Sick Lit Magazine: As I listened to your LP [Uncouth Pilgrims] from beginning to end, I heard sounds reminiscent of Robert Earl Keen, Stevie Ray Vaughn all the way over to the other end of the spectrum at Rob Zombie. I love your range and diversity–all of this being said, what largely inspired this range? Many…
Music is very important to many of us. It can be the difference between a great day and a terrible week. No matter where we are in our lives music speaks to us, it doesn’t judge, it is there for you and it will listen to you if you listen to it. Music helps explain…
Critically-acclaimed London-based Guitarist, Dave Sharman, talks with us about his new album, career highlights and what’s next for this guitar virtuoso
AN INTERVIEW WITH THE GUYS BEHIND THE ROCK GROUP: SOMETHING YOU WHISPER Sick Lit Magazine: Tell me about how your band got together. Are all of you from Cambridge, Ontario? Something You Whisper: The band just started as a hobby, mostly. We all either met in high school, or from other local bands in the area….
SCOTT PONDERS VINYL, LIFE AND LYRICS IN THIS INSIGHTFUL INTERVIEW
A five-star review of guitarist Chris Traynor’s latest EP from High Desert Fires: Light is the Revelation
Our Editor in Chief’s experience seeing Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at the Majestic in Dallas
My hand-picked must-listens: Bush, Institute, Noel Gallagher, Oasis, Meg Myers, Melanie Martinez, Halsey and Kaleo.
As told to Kelly Fitzharris Coody Sick Lit Magazine: How did you and your band get started? Brian Vollmer: Originally I was in a little high school band in my hometown of Listowel, Ontario called Homegrown. The band entered themselves in the Battle of the Bands at the Central Ontario Exhibition (C.O.E.) We…