Interview – Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising singer Scott Lathwood; describes their music as a hybrid of Nu Metal Rap Rock, EDM and Alternative Rock. It can go from super heavy to super melodic in seconds. Here is an interview he did for me...

Interview – Race To Neptune

Influenced by a notion of natures, colorful sounds throughout time, the fiercely beautiful, and ambiguously poetic words and noise, Race to Neptune radiate powerfully delicate dynamics with evocative vocal melo...

Interview – Voksal

Voksal are a London-based four piece that began in the Spring of 2013, with a mission to create catchy music that would please both themselves and any listeners who may bare witness to them live. Shaped in t...

Interview – Dario Distasi

How would you describe your music? Firstly, thank you very much for this interview! It's a great opportunity for an independent musician! Back to your question... I guess my music is evocative: I love tak...

Interview – Every Hour Kills

Every Hour Kills are about to release their new EP titled 'Fragile Machine' on July 6th, 2018, it explores the questions of what comes next in human evolution. What does it mean to be a human, if consciousness ...
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Juno Reactor – The Mutant Theatre

To most electronic music fans and film buffs, if you mention Brighton's own Juno Reactor, the response will generally be something along the lines of “oh yeah, those guys who made the music for The Matrix Reloa...
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Seething Akira- Sleepy Skeletor

Making a musical mismatch dream of tectonic electronic beats and pulsating industrial metalcore, Portsmouths Seething Akira sound exactly like their name suggests: fucking mental. Running in the underground for...

Interview – Molly Grue

Molly Grue is a side project of Krista Acheson, an eclectic singer-songwriter and visual artist, currently based in Edmonton, Alberta. How would you describe your music? In a word: gloomy. Lyrically, the ...