As one of the preeminent guitarists amongst the ranks of “the new wave of classic rock,” Thunderpussy’s Whitney Petty stands tall and proud as a woman in a male-dominated field.
A lifetime of devouring ’80s hard rock and heavy metal has defined guitarist Sean Kelly’s swing, style, and swagger from day one.
Formed in the late ’80s ahead of the impending alt-rock music, the teenaged members of The Monixides found themselves early-comers to a soon-to-be burgeoning scene.
A sublime blend of blues, soul, funk, and rock, Malina Moye – perhaps better than anyone else – has mastered the art of genre-hopping six-string heroics.
Confessional words set a dreamy song scape is what comes to mind as Liz Cass’s The Words washes over listeners.
A rare combination of voracious energy meets reverence for past heroes; if one thing is certain, Brian Lisik and company are worth the price of admission.
Dope Lemon and I go way back. I’m talking “take her for a ride on a big jet plane” way back. If those lyrics ring a bell, then consider Dope Lemon less of a stranger and more of an old friend.
After making a name for herself in metal groups such as Burning Witches and Dead Venus, Switzerland’s own Seraina Telli has released her debut solo album, Simple Talk.
The Essex-born six-stringer runs through the many exploits of his varied career in this far-reaching interview.
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.