Category: INTERVIEWS

  • Interview: Jerry A. Lang of Poison Idea

    Interview: Jerry A. Lang of Poison Idea

    Poison Idea is, hands down, one of the best bands to walk the hardcore punk scene. Their aggressive, fast, nihilistic approach to hardcore music inspired and still inspires bands over the globe. Recently, I heard about Black Heart Fades Blue, Jerry A. Lang’s memoirs separated into three volumes. Therefore, I sat with the legendary frontman […]

  • Interview: No Fun At All

    Interview: No Fun At All

    Legendary Swedish melodic punk rock group No Fun At All will release their brand new album, Seventh Wave, on October 14th via SBÄM Records. I sat down with Mikael, a guitar player in the band, and talked about their new material, older recordings, songwriting, touring, pandemic, and many other topics. Enjoy. Thank you so much […]

  • Interview: Nocturnal Issues

    Interview: Nocturnal Issues

    Nocturnal Issues returns with the “Answer“, the latest single that promotes “After The Debauchery“. I spoke with this exceptional artist about the new track, writing and composing process, filmmaking, inspiration, etc. Enjoy! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer these questions. How have you been? Vibing Can you please share the story […]

  • Interview: Richard Orofino

    Interview: Richard Orofino

    Brooklyn singer-songwriter and producer Richard Orofino recently released a new single named Superstar. We spoke with Richard about his new single, inspiration, songwriting/composing routine, gigs, etc. When did you realize that your project/band had the potential to be a career or long-lasting idea?  There never was really a moment of realization, but people reaching out […]

  • Interview: Pollen

    Interview: Pollen

    Pollen was a power pop band originally hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but later becoming a mainstay of Arizona’s music scene when they relocated to Mesa, Arizona in 1995. They released four albums and two split records over their eight years together, including 1997’s ‘Peach Tree’ on Wind-up Records and 2000’s ‘Chip’ on Fueled By Ramen. Over the years, Pollen […]

  • Interview: Scott Reynolds Of ALL / The Pavers / Goodbye Harry

    Interview: Scott Reynolds Of ALL / The Pavers / Goodbye Harry

    Thousand Island Records will be releasing a vinyl version of Chihuahua In Buffalo by the almighty Scott Reynolds. I caught up the opportunity to chat with Scott about the album, his songwriting/composing process, recording with Bill Stevenson in the legendary The Blasting Room, possible ALL gigs, and other fun stuff. Enjoy! Thank you so much […]

  • Interview: Venerea

    Interview: Venerea

    It’s impossible to start a conversation about Swedish melodic punk rock without mentioning Venerea. These guys are going strong for more than three decades and have plenty of excellent albums in their catalog. They recently released Summer Of ’94 and A Case Of Corona, two rad singles that announce their upcoming full-length album named Euro […]

  • Interview: Luna Kiss

    Interview: Luna Kiss

    Luna Kiss is an Alternative Rock band from the City of Coventry, UK. We had a chance to catch up and talk with them about the band’s songwriting processes, work routine, favorite memories from live shows, etc. Enjoy! When did you realize that your project/band had the potential to be a career or long-lasting idea? […]

  • Interview: The Missing Frets

    Interview: The Missing Frets

    When did you realize that your project/band had the potential to be a career or long-lasting idea? Well, I think all ideas have a chance to be a long-lasting career or venture. I think The Missing Frets became a reality since the strong aspect of the band is the duo of myself and Bindu.  When […]

  • Interview: Tarah Who?

    Interview: Tarah Who?

    Tarah Who? is a power duo masterminded by grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter, a firebrand frontwoman who channels explosive emotionality into rousing anthems. When did you realise that your project/band had the potential to be a career, or long-lasting idea? TGC: I am not really sure.. I started playing music and this was my escape as a teenager. It […]

  • Interview: Radio Aftermath

    Interview: Radio Aftermath

    When did you realise that your project/band had the potential to be a career, or long-lasting idea? Chris (vocals/guitar): I still haven’t realised that! But I’ll keep you posted! When did the first glimpses of your latest release come together? Chris: Our latest release ‘Cup of Coffee in the Big Time’ started out as demo […]

  • Interview: MOTE

    Interview: MOTE

    MOTE is an American artist, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from Nashville, Tennessee, who recently released a brand new single Industrial Love. We spoke with MOTE about his beginnings, writing/recording process, and many other things. When did you realise that your project/band had the potential to be a career, or long-lasting idea? I’ve been working in […]