Schmier’s scene is “normal”. The co-founder, singer/bassist of thrash metal band Destruction states: “Basically, when I’m home I try to do the normal things in life. Everyone thinks when you’re a rock musician you have […]
Jenn Wasner discusses her new release, LIFER, in this beautifully penned essay about her struggles with mental illness: For some people, it is much harder to stay alive than it is for others. The basic cruelty […]
PRESS PLAY & PBS FM PRESENTS Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds ARE BACK!!!
After two sell-out Australian tours, legendary voodoo guitarist for seminal sexy bands like The Cramps, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds and The Gun Club, Kid Congo Powers returns to Australia in May 2018. […]
Scott Russo‘s scene is non-existent. The lead singer of San Diego punk rock band, Unwritten Law, states: “I’m sceneless. I’m not going to lie. I’m sceneless.” Eclectic and inclusive, Russo continues: “My scene is for everybody. Everybody […]
Michael Bishop (Blothar)’s scene is “bad”. The vocalist, and occasional bassist, of science-themed mythological metal rock band GWAR states: “Yeah, it’s just a bad scene. That’s GWAR. Our scene is just that; that’s what a […]
Tor Oddmund Suhrke (TorO)’s scene is quite “homely”. A deep contrast to his music and lengthy touring, the prog metal LEPROUS’ guitarist prefers a quieter time. TorO explains: “I really like being at home. To be […]
Jack Howard has had a busy year. Not only has he been touring the world with Midnight Oil playing trumpet and keyboards, he’s also been playing his own shows when in Melbourne with his band the Long Lost Brothers. As if that wasn’t enough, he’s also been seen playing the occasional gig with The Violent Femmes, The Break and countless others. When it comes to brass, Jack Howard, who made his mark playing trumpet in the iconic Hunters and Collectors as an original and continuing member, is pretty much Australian rock’s go to man. […]