Indie Music Monday Interviews

Articles from Indie Music Bus

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Interview with Dalton Cyr @DaltonCyr

This our interview of the hard working 12 year old Dalton Cyr who just had a CD release party and has been on the Country Pop Rock Tour. 
 " Spreading the message to be a friend and not a bully is something I feel good about. While on tour I met Sergeant Robert Britt. He told us the story about how his beautiful and talented daughter, Sara, took her own life after being bullied. He started an organization called "Sara's smile" and helped us get the message out while we were touring in Mississippi. "

And now on to our interview conducted by Ced of Independent Music and Media

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Interview with Barley Station @BarleyStation

BARLEY STATION is one of those rare double-fronted bands whose music combines the roots of Americana, Pop/Rock, Country, and Folk and puts them in a blender with a dash of amaretto pouring out a tasty glass of contagious sound! The result is a distinctly alternative blend that draws deeply from its roots yet looks forward and to the future.

Please enjoy our interview with the guys from Barley Station conducted by Ced of Independent Music and Media.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Spaceship Days e-Interview @spaceshipdays

I think the first time I ever heard Spaceship Days was on Butterflies Radio and it was "Hanging From the Satellites" and the next day I heard more of the tracks from the CD. I loved them and decided to buy 5 of them to share! ~ Walt

Just days before the Grammy’s Spaceship Days took home the coveted title of “Best Pop Artist” in the 2012 Artists In Music Awards show held at the Key Club in Hollywood, CA. The pop-rock outfit—Matt Mocharnuk (Vocals/Lyrics), Chuck Cox (bass) , Greg Torsone (guitars), and Rob Beeghly (drums) —has been receiving attention for their 2nd album, Black Holes and Butterflies recorded at Afterglow Studio. Spaceship Days blends digital guitar effects, full orchestration, timeless piano, acoustic solos, rich vocal harmonies, vivid mental images, and intricate mixing techniques to create songs that have mass appeal.

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Friday, August 3, 2012

Interview with The Assembly Line @TheAssemblyLine

What do passion, MTV and Craigslist all have in common? These factors all led to the formation and growth of NYC indie rock band, The Assembly Line. Brought together by an ad on Craigslist and a passion for making music, the band has seen success in recent years with placements on MTV, rave reviews in the press and are ready to take on 2012 with their new video and song “Full Impartial.”

And now on to our interview with The Assembly Line conducted by Ced of Independent Music and Media