Mike Watt Talks Minutemen, Firehose, and Surviving the Modern-Day Punk Scene

In this all-encompassing head-to-head chat with prolific bassist, vocalist, and songwriter we talk about his multi-faceted career and the time he had with childhood friend and co-founder/vocalist/guitarist D. Boon and beyond.

An Interview with Jack McEwan of the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Recently, we caught up with Jack McEwan of the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets. Among other things, we touch on how the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets are kicking off 2022, the band’s stunning new record, and a whole lot more.

An Interview With Kofi Baker of The Music of Cream

What do you do when your father is the drummer of a band which pioneered an entire genre for decades to come, and who spawned countless artists to follow? You carry on that legacy is what you do.

An interview with Guy Fletcher of Dire Straits

Every megaband has its unsung heroes and every platinum album is greater than the sum of its parts. While many know Mark Knopfler, the guitar virtuoso, and de facto leader of Dire Straits, many aren’t aware of the rest of the bands’ important contributions. Enter Guy Fletcher.

An interview with Jeff Baddley of Troyen

After being away for thirty-two years, Troyen is back and better than ever. In this interview, Jeff talks with us about the formation of the Troyen, the members that have come and gone, their touring and recording cycles, and everything in between.

An interview with John Illsley of Dire Straits

While Dire Straits may have laid down the proverbial gamut for FM Radio, and Mark Knopfler was given a lot of credit for that feat, it’s important to remember that as a founding member of the band, the ever-steady, John Illsley’s fingerprints are all over the music of Dire Straits, music which has come to define a generation of Rock music. John’s musicality and rhythmic interplay were integral to the success of the band in the late 70s, and 1980s.

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