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Nice interview with DOM MARIANI (Datura4, Dm3) in BLURT

THE MAN WITH THE POPSIDED GUITAR: Dom Mariani Australian power pop legend discusses his three decades-plus career, current favorite bands, his desert island discs, and more. BY TIM HINELY READ IT HERE

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Interview with SULFUR CITY vocalist Lori Paradis

On stage with Sulfur City, the vocalist, whose style has drawn comparisons to that of such female rock luminaries as Patti Smith and Janis Joplin, is in her natural habitat leading her four male bandmates, clutching a microphone, belting out the band’s signature blues-rock sound while often brandishing an electric washboard aptly christened Woogie Board. […]

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The BONNEVILLES interviewed for COLOR IS ITS OWN REWARD

– The new album, “Arrow Pierce My Heart”, has a raw urgency that feels as indebted to punk as the blues…can you tell me about its genesis and recording? – Yeah, that’s a fair statement. Our Punk esthetic comes from the Northern Irish Punk thing and the Detroit garage Punk thing. Also, we just don’t […]

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DIRTY STREETS’ interview with the Memphis Flyer

For the past eight years, Dirty Streets have been carving out a niche as one of the most reliable rock bands in Memphis. Once again working with Alive Naturalsound records and Matt Qualls (the Memphis engineer who worked at Ardent in addition to running Brass Tacks Audio), Dirty Streets have honed their James Gang-meet-Blue Cheer […]

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DIRTY STREETS Interview: Justin Toland

Memphis trio Diry Streets have just released their new album White Horse. Blues Rock Review caught up with frontman Justin Toland to talk about the album and more. READ THE INTERVIEW ON THE BLUES ROCK REVIEW SITE

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GLACIALLY MUSICAL interview with FREDDY J IV of LEFT LANE CRUISER

I think it’s common in America to say that you’re a fan of the blues, but how many people really are? A friend of mine once told me all of his favorite bluesmen have died. Well, allow me to formally introduce you to Freddy J IV of the psychobilly blues band, Left Lane Cruiser. READ […]

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BLACK BULL BLUESBLOG : John The Conqueror a Mixture of Modern Blues

Not only the name of three piece band John The Conqueror refers to the roots of blues, also the groove and songs of this Philadelphia based band will remind you of the likes of Otis Reading and Muddy Waters. It is the John The Conqueror Bourbon-mix of roots music from Soul to Rock ‘n Roll, […]

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Country Fried Rock (POPMATTERS) : Andy Gabbard Interview (Buffalo Killers)

Buffalo Killers’ songwriter Andy Gabbard debuts his solo album, Fluff, which is anything but that. Andy Gabbard‘s debut solo album, Fluff, definitely does not live up to its title. This trippy-tinged collection of tunes brings fuzzy pop sense to Gabbard’s writings that do not fit the Buffalo Killers’ vibe. Fluff is not “trouble in paradise”; […]

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