Bloggers are the New DJs: Interview with BreakOnACloud’s Rob Bragdon

It’s no secret. Music blogs are one of the new gatekeepers to the music industry. They’re also how both fans and DJs find new music. Remember my song “Blogworthy” ? My whole point was that we need not wait for press to find us as artists and musicians. We can simply create our own broadcast… Continue reading Bloggers are the New DJs: Interview with BreakOnACloud’s Rob Bragdon

Cherub’s Fun Lifestyle Is Built On Hard Work

Finally! It took me quite a while to get this Cherub interview together. Over the past year or so, they’ve been very busy touring full time. By the time, I finally got everything together for this interview, I had a tour of my own! Glad we could finally connect and get this out there. I… Continue reading Cherub’s Fun Lifestyle Is Built On Hard Work

Using Your Music Scene to Change the Culture of Your City

As I’ve tried to branch out from Nashville, I’ve ended up playing a lot of shows at The Coup in Clarksville, TN. People are always asking me why I keep going back out to Clarksville to do shows. It’s because I’ve met a lot of great people there, including Zach Lerman. He’s one of the… Continue reading Using Your Music Scene to Change the Culture of Your City

Ducko McFli Defines Hustle and the Artist Lifestyle

It seems like I always see Ducko McFli’s name when I’m taking a look at who’s doing something in the Nashville Hip Hop scene. I felt like I could learn a lot from him to help me get my work done and to hustle. Then I realized that we could all learn something. So I… Continue reading Ducko McFli Defines Hustle and the Artist Lifestyle

Thoughts From a Music Critic: Interview with Sean Maloney

In Nashville, those of us in the hip hop and electronic music scene get our info on what’s good in a few different places. Eventually, we all take our cues from Sean Maloney. Writing for the Nashville Scene, he’s established himself as the voice of hip hop music and electronic music in Nashville. This gives… Continue reading Thoughts From a Music Critic: Interview with Sean Maloney

How to Make Moves and Pay Dues in the Hip Hop Scene

Ross Norton is relatively new to the Nashville Hip Hop scene. Yet, he’s already got his hands in more things locally than a lot of people; myself included. He emcees as Kid Dead. Also, he’s been performing as part of Last of the Horsemen along with some other projects. He’s also been booking a lot… Continue reading How to Make Moves and Pay Dues in the Hip Hop Scene