Deep Purple does not inspire us, but Placebo - yes! Interview with Jack Action
“Rising of a supernova” - this is exactly the translation of the name of the new album of Jack Action, which has become not only new, but also prophetic. Since…

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I am a very happy person. Interview with Noel Gallagher
Actually, we wanted to write about the “asshole from the working class,” but the quote above is more shocking. After the meeting of Daniel Koch with the musician, the realization…

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10 frontmen who showed themselves in solo work
Any musical collective, good or not, has its own leader - this is the founder, vocalist, songwriter, ideological inspirer and a great charismatic, in the end (underline what is necessary).…

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Dave Grohl: “If the song dedicated to your ass comes first, this is a clear problem”

After almost thirty years of rock and roll, Dave Grohl is still playing real rock, making films and television shows, and trying, according to him, “not to seem like a boring old fart.” This exclusive interview proves that he succeeds.

Dave Grohl became famous throughout the world in the 1990s as the drummer of the Nirvana band, and has remained a star ever since. He soloists with Foo Fighters (eight albums, 11 million copies sold, many awards and impressive world tours), and works on musical projects, including with David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Nine Inch Nails and Queens Of The Stone Age. Last year, he released his first film, “Sound City,” a documentary about a music studio of the same name in Los Angeles. Continue reading

Muted attention-grabbing. Interview with Jose Gonzalez

A velvet voice, complemented by a filigree guitar playing, sounding on several albums. Swedish singer Jose González seems to be an artist who cares little about the attention of the general public.

While in Berlin, he explained to Mark Riemann why he was so secretive, admitted how to deal with anger and reflected on the benefits of self-pity in songs.

Your music has a constant tendency to get lost in the background. Doesn’t such a characteristic hurt the creative ego?
I understand that my musical style is too gentle and soft to attract attention. I cannot keep up with consumer goods on the radio. But I do not think this is bad. It’s about the ratio of “background music” Continue reading

A note of positive from the maestro of sadness. Interview with Brazzaville frontman
On March 8, the Waiting Room club will fulfill the most moving dream of the girls of the Northern capital - Brazzaville will perform, the one that once conquered St.…

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Brandon Flowers. In the prime of life
Before releasing his second solo album, The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers believes he has found an adult formula suitable for a radio pop album. Dressed in a leather jacket, with…

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Everyone is able to achieve everything he wants. Interview with Nneka
In early March of this year, German Nigerian singer Nneca released her fifth studio album, entitled "My Fairy Tales". On this occasion, the German edition of Der Tagesspiegel asked the…

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The Next Great Phenomenon: Interview with Wolf Alice
Not so long ago, stepping out of teens, in 2013 Wolf Alice with a handful of songs turned the music world upside down. While the label “grunge” stuck to them…

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