EPISODE 7.06: Fynn Grabke (The Picturebooks) and his perception of the music world today
Fynn Grabke, singer and guitarist of the German Indie-Rock duo The Picturebooks, elaborates on what it means to be a young band in today’s music world.
EPISODE 7.04: Dave Weckl on the pros and cons that digital technology brought to music
“It’s a different world now. It’s a different way of selling music, it’s a different way of listening to music… We try to play the game as best as we can within the rulebook.” We had the pleasure to talk to one of the hardest-working drummers in the biz: Mr Dave Weckl. In this #fhtz […]
EPISODE 7.01: Mike Stern on how technology has altered what it means to be a musician
“People are not listening less to music, they are just buying less music.” The legendary guitarist Mike Stern, who has played with Miles Davis, Billy Cobham, and Jaco Pastorius to name a few, shares his views on what it means to be a musician today touching upon topics such as technology, monetization and more.
EPISODE 6.11: John Connor (Dog Eat Dog) on the changes in the music business
This episode features the always-fun-to-hang-out-with John Connor from legendary East-coast crossover metal pioneers Dog Eat Dog, who observes how the music business has changed since he started as a musician and what it means to be an artist today. Make sure to catch their brand-new EP “Brand New Breed” at dogeatdog.nl and to go see […]
EPISODE 6.10: Alan Robert of Life of Agony on being a musician today
In this #fhtz episode, Alan Robert of alternative metal-pioneers Life of Agony elaborates on different aspects of what it means to be a musician in 2017.
EPISODE 6.09: Merlin Sutter of Cellar Darling on starting a band in this day and age
In this #fhtz episode, Merlin Sutter of Swiss metal band Cellar Darling discusses what it takes to start a band from scratch in this day and age after having split with his former band, Swiss folk metal icons Eluveitie. And, check out Cellar Darling’s highly acclaimed debut album «This Is The Sound» – out now.
EPISODE 6.08: Andreas Kisser of Sepultura on technology and robotics in music and in general
In this #fhtz episode, Andreas Kisser of iconic Brazilian metal legends Sepultura discusses digitization, technology, and robotics, which is the main topic of their highly acclaimed 2017 studio album Machine Messiah.