Rob Lundberg delivers his second Uncontaminated Sound edition for 2022; he’s joined for his monumental 50th episode by YouTube megastar Alpharad, or as the music community knows him, Ace of Hearts.
Rising r&b star XEINN talks about the support of his family, his fascination with human nature and his debut album ‘Pride of the Weak.’
Toronto area hard rock band Motion Device have masterfully utilized crowdfunding and Kickstarter to fund three studio albums, with a fourth on the way soon. In a special guest blog, the band details their lengthy history effectively using crowdfunding to create a loyal fanbase.
The multi-platinum, four-brother rock band known as Kongos recently released a four-hour documentary series of their lives on the road on YouTube and Amazon Prime; we spoke with bassist Dylan Kongo and got into the nitty-gritty details of the shooting process.
Enzo Mazza, Head of the Italian music industry group FIMI, says it’s the ‘freemium’ plans that are killing the music industry.
Meet The HU, the pioneers of Hunnu Rock! We caught up with the YouTube sensation in an exclusive interview to find out more about the throat-singing quartet’s musical influences, debut album The Gereg, tour dates, and more!
My real beef with the state of reality TV shows today (especially Keeping up with the Kardashians) is it does not convey our current reality, but it is definitely trying to shape it into something ugly. It’s saying “Hey, we talk shit to each other in our family every day, but we look great doing it, and we resolve our issues in 30 minutes, so nothing here is really wrong.”
Epic Meal Time co-creator Harley Morenstein spoke to us about “Pizza In A Bag”, his transition from teacher to accidental chef, Action Bronson, The Beastie Boys, and productivity.
Aisles take aim at the “Shallow and Daft” entertainment industry with an in-studio playthrough of their catchy prog rock.
Distinguishing themselves from the masses is extremely important for all musicians trying to make their mark on YouTube.
Thrash Metal outfit Havok have unleashed another new track off their upcoming record, Conformicide, which will be released on March 10th, 2017 via Century Media Records.
New England punk rock band Four Year Strong are getting into the Christmas spirit by releasing a cover of “Somewhere In My Memory” from the 1990 classic holiday movie Home Alone.
Singer-songwriter and State Champs bassist Ryan Scott Graham’s solo indie-rock project Speak Low If You Speak Love has debuted a new cover of Jimmy Eat World’s coveted song “Kill”.