An Interview with Martin Barre, Formerly of Jethro Tull

In the late ’60s, Jethro Tull was a burgeoning talent shooting to the top of a bustling British rock scene.

An Interview with Duncan Mackay of Fluance and Formerly of 10cc & Cockney Rebel

Not only does Mackay’s story incorporate that of the “three musicians,” but he also moved to become an accomplished composer, delving into library music and soundtracking.

An Interview with David Ellefson of The Lucid and Formerly of Megadeth

Nestled in a hotbed that was the LA music scene, it wasn’t long before Ellefson struck a proverbial chord centered around meeting once discarded Metallica alum Dave Mustaine, and subsequently co-founding seminal thrash band, Megadeth. As a scene mainstay, Ellefson influenced both rock music and bass players alike with his work in and out of Megadeth.

Rebelmatic Begins Exciting New Chapter with Mourning Dove

Many bands hit a creative high that easily be pointed to in their careers. Brooklyn Punk outfit Rebelmatic appears to be on an upward trajectory that there is no coming down from. After the masterpiece that was Ghost in the Shadows, a follow-up was eagerly desired. However, it begged the question, how could they top that release? The answer? A project that tops anything they have done before. The Mourning Dove EP.

An Interview with Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull

It is hard to mention the Prog Rock scene, which started in the late 60s to early 70s, without mentioning Jethro Tull. Not only is Jethro Tull an iconic genre-defining band, but they have an unmistakable sound. If a song of theirs graces your ears, it’s not long before you realize you’re listening to Tull. Behind it, after all these years is founder, primary songwriter, frontman, flutist, and multi-instrumentalist, Ian Anderson.

An Interview with Biff Byford of Saxon

Saxon is one of the hardest-working bands in the genre, never going more than three years without an album. Not only has the band been prolific, but they are currently making some of the strongest music of their career. Their newest offering, Carpe Diem, is no exception. Behind all things Saxon, is founding member, and electric frontman, Biff Byford.

An Interview with Ian “Knox” Carnochan of The Vibrators

During the original UK Punk movement, many bands came out of the woodwork. One of the more iconic bands was The Vibrators. One of the driving forces behind The Vibrators is talented vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist, Knox. Knox is one of the hardest working guys in Punk, playing with countless groups and working on numerous projects.

An Interview with Dooley-O

The golden era of Hip-Hop spawned a myriad of great MCs, DJs, producers, and groups. Unfortunately, when the Hip-Hop scene exploded many talented artists never received the exposure they deserved. One such case and point is Hip Hop veteran Dooley-O.

An Interview with Josh Caterer of The Smoking Popes

If you don’t know Josh Caterer yet, now is the time to familiarize yourself with him. Not only is he a top-notch songwriter and musician, but he is a founder of the illustrious Pop Punk band, The Smoking Popes. On top of that, Josh has started a solo career that has led to a couple of amazing live albums.

An Interview with Mark Dover of Imani Winds & Port Mande

Some people have a one-dimensional way of looking at music and how instrumentation is used. Some seek to dismantle this way of thinking. Accomplished musician Mark Dover is one such dismantler.
His work in countless genres with countless groups has shown how he has tried to challenge the way we look at music and his instrument, the clarinet.

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