We’ve arrived at episode 44 of the Uncontaminated Sound series, and it’s perhaps host Robert Lundberg’s most noteworthy conversation yet; chart-topping, Billboard and Emmy-nominated pianist, composer, and arranger, Arthur Hanlon.
Swiss composer Nelson Beer continues to push the boundaries of the genre as you can hear on our premiere of new track ‘And The Thunder’.
Featuring musician Aaron Emmanuel of Glass Mannequins, filmmaker and photographer Robert Lundberg has revealed the second episode of his documentary series, Uncontaminated Sound – The Interviews, taking you behind-the-scenes of the artist’s creative process.
Canadian cellist and composer Raphael Weinroth-Browne (known for his work with The Visit, Musk Ox, and Kamancello) continues to…
Gibson’s “Behind the Board” series takes an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at some of the greatest music of our time…
In a special and exclusive guest blog, musician Josh Kramon offers a special behind-the-scenes feature on the writing and recording of his new We Are Strangers EP, along with an inside look at three of the EP’s key tracks.
Joe Satriani’s What Happens Next is like one humongous acid trip from the 80s, transporting the listener into a universe of Satriani’s delectable guitar solos and otherworldly talent.
Comprising an eclectic mix of musicians from Dallas and NYC and playing a tasty fusion of jazz, funk, rock and more, Snarky Puppy is the next big thing to look out for. Their live performance in DC was one of the best shows I’ve ever attended, striking a perfect balance between pure musical virtuosity and raw melodic simplicity that hit home. Recently I also had the opportunity to talk with Michael League, the main man behind the group. We canvassed topics such as what goes on behind the scenes, people’s reception to their music, and generally what Snarky Puppy is all about – being a band with a purpose.
Flavio Monopoli spoke with me recently about the new projects he is currently working on. Monopoli is a multi-talented musician, producer and arranger who resides in Toronto, Canada. His latest projects include a new CD with ex-Gruesomes guitarist Gerry Alvarez entitled Omega Tea Time, work with Canadian Tenor Derrick Paul Miller, and a new show based on the ‘80s entitled ‘The 80s Hit Parade’. Here is what Monopoli had to say about his many different projects and more.