Greg Cristman, The Artist

February 27, 2012

This interview was a lot of fun for me. It was my first recorded interview that I did while sitting with the person at a public place. Specifically, at a Subways in Brooklyn. I first met Greg at the free

Stephan Said: Destroying Borders

October 1, 2011

Riding on the heels of his latest album release, “difrent,” has been keeping busy with of the same name which aims to erase the borders that separate us with the power of music. His vision, in everything that he does,

Freudian Analysis of The Effects of The Works of Dei Tetra

August 20, 2011

This review will be divided into three separate interpretations using Freud’s structural model of the psyche. -Blinding visceral rage.  Darkness.  Darkness.  Chaos.  Dissociation with the properties that make us human.  Decline.  Decay.  Darkness. The feeling of forward motion.  Motion towards

Nader Sadek: The Death Metal Artist

August 8, 2011

The path of an artist can lead to many different roads, but for some it seems like the path was chosen since the moment we decided to pick up a pencil. is one of those who have managed to marry

Robert Aloi: The Search For Home

July 18, 2011

Robert Aloi, aka , is a part-time writer for the site and a very recent addition at that. Him being a New Yorker, I have had the pleasure of attending the with him where we were able to inspire each

Sleep/Winter/White Hills 6/22/2011

July 4, 2011

Terminal 5 has amazing atmosphere. It’s certainly much better than what my initial thoughts were on it based on that I saw online via google. The lighting was actually semi-romantic with a blue-tint engulfing everything above the near darkness of

Absolution Project is “Evolving”

June 22, 2011

Absolution Project is the kind of band I always imagined myself in. A progressive rock band comprised of five Rochester, New York natives, Absolution Project is a labor of love. At times high-energy, at times mellow, they have a musical