If your thing is guitars, you’ve probably encountered Joe Gore. He’s been editing guitar magazines since the late-‘80s, first at Guitar Player and late…
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Steve Feigenbaum started Cuneiform Records in 1984, as a natural extension of his mail order record store, Wayside Music. He specializes in boundary-pu…
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Craig Welsch is the house engineer at Boston’s Rear Window Studio—that's where I met him—and it’s a job he’s had for a decade. Before that, he cut his …
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Consider the Source is a niche band. Their genre is sci-fi Middle Eastern fusion, which is how they describe their mashup of prog, metal, traditional E…
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Russ Gershon has been a Boston fixture since the early-‘80s, when he was a member of the Sex Execs, a band the Boston Globe described as “sleek, stylis…
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Jay Mumford, better known by his moniker, J-Zone, is a work in progress. He’s worn many hats throughout his career—from rapper, to producer and beat-ma…
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Jon Madof does things differently, which probably explains his decades-long association with composer/iconoclast, John Zorn. Madof’s bands have recorde…
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Plus One Me is a series of interviews and essays. I speak with label owners, editors, writers, publicists, managers, photographers, booking agents, roa…