(((O))) Category: Features
New Brunswick’s Avant Punks share four records that have been major influences on their unique sound. . .
Molder vocalist / guitarist Aaren Pantke talks to us about 3 huge death metal classics that have influenced the Molder sound a lot.
A.A. Williams has been on our radar for a while now, so all the more reason to ask her about 3 releases that have influences her musically.
Drummer/vocalist Alasdair Dunn from Scottish avant-garde black metal band Ashenspire talks to Echoes and Dust about 3 releases that have influenced him a lot.
The Bobby Lees drummer Macky talks to Echoes and Dust about 3 releases that have influenced them a lot.
Abronia are experimental psych six piece based in Portland, Oregon USA. Ahead of the band’s Supersonic Festival appearance we asked them about 3 influential releases.
Volcandra are a melodic black metal band that draws a lot of influence from video games and sci-fi / fantasy fiction. The band’s vocalist Dave Palenske talks to Echoes and Dust about 3 releases that have influenced them a lot.
J-Metal’s Fukuoka Five share a quintet of albums that are their greatest influences.
Guitarist Emilio Toreggiani from Italian stoner rock powerhouse Tenebra talks to Echoes and Dust about 3 releases that have influenced the band a lot.
Rising Americana singer-songwriter, Myles Newman, shares three albums that have been major influences on his music.
Tómarúm is a US-based atmospheric black metal and technical death metal band who just released their debut album Ash in Realms of Stone Icons on Prosthetic Records. Singer/guitarist Kyle Walburn talks to us about three releases that have influenced him a lot.
Blunt Chunks, the project of Toronto-based Caitlin Woelfle-O’Brien (Jaunt) will release her self-titled debut EP on May 6 via Telephone Explosion Records. The new EP, which can be downloaded here, also features members of The Weather Station, Broken So …
Seattle based three-piece Helms Alee will release their new album ‘Keep This Be The Way’ this week. We asked guitarist/vocalist Ben Verellen about three releases that have influenced the band a lot.
If you interested to be a part of the Eternal Messenger’s rocket ship, be prepared to explore the sound, vision, and out of this world craziness from Arthur Brown’s Kingdom Come.
A chaotic postmodern Frankenstein’s monster, LibraLibra sits simmering in the fractured space between art-pop and punk. A Pandora’s box that first opened itself to the world in 2018, LibraLibra has continued to erode the stability of convention with ea …
Stalwarts of the modern ‘psych’ scene, California-based psychedelic-rock legends The Asteroid No.4 released their new album ‘Tones of the Sparrow’ last week (25th March) via Club AC30.Heavily inspired by the UK shoegaze scene including My Blo …
If you want to get into the sound of the band’s music, then Sid Smith’s book is a must have by entering the Cirkus of the Sailor’s Tale.
Atmospheric post-metallers Without Waves will release their new album ‘Comedian’ on Prosthetic Records soon. We asked the band to give us 3 releases that have influenced them a lot.
Dan Salter (Editor) This one really, really hurts. Of all the passings of musicians in the last few years, of which there have been far to many, hearing of the untimely death of Mark Lanegan has hit me harder than anyone since David Bowie. Just finding …
…an amazing reissue that gives Scheherazade and Other Stories the treatment it deserves. And I hope there’ll be a few more Renaissance reissues to come in 2022. But let’s take a trip down to the fair, and fly on our magic carpet to hear the stories of the Arabian Nights once more with an operatic form.
It’s time to embark on a magic carpet ride to be a part of Steppenwolf’s adventure and understand why they were ahead of their time. So let’s get our motors runnin’ and head down to the highway to look for more adventures of Steppenwolf’s Magic Carpet Ride: The Dunhill / ABC Years 1967 – 1971.