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Flyah Comics Presents | Storm Valley Chronicles | The Imp and The Symboite

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Exclusive interview with Clark Ford

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  So tell us about your project!  What is the concept behind your music and the message it conveys?      My project is an album of pop music about relationships, called "I'm Lookin' at You."  Solme of the songs are upbeat and happy ("I'm Lookin' at You," "You Make Me Happy," "Unconditionally," "Celebrate the Sun," and "We Must Have Angels Up Above"), whereas others are more thoughtful ("Throwin' Our Love Away," "Love Transcends," "I Won't Give Up On You, "You Live In Me," and "The Smallest Act of Kindness." Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist? Explain      I am actually a songwriter, and not really a recording artist, but my songs continue to grow in depth and accessibility.  I am also writing in several genres besides pop: country, rock, sacred, and easy listening retro jazz. What is your favorite experience musically in  recent times?        

Exclusive Interview with Panama Scarrett and Music Video

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  So tell us about your project!  What is the concept behind your music and the message it conveys? I call myself a Recording Artist, because that is my comfort zone...Not performing. I began record production in 2016...down the years I primarily just wrote short stories and poems which sometimes became songs. One day I woke up with a very strong inclination to get back into producing songs...something I shelved a long time ago..and being someone who will have an itch and then immediately scratch...that is what I did.And re-produced an old song I write "Only One Star In My Life" Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist? Explain When I first began it was all about writing song and producing them for my best friend, but writing songs for someone takes me out of character, as i have to tailor the song to fit their truth. And I soon realized I was neglecting myself, and for my birthday 2018...on a whim, I wrote a song 100% based on my truth "Poison Delilah" an

Chicago’s J. D Walker Exclusive interview!

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  So, where are you from and what's it like in your hometown? Im From the Westside of Chicago. 5 -10 minutes from Downtown in a neighborhood known as the 5th City community. My neighborhood is like a project without the buildings stacked ontop of each other but everybody knows each other and their families. So it is a pretty close nit community which covers a 2-3 city block radius in each direction. It was hard but there was alot of love at a time where the entire neighborhood raised the kids. What inspired you to develop your craft as a music artist? I started crafting my music talent the original way. The creation of hip hop where graffiti, breakdancing, pop locking and djing led to Mcs aka rappers. Has the lifestyle of being a musician influenced your personal life in any way?  If so would you care to shed light on your experience? I would have to say it did because where im from, it is such a real life survival mode type of city to where people are not striving to be someonebor

Flyah Short Stories | Storm Valley Tales | “Tony wants Expansion”

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  On the westside of Storm Valley a conversation of acquisition was taking place.     Tony Pachino was enjoying the benefits of being a top player in racketeering so much, he decided he wanted a piece of the westside action.     Unfortunately for him he was met with resistance of the west side crime boss, Johnny Blanche.     Johnny announced rudely, “Listen Tony!     There is no room for two head honchos and I don’t see me running off with my tail between my legs!     Take that tough guy shit back to the East!     Tony responded abruptly.     I am aware of your influence here Johnny, but I am sorry to tell you, I always disregard limiting persuasion!       And besides I thought it was courteous of me to give you a warning about my plans of growth.     Johnny answered, Courtesy is valuable but the westside is worth more than that!     Tony smiled and spoke eagerly, Now we’re talking,     what’s your price?

Late Cambrian Exclusive Interview!

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  So tell us about your project!  What is the concept behind your music and the message it conveys?   Late Cambrian has gone through numerous incarnations to get to the band we have now. With our newest material, we are setting out to bring some sick classic rock type riffs into our indie rock sound. When I walk around NYC I find myself listening to music from the 70's (Led Zeppelin, King Crimson, Black Sabbath) and I find their approach to guitar riffs really galvanizing and exciting. Our newest songs (Cave My Head Full of Dreams, Late Bloomer) still have the chord changes and melodies that I love to write, but they also have a riff rock component that has been lost in music as of late.  Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist? Explain. We are definitely growing as recording artists right now. We've had a new lineup since 2023. It's the first time Late Cambrian has had a second guitar player, and we have a new drummer and bass player as well. All this new blood