If nothing bizarre or funny happened in the course of creating and performing, I’d be bored out of my mind by now and probably would have moved on to other things. ~Ronley Teper Continue reading Ronley Teper on Surrealism and Collaboration
I remember my microphone picking up the voice of my friend from the audience, who shouted, “I love you Dana!” This was recorded by my loop pedal and repeated throughout the rest of the song, every four measures. It was possibly the most validating set I’ve ever played. ~Dana Wachs, aka Vorhees Continue reading The Vorhees Interview
We’re not creating a sound—we’re part of that sound. We’re the direct descendants of people who’ve played this music since its inception. We’ve inherited this tradition, and it’s part of who we are.
Artistic Mission Statement: “To deliver sonic honey thunder and stop world ear hunger.” Continue reading The Tameca Jones Interview
The Mindful Bard recently stumbled on record store par excellence Death of Vinyl (La Fin du Vinyle), a stunning reminder of the perennial cultural value of independent record stores. “Record store people (the nice ones mind you, not the condescending … Continue reading The Death of Vinyl: Portal to an Audio Wonderland