Interviews

Today, YouTube is a universe set in an oblong box with a play/pause button. You can listen to long forgotten music, laugh at someone’s wit (or misfortune,) pass the time with a famous stranger, and with millions of DIY videos, earn a Doctorate in the school of Hard Knocks. The Glenn Slingerland Situation, a half-hour, […]

We love variety here at the RadioradioX family. We have some pretty damned weird cousins we hear from as they make their slow journey around the radio dial. Variety is the spice of life, and at least for me right now, the gumbo of life is The Purple Stuff. With Matthew Pryce (guitar/vocals), Joshua Gruft […]

Girth Control wasn’t necessarily supposed to happen but then again neither was penicillin; I guess you could call it a happy accident. The guys that make up Girth Control are actually three fourths of the still very active punk-Americana group, The Slaughterhouse Chorus. When lead vocalist and guitarist Chris had to take a break, Jay […]

I love a sound that just opens the throttle. I want music that makes me want to speed, or at least justify the speeding that I may do unawares. Good, strong rhythm, melodies that can nudge a Ouija board, that kind of thing. MÖRDWÖLF is like that. Don’t let the umlauts (the two dots) fool […]

Xperience Monthly – March 2019 (PDF) The Ale House the Hanger on the Hudson Collar city tattoo Ryan’s Wake Dinosaur barbecue Spill the beans Muddaddy Flats The Daily Grind (Troy) Nighthawks McAddy’s Pub River Street Beat Shop the Ruck Carmen’s Cafe -South Troy Valente’s pub Wynantskill beverage center   Other locations Professor Java’s -Colonie Diner […]

They’re assholes. I don’t know Danny Boy or Burris, so I’m just going by their advertising. I know Brother T, and I think he’s a pretty cool guy, so I’m calling him an asshole our of pure professional courtesy. And you may be thinking to yourself, who isn’t an asshole these days? Well, I’m thinking […]

We’ve all heard music that was so unique, we knew, after the first bar of that first song, that we’d recognize them any time we might hear them in the future. That can be good or bad, of course. But when I first heard the music of Niki Chaos, and her band Bleak Little World, […]

Driven. That’s Mark Emanatian. He works in Citizen Action and Labor, and he plays in a few bands, among them Soul Sky and The Lawn Sausages. He does a lot, some of which we know, and much of which we’ll likely never know (unless he spills during this interview.) He’s a gracious guy, and did […]

This article was written by Paula Marks. One of the biggest country music fans I had ever met friended me on Facebook soon after I opened the mic for the first time on WGNA seven years ago. Sue Bogucki was the biggest cheerleader for all local country bands and supported new artists coming out of Nashville. She invited me to join […]

The modern world, in many ways, is a created thing. Not getting religious or philosophical, just saying that every graphic, every jingle, every eight-thirty a.m. pre-work cranker was created. Yes, yes, your favorite band, but more than that; the world as we know it is propped up by names that appear in the liner notes […]


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