Interview with The Slyde. (Band Interview)

The Slyde

Today we interview Canadian Prog Rock outfit The Slyde. The Slyde has played over 170 shows on the Eastern Canadian circuit, sharing the stage with such bands as Protest The Hero, Down With Webster, Pain of Salvation, F*ck The Facts, Dana Fuchs, and Timber Timbre among others, and have made appearances at Ottawa Bluesfest, Canadian Music Week, IndieWeek, and Wacken Metal Battle Canada. Answered by vocalist/ guitarist Nathan Da Silva. Let’s start with this: What’s the history of your band? The Slyde has been around since 2009 (formerly known as just ‘Slyde’) forming from the death of a previous band I was in (a melodic death metal band called Atma).  The drummer and bassist from Atma and I formed The […]

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Interview with Small Town Titans

Small Town Titans

INTERVIEW! – Today we’ll be speaking to Phil Freeman, Bassist and Lead Singer for Small Town Titans. Let’s start with this: What’s the history of your band? We started at Lebanon Valley College in the Spring of 2011. Jonny (the drummer) and I went through the same program there and Ben was just ending his band, so the timing was spot on. We got in a room with a few other guys and it started from there! We went from a five-piece to a four piece and then a three-piece in 2014. We’ve been that ever since. Instead of trying to find new members, we simply pulled double, sometimes the triple duty, and made the best of it. Hasn’t slowed us down one […]

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The Doors Nightclub Rises

The Doors Nightclub
 

 A stalwart of the Johannesburg alternative scene since 1990, the Doors Nightclub rises again in its 3rd location. Rocking on forever! Now I’m too young (Finally I’m not the old fogy for once) to have experienced the original Doors in Marshal St in Johannesburg proper. In 1998 they moved into the suburbs, and I spent much of my 2006-2012 years frolicking, angry hardcore frolicking because its a rock / metal / punk venue of course, in this location. While the South African alternative scene isn’t the biggest, or most united, Doors was a place for all the sub genres to jam together. dancing and cheap beer for all. It was a sad day for the community in August 2015 when […]

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