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Kemit Price’s Roots in Music

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Kemit Price has spent his life deeply immersed in music. He’s now jumpstarting a career in roots reggae, having put out his first solo single, “Liberation”. Kemit wants to send positive messages with his songs, giving people hope and peace. Join him in his noble efforts and hear his story, told in this poignant Drooble interview. Hello, Mr. Price! Tell the world about yourself. How did you grow up to become the musician you are today? I grew up in…

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Tomasz Frankiewicz, the one-man band from Poland

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Tomasz Frankiewicz is a one-man band who plays the guitar, bass, drums, piano and sings. We always love the chance to talk to a multi-instrumentalist who’s dedicated to their craft. Tomasz is very inspired and listens to a variety of music, producing clever tunes on a simple setup. However, he eschews playing live in favor of staying in the studio up to the late hours of the day, harnessing technology to turn its potential into compelling musical compositions. Read our…

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Gary Spicer on the relationship between gummi bears and electronica

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Gary Spicer is a friendly fella who finds inspiration in electronic music and gummi bears. Playing multiple instruments, he doesn’t let accidents like a cymbal stand falling down or lack of inspiration stop him from performing. In addition, he played the drums for various heavy metal bands and is currently working on an album. Gary is a very interesting character and we are delighted to have him interviewed for the Drooble blog! Here it goes… How did you grow up…

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Patrick Hamilton on the many things musical in a guitar player’s universe

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Patrick Hamilton is a busy musician. We caught up with him as he prepares to hit the road in May for a stateside tour while working on a full-length record, a YouTube documentary, and other things musical. He has a lot to say about music as a passion and escape, playing the guitar and writing songs, finding inspiration in all kinds of music… Patrick is nothing short of a consummate artist and having him interviewed on the Drooble blog feels…

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Skuve on being a successful virtual band in an analog reality

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Skuve is no ordinary band — it’s a virtual band. Its four members have never met each other, never even seen each other, and they only exchange emails. Their language is music. We had the pleasure of reviewing Skuve’s full-length, ‘Ego’, and we were never able to tell that the musicians who made it barely know each other in reality. The unit plays tightly and the songs, which range from pop rock to country and ballads, are impeccably produced. We…