Indie Music Interviews: Kira Roessler of Dos


Indie Music Interviews: Kira Roessler of Dos It has been 15 years, since Kira Roessler and Mike Watt’s two-bass tag team Dos have released a full-length album. The last installment in the Dos discography was in 1996, with their third full-length release on Kill Rock Stars, entitled Justamente Tres. Both bass players lead very busy lives outside of Dos, amidst ...

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Indie Music Interviews: The Blackfire Revelation

blackfire revelation

Indie Music Interviews: The Blackfire Revelation The overwhelming climate of New Orleans during the summer months can, at times, bring about near out-of-body tortures. The heat is nearly inescapable even through the winter months. Strange and merciless weather like this can only be expected from a city underwater. The weather in every characteristic composes itself through those that walk the ...

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Indie Music Interviews: Jeff Mosier of The Mosier Brothers

Mosier Brothers

Indie Music Interviews: Jeff Mosier of The Mosier Brothers There are few musicians out there who embody their style of music more than Jeff Mosier.An original member of the legendary Aquarium Rescue Unit and founder of genre shattering Blueground Undergrass, the banjo player/songwriter has been playing live music for well over 20 years and has recently started a new band ...

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Indie Music Interviews: Don Fleming


Indie Music Interviews: Don Fleming  In the late 70s and early 80s, Washington D.C. was home to many now-historic music-icons later fueling the vehicles of popular independent music as we know it today. When we hear “D.C. Early 80s,” A few names come to mind: Dischord Records, Fugazi, Black Flag, etc. Amongst the punk and post-hardcore no-brainers, was a thriving ...

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Indie Music Interviews: Arrica Rose


Indie Music Interviews: Arrica Rose In July of this year, I was able to talk with Arrica Rose of Arrica Rose & The …’s. She was just about release her third full-length album, Let Alone Sea, on her label, pOprOck records. In our lengthy discussion, we talked about the preference of analog recording over digital, and why that changes the ...

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Up Close and Personal: Interview with Amos Lee


This interview was originally conducted on April 2, 2007 by Jebbica that was printed in Enigma Magazine. Philly native Amos Lee has often been described as being the “male Norah Jones.” And while his songs themselves sometimes come across as demure as a Jones tune, his voice possesses a strength and soulfulness that make it easy for him to transcend ...

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Indie Music Interviews: Prussia


We will be interviewing Detroit indie rockers Prussia tonight on our Gravy and Biscuits internet radio podcast at 6:30 pm EST. The interview will be conducted by Josh McRae. You can check it out live or anytime after that by clicking play on the widget below or by visiting our BlogTalkRadio page here. About Prussia: These Detroit boys have a ...

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Dean Ween: Full-Time Fisherman, Part-Time Rockstar


Dean Ween: Full-time Fisherman…Part-time Rock Star After touring and playing music for over 20 years, Ween co-founder and lead guitarist, Mickey Melchiondo (better known as his pseudonym Dean Ween), has traded in his guitar for a fishing rod, plastic guitar picks for live bait, and thousands of screaming fans for the peace and quiet of the open ocean. Although the ...

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