Interview: Leah Khambata On Songwriting and Live Shows

Leah Khambata is a highly successful actress and singer-songwriter who has recently returned to playing live shows following pandemic restrictions on live events.  Even during the height of the pandemic, Khambata never stopped writing new songs, and in fact, she even started her own virtual concert series on Instagram, which gave her a way to […]

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This is How Music Producers Can Keep Their Work Fresh, Feat. Sebastian Torres

If you're a professional athlete, it's pretty easy to tell whether or not you're in shape. You can either play the game or you can't; you can keep up with the competition or you can't.  But for music industry professionals, everything is way more abstract. It depends so much on how you're feeling and what […]

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An Interview with Nicole Simone of Late July and Redemption Paws

We recently got to interview Nicole Simone, who is a prominent musician, a filmmaker, and even the founder and CEO of an animal charity called Redemption Paws.  Under the artist name Late July, Simone has released multiple EPs and numerous singles, including recent releases like Green Eyes, Heartbeat, Waves, and Silver Tongues.  During our interview, […]

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Antoine Fadavi's 5 Favorite Drummers

Antoine Fadavi is a well-known and respected professional drummer and music director who's been touring with the popular band King Princess for a few years now.  Originally from Paris, Fadavi was still a teenager when he started getting coverage in a number of major drum publications, including Modern Drummer, Drum!, Digital Drummer, and Batterie.  Oh […]

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Dressing Up Was Great, But My Codpiece Was Notably Unfragrant: Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson, the multimillion-selling prog rockers Jethro Tull's frontman, told me in 1993 that 2000 would be a good moment to put up his flute. He says now, "I think I was confusing myself with British Airways pilots who are out when they turn 65." "If you're a fully vaccinated professional tennis player, you might […]

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The Mysterious World of Songwriter eden ahbez

The King Cole Trio issued their second 78rpm single of the year in late March 1948. The three, who were already well-known for crossover pop hits like (I Love You) for Sentimental Reasons, decided to try something new for their upcoming album. Nature Boy, which was originally buried on a B-side, was unlike anything else […]

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