• Andy Ruck
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    When singer/songwriters and bands contact us on an international level it always seems to work out in a very interesting experience for us. Andy Ruck was no exception to this – this Irishman provided not only songs full of heartfelt melodies, but an album with a clear and pointed view on experiences he’s dealt with ...
  • Treehouse!
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    If I close my eyes I can go back to a place where a younger version of my journalistic self exists and is still frustrated with e-mail format interviews. I can specifically remember the first time I had gotten a hold of a band that really means a lot to me today still, an Australian band ...
  • Adam Drew
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    There are some people that exist in this world that need to be heard for their insights and points of view. Just like we brought you the CINGED interview this week on SBS Live – we’re also super STOKED to show off this tremdous solo performer with something to say musically and through his words here ...
  • Manteye
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    Sometimes all it takes to get a good sense of someone is just a little communication. If I manage to sleep at all, I wake up in the morning to fantastic conversations left behind only hours before and instantly continue the dialogue…. Mark Manthei of Manteye is one of those communicators. Whether it’s through his music or ...
  • Gameday Regulars
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    It’s always interesting – no matter what I send out into the void during these interview arrangements on internet articles, it still always surprises me to see what comes back. Some artists have a TON to say – and some artists don’t so much – but they still have that want and need to connect to ...
  • Phillip Foxley
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    I had the privilege of interviewing Phillip Foxley, blues/rock guitarist and singer/songwriter from the U.K. Each time I play a song it’s an adventure….and sometimes it feels so familiar….. Philip has influences like we all do – but he is NO copy. His style and songs brought me back to a place where I spent many years diving ...
  • The Danbury Lie
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    Interview with Rob Loncto of The Danbury Lie/Black Tar Pineapple SBS: The name seems unique here – The Danbury Lie – can you explain the origin of the name? Rob: Danbury is a town near where I’m from where I spent my 20s playing shows. Thurston Moore once famously called it “the next Seattle” and that never happened. ...
  • Missy And Chelsea
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    As part of our on-going commitment to helping undiscovered musical and video talent get exposed world-wide, sleepingbagstudios will post interviews regularly with in-depth Q&A’s and pass them on to YOU – the music lovers. Take some time and read about a couple of great artists you might not have ever heard of before – this week ...
  • David Devereux
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    As part of our on-going commitment to helping undiscovered musical and video talent get exposed world-wide, sleepingbagstudios will post interviews regularly with in-depth Q&A’s and pass them on to YOU – the music lovers. Take some time and read about a great artist you might not have ever heard of before – this week it’s solo ...
  • Tey Yaniis
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    As part of our on-going commitment to helping undiscovered musical and video talent get exposed world-wide, sleepingbagstudios will post interviews regularly with in-depth Q&A’s and pass them on to YOU the music lovers. Take some time and read about a great artist you might not have ever heard of before – this week it’s hip-hop ...