What’s My Scene chats to BLACK STONE CHERRY’s singer and lead guitarist, Chris Robinson, about the band’s sixth studio album, Family Tree, released on April 20 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. Chris, who were your influences growing up? The reason I wanted […]
Lydia Lunch‘s scene is aptly “Ob-scene”. The musician, writer, photographer, No Wave Movement instigator, Cinema of Transgression focal point, and icon of the underground music world, Lunch is at times lewd, explicit, and offensive, but […]
Lindsay Schoolcraft‘s scene is a carefree and caring one. The keyboardist and vocalist of Cradle of Filth acknowledges that her scene is still to ‘do what [she] wants’ but that doesn’t entail selfishness. She adds: “I also […]
Phil Lewis’ scene is “music and motorbikes”. The LA GUNS singer states: “When I’m not on a motorcycle, I’m at home listening to records, or tinkering around with … I’ve got five or six collections […]
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. […]