I got a chance to interview singer Julia Kantor of Paris Chansons about French music and why her group is so popular with Eastern Europeans. They’re playing MIM tonight and if you love French music they’re not to be missed.
Phoenix New Times: Why Paris Chansons Take Classic French Songs Global
Yesterday Otep played Club Red in Mesa. I got a chance to interview her a few days before the show. It was a lively conversation – she went off on a wide range of topics (especially on politics and her views on “the metal scene”).
Phoenix New Times: Otep On The Metal Scene And Why Labels Are For Soup Cans And Boner Pills
I got a chance to interview author, performer, and Tarot reader Michelle Embree for PHX SUX about her upcoming show at The Trunk Space with LadyBabyMiss (their show is happening TONIGHT).
PHX SUX: Michelle Embree Talks About D.I.Y Tarot Cards And Telling Stories
Behold! My first piece with the fine folks at Tucson Weekly. It’s about TONIGHT’S Invincible Czars show in Tucson. They’ll be performing an original live score to a screening of the silent Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.
Tucson Weekly: Power and Lyricism: Silent Movies Find Voices In The Invincible Czars
I got a chance to interview one of my favorite musicians/artists/carny barkers for the Phoenix New Times. The Slow Poisoner opened up about his dreams, politics, and why he doesn’t work with “grandmas.”
Phoenix New Times: Here’s The Story Behind Slow Poisoner’s “No Grandmas” Policy
Japanese Breakfast (whose debut album Psychopomp was one of my favorite 2016 albums) is playing tonight at The Rebel Lounge. Here’s an interview I did with Michelle Zauner of J.B. for The Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast on How Roy Orbison and Philadelphia Influenced Her Upcoming Record
Here’s an interview I recently did with Merchandise’s Carson Cox for the Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: Why Merchandise’s Carson Cox Feels More at Home in Underground Film Than the Music Scene