Miami Nights 1984, aka Michael Glover, is one of the pioneers of the current Synthwave scene. Early Summer and Turbulence are classics of the scene. His nostalgically lo-fi synth soundscapes are perfect for vibing out on your next late-night drive.
They always say you should shop local. You know…keep the corporate machine at bay. Well, the same goes for your local bands too. So, when I had the chance to interview one of NYC’s premier cover bands in Screaming Broccolli, I took it.
I’ve got Ian Taylor with us today. We talk about his early days out in the des, how he came to love Punk, end up buddies with Nick Oliveri and eventually take his well-deserved place within the legendary Punk Rock outfit, the Adolescents.
I’ve got an interview with Scott Devendorf for you all to enjoy today. We cover Scott’s early musical origins, LNZNDRF’s new record II, the early days of The National, the recording of I Am Easy To Find, some of Scott’s favorite music, and much more.
Moon Taxi is an American Indie Rock band from Tennesee that has been around for around thirteen years. Today, I’ve got the band’s drummer, Tyler Ritter, with us for a chat.
Leftöver Crack was also the last concert I went to before the pandemic shut live music down as we know it. It seems like everyone that loves music has their final show stuck with them in their brain. At least, I know I have.
Micah Sheveloff was gracious enough to send us a copy of his LP Rockville, and it’s a wonderful easy listening composition of songs that range from melancholic realizations to songs about hopefulness and happiness for the future.
Punk Rock is a genre that can cover all sorts of topics and current events, especially politics, current events, and pretty much whatever else. No doubt these past few years have given artists enough material to go around that we’re most likely to see a lot of musical fallout for years to come, and The Desperate Mind is one of them.
After four decades in the Rock game, Mick Sweda isn’t quite done just yet. So, if you’re into howling guitars and good old-fashioned Rock, this one is for you.
Against the backdrop of a universally difficult 2020, songwriter John Smith found himself facing personal and unrelenting change. With his touring schedule of two hundred days a year suddenly on indefinite hiatus, for the first time, John was home.