Tony MacAlpine sweeps through Atlanta.

Having started at a very young age on piano, guitar and even violin, Tony MacAlpine developed into one of the most consummate virtuosos of our lifetimes. Since his debut album Edge of Insanity in 1986, Tony has continued to compose myriad songs. Songs that are complex, hard charging, and beautiful, often in the same piece. [...]

10 ? with Tara Lynch.

Multi-Instrumentalist Tara Lynch (A.K.A. Gui-Tara) may have been relatively unknown to the wide world prior releasing her debut album Evil Enough, but she was no stranger to those in the know. When it came time to finally put her skills on display she had no problem enlisting friends and colleagues to add their flavors to [...]

“Bookmark” by Sam Levin is actually a landmark.

Sam Levin, at the wizened age of seventeen, is already releasing his third album. Having released his first single at the age of ten, he has previously recorded insightful albums such as I Am and Frame of Mind. On both of these Sam has shown a penchant for showcasing all of his ingredients. Some musicians [...]

Time to show some Cajón-es.

The Cajon, for those not familiar is a wooden percussion instrument that over the centuries has been used in Afro-Peruvian music. In more recent times it has spread into broad use in Flamenco and various modern styles. It is essentially a box, with one thin striking surface and the other sides being normally thicker tone [...]

10 ? with Dan Menapace of Illogistical Resource Dept.

As varied as music is, we all know that many genres become formulaic over time. While the best bands have a signature sound, many others conform to a degree. This is inevitable as the established bands leave their mark. This is part of what makes a band like Illogistical Resource Department so interesting. Comprised of [...]