23 Search Results for Tag: Artist Interview

Twelve Caesars – Swan Fendered Mercury NSW Remix / The Hoof chats..

Qualty piece of driving indie rock from Twelve Caesars and the North Street West crew come in with their New Radical guns blazing ready to take on the Summer of Love ’22 with their extra horn propulsion

Intro to Music Theory – It’s An Attitude / The Hoof chats..

It’s An Attitude is a homage to the history of house, rooted in jazz, funk, and disco…

6 Ways I’ve been Staying Productive As A DJ During Lockdown’ – Mel Low D

Professional DJ Mel Low D shares 6 things she’s been doing to stay productive during lockdown, with tips that apply to creatives all round

Staying Productive with Remy Sounds

In this six minute youtube video, producer, DJ and festival runner Remy Sounds shares some of the ways he’s been staying productive during lockdown

‘5 things I wish I’d known when I started streaming’ – Jared from Shaping The Silence

In this post, Jared shares ‘five tips for how to start and improve your live stream as a musician. Lately, it’s become very important for musicians to live stream, but how can you make your stream stand out?’

Interview with Kristen Olsson – Music to Escape Reality

You find a lot of different characters in the music business. There’s no shortage of try-hards and dreamers, trying to ‘make it big’ for reasons only their own ego understands. It’s always refreshing then to chance upon someone who is here for the right reasons—for the love of the craft, for the desire to create beautiful art.

Kristen Olsson is one such person. From writing songs on Martha’s Vineyard to singing jazz in New Orleans, it’s clear that for her, music isn’t a vain pursuit of followers or streams. For her, music is a way of life. It’s who she is.

It’s all about identity.

Interview With First the Winter – Video Playlist

Andrew, founder of musicto.com talks with Aili and Jimmy from Washington state based First the Winter about Identity.

Interview with Easy Comes Home

Christian: I think the EP came simply because I had a decent amount of songs on my hard drive that I liked. I try to listen to a lot of different genres and I want my music to reflect my listening habits. I’ll really take from anything that inspires me, so my process usually leaves me with a wide variety of songs and styles. I would feel a bit like I’m betraying my style if I only released one song; that’s just not how I think, and it wouldn’t be an accurate depiction of who I am as a musician…

5 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started My Music Career

We live in a truly unique time to be musicians. The internet has so dramatically altered the landscape that those who dominated the horizon as recently as a decade ago barely recognise it anymore. I cut my teeth on the music scene back when the social utility of the internet was barely more than a few MySpace pages and MSN screen names, and it was common knowledge that the only way to ‘make it’ in this business was to land a major record deal. To put it simply, it was the kind of pursuit that was regarded as little more than an airy pipe dream, and to believe otherwise was to be very foolish indeed…

Interview With Jakebob – Sam Sharp

Recently Sam from the music to Make You Wobble playlist had the chance to chat with fellow Producer and MC Jakebbob about his current release: Wold Whistle Dub:

Sam: (about wolf whistle) What made you revisit the track you originally released on Southpoint as an instrumental with the new vocal structure?..