January 2007 :: Interviews
Is she jazz? Is she country? Is she alternative? Kyrby Raine attempts to solve the mystery that is singer/songwriter Brenda David and how Europe fell in love with her.
What's it like to be a human iPod? Kyrby Raine tracked down a troupe of rising stars in Boston that believes in the infinite possibilities of rock and roll.
With a downright Southern Americana vibe, Leroy Justice is a band that needs to be experienced to be understood. Brittany Sturges talks to two members of the band to try and get a better understanding of their style.
Victory Records has taken a chance on an experimental indie rock band that put out one of 2006's most exciting debuts. Moros Eros are going to blow up in 2007. Jen Cray spoke with lead singer/guitarist/lyricist, Zach Tipton, while he enjoyed what could very well be his last couple weeks of anonymity at home in Georgia.
New York's Night Kills The Day draw influence from bands like Depeche Mode, the Cure and Pink Floyd. Their debut full length release, The Study of Man... And the Developed Shadow, is set for a March 2007 release on Score Records. Jen Cray spoke with bassist Timothy Falzone about his band that appears to be sitting on the doorstep of success.
Andrew Ellis chats with singer-songwriter Peter Bradley Adams about his journey from classical musician and composer to the mainstream.
Brendan Harney, drummer with left-of-center Massachusetts band Wheat, tells Andrew Ellis why the band is happy making music independently again.