Sam Kogon is one of the best indie musicians working in NYC right now, Check out the review I did for his album a few months ago for The Waster. Check. It. Out!
I recently reviewed the latest album by The Coathangers for Thewaster.com. Check it out right here!
Follow the link below to see the review on The Waster for Drinks’ debut, Hermits on Holiday. http://www.thewaster.com/lp-review/drinks-hermits-on-holiday/
Click on the link to check out my recent review on The Waster for 13 Days by The Hummingbirds (a group that I wouldn’t be surprised seeing on the headlining bill of Newport Folk Festival in the next few years!) http://www.thewaster.com/lp-review/the-hummingbirds-13-days/
Follow the link to check out the review I wrote some months back for The Waster of Sharon Van Etten’s excellent I Don’t Want to Let You Down EP. http://www.thewaster.com/lp-review/sharon-van-etten-i-dont-want-to-let-you-down/
I had the chance to not only get to talk with Mark Mulcahy again, but to also speak with Scott Boutier and Dave McCaffre (the other two members) of Polaris, the variation of Miracle Legion who recorded the soundtrack to The Adventures of Pete and Pete. Believe me, as a person who is reminded ofContinue reading “Polaris”
Yep, I got to interview the mastermind behind Miracle Legion, Polaris (who did the soundtrack to The Adventures of Pete and Pete) and of course the solo albums of Mark Mulcahy (obviously). Anyways, it’s on The Waster and can be read here: http://www.thewaster.com/interview/an-interview-with-mark-mulcahy/ Mark was an absolute joy to talk to. He was real downContinue reading “Read my interview with Mark Mulcahy!”
My interview with Marissa Paternoster of Screaming Females was just posted to The Waster. If you haven’t heard them yet, I would HIGHLY recommend it!! Link: http://www.thewaster.com/interview/screaming-females-back-for-the-ugly/
The Black Angels “The Brazen Rebellion of Indigo Meadow” (Click the above) A little while back, I got to interview the highly insightful and hugely friendly singer of The Black Angels, Alex Maas, for The Waster. Eventually it evolved into a feature and it went online as of last night. Definitely check it out asContinue reading “My feature on The Black Angels is on Thewaster.com!”