Interview – Fields of Violet

Fields of Violet is a rock music project by composer and producer, Rafael Katigbak featuring performances by musicians from all over the globe. How would you describe your music? It is generally rock but ...

Interview – Go Gracious

How would you describe your music? Dee: Okay! Listen up? Bruce Springsteen is lonely. An American immigration issue screwed him into being forced to grow up in Dagenham. Same industry town; vastly different ...

Interview – The Lotus

How would you describe your music? Hello everyone, and thanks for interviewing us! Well, we struggled a lot (and still struggling, tbh) to find a definition of our sound. Not because we needed to clarify tha...

Interview – Dark Rain

Dark Rain are a rock band from Brunswick, Maine How would you describe your music? Bill:Great mood enhancer, rocking beats Kelleigh:"Based on true events" Tell us about how the history of the band? ...

Interview – Hail The Hatter

Hail the Hatter is a TRinidad Rock & Roll band dedicated to bringing the fun back to Rock music! How would you describe your music? Our music was born after an intense orgy between Black Label Society...

Interview – The Sourheads

  How would you describe your music? We are a classic rock band with loud guitars and great energetic live performances. We combine different forms of rock music and mould it into our own. Tell us...
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Judas Priest – Fire Power

Judas Priest are a band that need little introduction, they are one of the finest of British metal bands of all time and have inspired generations of metal heads throughout the decades. Classic albums like ‘Bri...

Interview – Our Time Is Now

Our Time Is Now are a Pop Punk/Post-Hardcore band from Norwich, who recently did an interview for us. How would you describe your music? We like to think our music is a mixture of the catchy nature of ban...

Interview – Creature Of Habit

Tell us about the history of the band? In late 2015, It started with myself and a friend playing Biffy Clyro covers in my garage, there’s a cliché if you’ve ever heard one. It’s the truth though! It didn’t l...