Joining us today for our latest Stereo Six feature is Noah Riley Teal who runs down six classic records that really played a large role in influencing him in the writing and recording of his self-titled debut.
Calista Garcia joins us for a Stereo Six feature in which she offers up the albums that have been overwhelmingly influential for her as an artist, and her new album, ‘Confession.’
Taylor Grey joins us for a Stereo Six feature wherein she runs down six of her favourite, most influential albums and songs that have profoundly affected her.
With such a striking, distinct sound, HamaSaari, supporting their album ‘Ineffable’ (Klonosphere Records), joins us for a Stereo Six feature discussing some of the songs and albums that inspire their music.
Australian and Japanese metalcore group, Seiran join us for a Stereo Six session counting down some of their most cherished records.
To better understand their sound, Dammit Goldie join us for a Stereo Six feature to run down six albums that played a prominent role in shaping their sound.
Kids That Fly join us for a Stereo Six feature wherein the band discusses albums that had a very significant influence on the writing and recording of their EP, ‘Tracks of the High Line.’
In our newest Stereo Six feature, Isaac Watters details records influential to him in writing and recording his forthcoming EP, ‘Extended Play 001,’ out via hi-res records.
Sean Sroka of Toronto band Ten Kills the Pack runs down the most pivotal records that helped him to compose ‘Thank You For Trying.’
Me Like Bees joins us for a Stereo Six feature, running down six of their favourite albums/songs that influenced their new album ‘Disco Two Step’ (Honey Pit).
With Fragments of Sorrow starting to catch on in a big way, we caught up with the modern metalcore band for a Stereo Six feature in which they run down six songs that have been highly influential to them.
BRYMIR lead singer Viktor Storm Gullichsen joins us for a Stereo Six, in which he outlines six essential albums that were inspirational when writing/recording the new record, ‘Voices In The Sky.’
To get to know TheFatRat better, he joins us for a Stereo Six feature in which he serves up some of his favourite all-time songs, which, as expected, come from a wide range of different genres and styles.