- Music Reviews
- November 13, 2019
The Help Machine (33 1/3 Records). Review by Christopher Long.
Del Amitri frontman Justin Currie is back in the spotlight with his debut solo album. Andrew Ellis finds out why the Scottish singer-songwriter won’t be joining any protest marches anytime soon…
Brendan Harney, drummer with left-of-center Massachusetts band Wheat, tells Andrew Ellis why the band is happy making music independently again.
Andrew Ellis chats with singer-songwriter Peter Bradley Adams about his journey from classical musician and composer to the mainstream.
Andrew Ellis speaks to former Toad The Wet Sprocket frontman Glen Phillips as he gears up for the release of his new solo record and the brief reunion of his old band.
Andrew Ellis talks music and much more besides with Blue October frontman Justin Furtenfeld.
Pittsburgh singer-songwriter Bill Deasy gives Andrew Ellis the lowdown on his recently-released sophomore solo album.
Andrew Ellis picks his top 19 independently-released records of 2005.
Really, it’s a no-brainer, but Alex Woodard tells Andrew Ellis just why he traded a career in accountancy to become a singer-songwriter.
Scot Sax is partly responsible for the new Faith Hill single, “Like We Never Loved At All” — but don’t hold that against him. Andrew Ellis discovers why the Pennsylvania native’s career in the music industry is going from strength to strength.
Pop-rock duo Wilshire go back to their roots in more ways than one on their new release, Already Home and as Lori Wilshire tells Andrew Ellis, they couldn’t be happier.
Andrew Ellis talks The Sopranos, Nintendo oh, and music, with Danny Roselle, frontman for hot NJ band The Crash Moderns.
Jaron Lowenstein is treading a familiar path from musician to actor. Andrew Ellis finds out what more about his impending movie career and what he’s been up to musically.
Mike Garrigan is something of a music industry veteran. Stints in modern rock outfits Collapsis and Athenaeum as well as a career as a solo artist have provided the singer/songwriter/musician with a rich seam of experience in what is a cut-throat industry. With the release of his new band’s EP, he tells Andrew Ellis why he’s back in front of the mic again.
Andrew Ellis talks new albums, iTunes and Budweiser with Jason Wheelington, frontman of up and coming Dallas rockers, Supercell.