Category Archives: On The Record

The Bouncing Souls

“Sounds Like Home” Premiere’s on the Web with the Bouncing Souls: Let’s Talk Music
Directed by PawL BaZile
Still Photography by Jennyfer Scherrer

“Where are you from?”
“What kind of music do you play?”
“How did where you’re from make you want to play that kind of music?”

The Erotics

The Erotics
Interview with Mike Trash
By Lucky (Hollywood Lost Boy)

Rock and roll mainstays The Erotics have been plying their own brand of rock and roll for well over a decade and have no plans of hanging up the six-strings in this or any other lifetime. On the road or in the studio The Erotics always deliver, albeit sometimes in chaotic fashion, but they always exemplify what real rock and roll is all about.

Peter Blast

Peter Blast
Interview by Christopher Duda

Red Gretchen

Red Gretchen
The Interview
Inquires By Lucky
Photography by Alan Rand

On a non-stop rotational at the SugarBuzz home-front, Red Gretchen’s latest offering, the six song EP entitled “Nobody”, has left a positive impression on our staffers and head honchos alike.  An infectious contagion spanning a wide range of musical genre, “Nobody” appeals to a demographic spread that is inconceivable by many of todays pigeonholed musical acts.

What is your one wish for this holiday season?

holiday winner

An Inquiry by Lucky

It’s the holiday season. A time for joy and sometimes sorrow. For many it is a time to look back, take inventory and make resolutions for the future. Some people embrace the season, while others shut it away. But I think for all, it is an opportunity to make a wish with the hopes that this magical time of year will somehow make their dream come true.  With this thought in mind, I sent out this year’s holiday question to a variety of select humans and awaited their replies.  So without further ado…

Solid Gold Balls

Solid Gold Balls
Interview by Christopher Duda

Solid Gold Balls is a Family Core Indie Punk Hard Folk rock band from Portland, Oregon. We make music because it is fun. We also make music because it’s a welcome respite from our regular lives of the non-stop hustle – trying to earn a livelihood, maintaining happy home fronts, keeping kids from destroying the house, keeping kids from destroying their pants.