This is a special interview, in my opinion, because these are musicians of the truest form. James, Brian, and Alex; the force behind the power-trio juggernaut know as Magazine Gap, is a perfect example of said power trio in that they sound like a full wall of music coming at you, and not in a heavy way per se. They are just as diverse stylistically as they are in resourcefulness. Check out the video below for the proof. And now we get a backstage pass to the minds behind the music as the guys take a break from practice to talk to use and tell us about the past, present, and future.
About Magazine Gap
The London three-piece are James Keen – vocals and guitar, Alex Ho – piano and keyboards and Brian McCook – drums and percussion. The cool groove of “What’s That About?” picked up great reviews and “Body Language” is their latest gift for their growing number of fans and is supported by another very watchable video on YouTube.
Inspired by many artists, but copying none, Magazine Gap continues to create their brand of multi-genre rock. Their songs are both musically clever and lyrically interesting and intelligent. “Body Language” encompasses the ever present Magazine Gap groove and seems the perfect accompaniment to the Summer days ahead. Keen, McCook and Ho are a trio that just fit perfectly together and any music lovers life would be that little bit richer for having them in their music collection.
Magazine Gap has promised to regularly furnish us with new material throughout this year and if the standards that “What’s That About?” and “Body Language” are maintained, we are in for more treats.
SOURCE: Official Bio
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