• Jammerzine’s The Week In #Indie for 5/22/2017

    Exclusive interview with #Indie legends Bettie Serveert. New videos by Blacktop Mojo, Traveller, Scott Swain, and Weinf. New albums by UK artist Rum Thief, Colour Colour and a new single by Caesaria. Plus the latest Mixtape.  

  • Jammerzine’s The Week In #Indie for 5/8/2017

    New song premieres from Tokyo’s The Goood Things and UK artists Kids on Bridges and Dirty Jane. New albums from shoegaze pioneers Lunar Twin, The G-O-D featuring legendary drummer Simon Wolstencroft. New videos from rock group Electus as well as The Stevenson Ranch Davidians plus the latest issue of The

  • Jammerzine’s The Week In #Indie for 5/1/2017

    New videos from Lola Black, Buffalo Sunn, Tara Chinn, The Director’s Cuts, and more plus new album premieres from Florence Noelle, Hightown Pirates, Maker, and Kristin Hersh. Also five of the latest tracks from the indie and unsigned with the latest Mix Tape.  

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with Bettie Serveert

    Today’s Jammerzine Exclusive comes to us all the way from Amsterdam, the Netherlands in the form of Euro-legends of the #Indie scene Bettie Serveert! What I love about this interview is that this is a band with a clear and distinct history, coming from humble beginnings in the early 90s and

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with Stuart Armstrong of Partisan

    Partisan have always had a special place here at Jammerzine. They are a band, not only to be reckoned with as pioneers of the indie scene, but respected as members of an elite group of musicians and songwriters that consistently earn that respect. Partisan are going places. Just listen to

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with The Veldt’s Danny Chavis

    On the eve of what most certainly sounds like a stellar tour to behold with Phantogram, we get a chance to talk to a member of one of the Psych-Soul-Shoegaze pioneers in the form of Danny Chavis of The Veldt. When I say this band is one of the true pioneers,

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with A Tree Grows

    If ever there was a genre of music that was just as much a concept in expression, that genre would be jazz. Jazz is such a genre in that it has permeated artistic cultures around the world, yet has consistently stayed true to itself. It is truly a music of

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with John Fryer

    The music scene, as well as the music business, has gone through a massive transformation in the last three decades, and I’m not just talking stylistically. Social media has gone from word of mouth to facebook, twitter, YouTube and so on. And John Fryer has been there every step of

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with The Aim

    Today we talk with a front-man who is well versed in musical history. So much so that his band, The Aim, have taken that history and molded it into something totally fresh and new. That man is Grant Judges. Originally hailing from South London, The Aim are set to branch

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with Joel Gion

    The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Joel Gion is a modern renaissance man. In every sense of the word. He has no time for the drama that, more and more, we all seem to get caught up in. He’s also prone to do things the old fashioned way. And, in the end,

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview With Phil Rudd

    As they say, it’s a long way to the top if you want to rock n’ roll. But, to stay on the top, you have to remain relevant. Through all of his trials and tribulations, Phil Rudd manages to do just that. And he does it with a style that

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: Joe Symes & the Loving Kind Talk “Acoustic Variations”

    Joe Symes & the Loving Kind have continued their blunt force metamorphosis with a sudden right turn into other genres with their latest EP “Acoustic Variations”. If you haven’t checked out our review for this future classic, then I would recommend listening to this exclusive interview first to get behind

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview With George Morris

    In this Jammerzine Exclusive interview, we talk to a true multi-instrumentalist. I stress multi-instrumentalist because, I think anyway, that they make the best songwriters. And George Morris is a great songwriter. Hands down. And here you get, not only a preview of that in a track off of his upcoming

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with American Anymen

    American Anymen are one of those acts that not just say they are socially aware, they are socially aware. By using art as an expression we can, in theory, embed that art into the psychy, which in turn, gives us alternatives to think about. Art, including music, can influence us

  • Jammerzine Exclusive: An Interview with Something Like December

    When you think about the band Something Like December, by listening to their new EP “We’ll All Die Laughing”, you would never know that this band has only been around a little over a year. You would also know that the members of this band are so you (barely 20).

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