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Den Edie Flyah interveiw

  Den Edie Flyah interveiw So could you tell us a little bit about your upbringing in Ohio?  I was sent to guitar leasons by my parents when I was 10 years old. My uncle lived with us back in    Ohio then and he played the drums. I grew up with a Rock band practicing in my basement.    I did not know it at the time but this little town I lived in knew how to rock. When did music become your main interest and what lead you to take music so seriously?   When I was 13 I saw my first rock concert. It was The kinks (one for the road tour.)    It changed me instantly. Suddenly that was the only thing I wanted to do.    To this day I'm still doing it. My guitar obsession had just started and    I did take some music theory lessons as well. I began learning how to create music or write a song.    I recently worked with two clasical Violinist. A Saxsaphone player and a Pianist. The Music theory lessons did pay off as I was able to talk to them in a launguage they understood.  Being a Singer

Exclusive Interview With Toshiki Abe

▼ So Toshiki Abe, what's it like being from Tokyo and can you tell us a little bit about your upbringing? Now I'm based in Tokyo, but actually I'm from the countryside in the North which is called Yamagata. So mostly I grew up with abundant greenery and good foods there. And I've been in Tokyo since I came here to enter the university. My father also enjoyed music and played instruments so I was influenced by him and got into music since childhood. He had many western music CDs so there was no hesitation to make English songs.  ▼ As a producer that does indie pop, what are some of your influences as a musician? Maybe I can say old synthpop and post-hardcore. Synthpop is that my father told me when I was a little kid and I got into it. Speaking of post-hardcore, Actually I was doing cover bands of many post-hardcore bands when I was in high school. And it's that time that I started to make my original songs. So these are my basis. There were many experimental songs a

Thomas Geelens - Start Over.

  If your looking for a great love song with a chilled vibe check out Thomas Geelens - Start Over.  The lyrics pull you in right from the start and takes you on a passionate ride!  Check it out for yourself on Spotify we promise you won’t be disappointed! https://open.spotify.com/track/7zPbATWmoMeZPcESeS7ljz?si=3adea6fbbc87460d

Exclusive Interview With Son Of Janus

Where are you from and could you tell us about your upbringing?  I lived most of my childhood years in Beloit, Wisconsin.  I was raised by two parents who taught me to believe in Santa Claus, tilt my head backwards when I had a nosebleed, and go to church every Sunday.  I believe I have failed them on these things.  But, they say they are proud of me. So Son Of Janus, that is a very interesting name how did this come about?   I was sharing studio recording of my song under the name my parents gave me, when I realized that if I wanted to get serious about this, it would demand a rebranding.  I consulted with a good friend, Eric Kaun, who was responsible for coming up with the name of the band I was in during high school.  Going with the premise that my mother is named Janis, he floated Son of Janis, which I immediately took a liking to.  He then suggested I could go further and spell it like the Roman god, Janus.  I took the first idea, but the idea of suggesting that I was the offsprin

Exclusive Interview with Trish Discord

  So Trish Discord, how did you come up with such an interesting name? I thought the word “Discord” for me pretty well as it describes feelings of unrest and expressing those feelings. I found out later that the app Discord was a thing but still liked my name enough to keep it anyway! Where are you from and what's it like in your hometown? I am from Whitestone in Queens, NY. It is on the outskirts of queens and has a suburban feel to it while still being able to access the city and other areas of NYC. I like that there is almost a small town feel without it being too small where you run into the same people over and over. Trish can you tell us about your background and how you became a music artist? I played guitar throughout the years and took singing lessons since high school. I always loved writing songs and only in recent years realized I should finally release them to the world. I have an office job but day but always was passionate about music. Now my office job funds my musi