Simply put, he’s a survivor — a legacy artist — a patriarch of the old school pop-punk scene. Back…
Legendary song-writer Neil Young takes an interesting journey on his latest work. See what our reviewer thought here…
We spoke at length with solo artist Daniel Hernandez about his musical project (DH Project), debut EP The Resurrection, and writing process.
Chelsea Wolfe has returned with her fourth full length album, Abyss, out August 7th and you can hear the first single inside.
By Vanessa Markov http://jarekhardy.com/ Best known as a vocalist/guitarist in the beloved (and now veteran) ska-pop-punk-party band The Johnstones,…
“When people notice that I pay a lot of attention to melody and they come up to me and they tell me ‘Oh, I love your sense of melody’, that’s usually what I like to hear. I like to hear that a lot more than ‘Oh, you play such fast arpeggios.'”
Godsmack frontman, Sully Erna, took a left turn from the world of heavy metal in 2010 releasing his first solo album, Avalon; a disc with music inspired by renowned world fusion artist, Dead Can Dance.
Chris Connelly has premiered “Wait For Amateur”, the first track from his forthcoming new solo album ‘Artificial Madness’, at this location. ‘Artificial Madness’ will see a Nov. 8th release date via Relapse Records.
Producer, songwriter and musician Jim Greer spoke with me recently about his newest release, Ginger Vision. For many years now Greer has been part of the producer/artist team known as The Rondo Brothers and has lent his talent to a many different projects (he’s been involved with over 70 records to date). He was the lead writer of Galactic’s “Heart of Steel”, sung by Irma Thomas and listed by NY Times’ as one of the “Top Ten Songs of 2010”.
He’s just really getting started and already Noah Francis has had quite the career. Not only is Noah becoming a very accomplished rock solo artist, but he’s also managed to excel in life at boxing and break dancing. From the UK, Noah’s music combines elements of rock and hip hop which is why he’s been referred to as “the urban rocker.” Raised in a musically oriented family, Noah grew up travelling on the road with his father where he was shown the ropes of what it takes to make it in the industry.