving Grace, resonates deeply. The album, released in 2018,… Continue Reading →

“Not Everyone Should Have A Platform” An Interview With John Brodeur Of Bird Streets

A gem of an album It was the art design on the orange cover that spoke to me. Yes I did judge a book by the cover and am glad I picked it out of a crowd of other needy… Continue Reading →

Fender Precisions and Go Go Boots: The Carol Kaye Interview

“I got tired of playing that dinky rock n roll. Then they put a bass in my lap and, well…..” And off she went. One of the most prolific sessions musicians of all time, Carol Kaye has very for contenders… Continue Reading →

Cheap Karma & Thriftstore Suits: The Aaron Lee Tasjan Interview

Aaron Lee Tasjan oozes cool with his unique fashion sense and lyrical and guitar playing style. He dons 60s style psychedelic -looking round sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. He rules the stage as a bespoke gentleman wildly wielding his red, custom… Continue Reading →

Straight Outta’ Epping Forest: The Trent Halliday Interview

Trent Halliday just drips sophistication. Coming straight outta’ Epping Forest, a place that “straddles the border between Greater London and Essex” (perk up those ears, English folk enthusiasts), his music is littered with with cinematic avant garde nuggets. Trent works… Continue Reading →

“One Of Us Has Been To Thom York’s House”: The Portrayal Interview

Portrayal is a completely underrated band, dreamy but with a serrated edge hidden just beneath the lush surface. The duo, Rob Tranter on Guitars, Bass, Synths etc and Joe Crook holding down Vocals, Lyrics, Guitars, hails from Shrewsbury UK and… Continue Reading →

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