Bad Seed Rising discuss the band's origin and genre; their Warped Experience thus far; their favorite charities and/or non-profits; their new full-length album coming out at the end of the summer; and advice for young musicians starting out. [Continued]
Aaron Barrett and Matt Appleton of REEL BIG FISH discuss the band's evolution, the Warped Tour, their upcoming holiday ska vinyl album "Happy Skalidays", charities they favor, and advice for bands starting out in music business. [Continued]
Taylor Perkins of BLEEKER discusses the origin of the band and its name; the band’s experience during the current tour, including the difference between Canada and America; the unbearable sun and heat in Florida; the band’s songwriting process and classic rock influences; analysis of certain songs from the new EP; and the story behind the ballad “I’m Not Laughing Now” (hint** it involves a bathtub and a cereal box). Very funny and interesting stuff! [Continued]
John Taylor and Simon Mitchell of Young Guns discuss their experience of touring in America; their new album Echoes, which will be released in September; their favorite charities, including their love of rescue dogs; and advice for bands starting out in music. [Continued]
Gary Hoey discusses guitar playing tips for the novice; his career and love for twisting the classics into metal versions; and analysis of each song on the upcoming album Dust and Bones, which includes a duet with Lita Ford. This interview is a must listen for all blues-rock fans! [Continued]
David Lines of A Devils Din discusses the "new" psychedelic rock music genre; the band’s history and line-up; analysis of each song on the CD Skylight; and the Fall tour in the UK. This interview is a must listen for all psych rock, stoner rock, and prog rock fans!
The Rubens discuss their experience growing up in a small town (population 500) just outside of Sydney; how the band got together; the experience of having brothers in a band; some of the famous Australian bands who made it big and the distorted view of Australian music; electronic dance music in today's world; and their future plans, which they hope will be another trip to the UK in the Fall. [Continued]
Sam Brittain discusses the inspiration for writing his new album "Signal Lights", life on the road, his upcoming tour, his rock roots, the Tram Sessions, and the new single "Stab in the Dark". [Continued]