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Music, Etc


Respecting His Roots

Jacques Sonyieux talks with vocalist Marcus Scott about his new solo album, Back 2 Da Soul, creating a sonic palette, and what it was like to become the new frontman for Tower of Power.


Music Etc.: Steven Van Zandt

By Jacques Sonyieux. Whether you know him as Miami Steve from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Silvio Dante from The Sopranos or as the leader of Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, you’ll find Steven Van Zandt has...


Music, Etc.: Craig Leon

By Jacques Sonyieux. Craig Leon dishes on producing the Ramones, his favorite folk music influences and his new synth epic, Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music, Vol. 2: The Canon.


Music Etc.: Albert Hammond

Jacques Sonyieux talks with songwriter Albert Hammond (“It Never Rains in Southern California,” “The Air That I Breathe”) about staying true to yourself, working with the Wrecking Crew, and releasing a new symphonic album.


Music Etc.: Blues Traveler

Jacques Sonyieux talks with Matt Rollings, producer of Blues Traveler's 13th album, about finding the right studio, being open-minded during recording and, most of all, staying focused.


Music Etc.: Slowdive Returns

By Jacques Sonyieux. In 2014, the band got back together to play a handful of gigs, which quickly turned to sold-out festivals and then a self-titled brand new album that has since won critical acclaim all around the world.


Music, Etc.: David Crosby—Song Servant

At age 76, David Crosby’s work has spanned multiple generations—notably as a founding member of quintessential rock acts The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young—whose music has permeated the very fabric of American culture.


Music, Etc.: Loughman Comes Full Circle

Mark Loughman's Bleedin' Aura, released on Spitfire Music this year, hinges on his English indie-rock roots, demanding an active listening experience as each of its nine songs shimmer with gritty authenticity. On the record, Loughman—who co-produced the album himself...

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