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An Interview with Emerging Artist Oriel Poole
If you have yet to hear of the "electro-soul siren" Oriel Poole, you're in for a treat. Based in Los Angeles, California, Poole is carving a niche all her own with music that blends R&B, synth-pop, and electronica. She's primarily self-taught, and that comes through in her music in the best way possible. It's passionate, authentic, and unafraid to challenge the norms set up by the music industry.
Interview with LA-Based Punk Band Tarah Who?
Tarah G. Carpenter started this project as a solo artist in Los Angeles. A musical dynamo, Tarah's a songwriter with a harmonic voice and a three-fold mastery over drums, bass and guitar; all that, and a beautiful personality to match, as proven by the below exchange. Turning to the other members, Matthew Peltcher is the bass player and does backup vocals and Coralie Hervé plays the drums. Across all metrics, this trio is loud, unique, and extra-ordinarily talented.
Interview with Freddy Spera of Crejuvent, the One-Man Extreme Metal Band
Federico ‘Freddy’ Spera, of the one-man band Crejuvent, applies his idiosyncratic style to everything he touches; his distinctive, humorous and carefree disposition is obvious from the outset, both inside and outside of the music he makes. To say the least, Spera is not exactly what somebody might expect from a founder of an extreme death metal band. He started playing the bass when he was a teenager, and his early interest and persistence with the instrument made him a certified expert.
Interview With Alt Indie Rock Band Plastic Barricades
What is this music about?As Plastic Barricades frontman Dan Kert explains it, so is the existential question that underlies each and every song the band creates. Based in North London, the alternative indie rock band comprises Kert on the guitar, keyboards, and vocals, Daniele Borgato on the bass guitar and Frazer James Webster on the drums.
Interview with Dutch Singer-Songwriter Alice France
Alice France is one of the newest girls to infiltrate the R&B and pop music scenes — and has since only continued to impress. She’s the kind of music artist that really puts herself into her music, and it’s clear as day when you hear her tracks. Perhaps that’s why everyone who hears her music wants to listen to it again and again.
Interview with Electro-Folk Artist Sula Mae
Sula Mae is no stranger to the stage, though not for the reasons you might think. This beautiful British blonde was practically born into the music world; she attended her first rave at just three-weeks old and her first rock 'n roll festival shortly after. This is all to be expected of a child born to a techno-head father and a rock singer mother.
Interview with Electronic Music Producer and Artist Serge Bulat
Serge Bulat, who hails from Moldova, is new to the New York music scene, but his artistry has not gone unnoticed. His debut effort, the 2016 audio visual project titled "Queuelbum," garnered critical acclaim and earned Serge his first award – an Independent Music Award for Best Electronic Album of 2016.
Interview with Singer-Songwriter Mila Falls
While gracing stages and music festivals all across the world with iconic rockstars, Mila Fall's melody, lyrics, and inspiration were just waiting to be unleashed. She's had tour slots alongside the likes of Jason Derulo and Jess Glynne, and performed sets supporting Ringo Starr and Van Morrison. As a self-taught guitarist, music producer, and keys player, Mila Falls is amply prepared for the spotlight, and has proven as much with the recent release of her latest single.