Just let inspiration guide you – Interview with Michael Matera
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Just let inspiration guide you – Interview with Michael Matera

You won’t find Michael Matera playing live shows or living that rock’n’roll lifestyle. Instead, it’s more likely to find him in the studio experimenting with his own sound. Heavily influenced by legendary Cure his approach to music is as free as it can get. He writes whenever he feels like writing and his only goal is to express himself and enjoy being creative. Here’s what he shared in this Drooble interview. Hello! Tell the world about yourself. How did you…

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We want everyone to come outside and play music on a single day – Interview with Aaron Friedman from Make Music Alliance

The Make Music Day is an amazing initiative we wish we have launched ourselves! How did it all start and developed over the years? Make Music Day started out in France, almost 40 years ago, when the Ministry of Culture invited everyone to come outside and play music on a single day. It was such a simple idea and resonated with everyone who loves music – which is to say, pretty much the entire country. Each year, hundreds of thousands…

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A hopeless romantic or an art punk? – Interview with PS Perkins

Having been through it all – from hardcore punk to the massive grunge wave and finally reaching a contemporary narrative-heavy take on art rock, PS Perkins is an interesting artist, a multi-faced musician who we can wholeheartedly present as a person who lives and breathes music. Always feeling like the strange kid in all scenes he’s been involved in, we’re glad to PS Perkins finally being able to explore the music he’s always wanted to explore and also having his…

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Just me and an acoustic guitar – Interview with Mr. Tom

With over 35 years of experience in the music industry, Thomas Rawding aka Mr. Tom is an artist and a person that we can learn a lot from. A multi-instrumentalist, a singer and composer he’s been through it all – from playing band shows, to playing solo, writing licensing music to reviewing music gear and being involved in music journalism. For sure a man that knows how to keep himself busy, but the real question is how it all started…

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What’s next is the unknown – Interview with Onno Kestens

Onno Kestens’ relationship with music started just like it did for many of us – thanks to our parents’ listening habits and tastes. Then came the guitar lessons, then the first high school bands and finally the desire (and freedom) to write music only for yourself. Currently focused on his upcoming solo album ‘Day of Electricity’, scheduled for June 2019, we had the chance to briefly chat Kestens and find out more about him and how can the unknown be…