#002 Eric Meyers of The Rev 8-19-19

Interview, Music Video Preview, and Live In-The-Studio Footage

SoundworksMedia.com presents SWM episode 2 with Shane “The Brain” interviewing Eric Meyers of The Rev after one of their recording sessions for their new album at SER Soundworks Recording & Rehearsal in Chandler, AZ.

In addition to our interview with Eric, we got glimpses of the band playing a special live acoustic track in the studio as well as music video previews.

The swampy Americana rock band frontman and founder talks about their new album, new music videos, near death experiences, surfing and his never-ending love for all things aquatic.

Catchy melodies and rich harmonies abound in their new singles already out and watch out for The Rev’s new album to be released in the near future!

SoundWorks Media follows in the footsteps of show IMP-TV (Indie Music Phoenix), and IMTelevision.

#001 Birth of Monsters 7-24-19

Interview and Live Footage

*Fair warning – In this particular interview some of the explicit language may not be safe for work or kids.*

SoundworksMedia.com presents the first SWM episode with Shane “The Brain” interviewing the Birth of Monsters after one of their recording sessions for their new album at SER Soundworks Recording & Rehearsal in Chandler, AZ.  

The raw punk trio of Vic, Drew, and Miguel talk about their new album, the local punk scene, and we get a glimpse of their live show at the Yucca Tap Room in Tempe, AZ.  There’s even a glimpse of buddy band First or Last and Tony Wille.

SoundWorks Media follows in the footsteps of show IMP-TV (Indie Music Phoenix), and IMTelevision 

Morrissey – “California Son”

“California Son” his newest cover album, might be okay, and it might not. Judging by what I think of the single “Lady Willpower,” which contains 4 of the twelve songs to appear on the record, it’ll bomb.

Or It might not, I don’t care. I won’t review it.

The man works off of the “any publicity is good publicity” shtick, which was fine when it was benign. When he refused to play the Staples Center because they served meat the day before, that’s annoying, but whatever. Now, his antics on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, wearing his For Britain pin was a step too far. For Britain is a far right wing group that is too racist for even other far right wing groups. I’m betting he doesn’t actually support them, and he’s just doing it so people like me write about it, and his name comes up in conversation.

Because of that fact, this will be the last time I write about someone in this context. I’m bummed out, and it’s not just me. Record stores around the globe are banning the sale of “California Son” and other releases by the artist in response to his newest publicity stunt, and I love that.

For a celebrity to use this extremely volatile social climate to promote themselves is really low, even for someone like Morrissey.


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