Author Archives: Matt Mead

About Matt Mead

Freelance writer who likes anything with heart and soul
INTERVIEW: Kelly Finnigan from Monophonics

INTERVIEW: Kelly Finnigan from Monophonics

Monophonics has been slowly growing their special blend of psychedelic soul music since 2011. It comes from a like-minded group of musicians that pride themselves on creating something that stands on its own as unique and original. Their new album,…

INTERVIEW: Mathew Ajjarapu The Devonns

INTERVIEW: Mathew Ajjarapu The Devonns

Coming out of Chicago, Illinois, The Devonns (pronounced “De vaughns”) are a brand new soul outfit and the latest addition of the Record Kicks’ family, whose self-titled debut album that drops April 3rd, is an assortment of influences taking us…

NEWS: Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm film

NEWS: Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm film

Rockfield Studios situated in Monmouth, Wales has been the mecca of recording studios for many top flight bands including The Stone Roses, Simple Minds and Black Sabbath over many years. Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm, which receives its world…

REVIEW: Matt Monro – The Lost New York Sessions

REVIEW: Matt Monro – The Lost New York Sessions

You’ve heard the well told story of The Beatles Let It Be sessions, with the band on another golden streak recording immaculate songs before the tracks were sent to the prestigious production talents of Phil Spector who added layer upon…

REVIEW: Young Gun Silver Fox – Canyons album review

REVIEW: Young Gun Silver Fox – Canyons album review

The infectious warm sounds of Young Gun Silver Fox make an impressive return with their third long player Canyons released via Legere Recordings. Primarily featuring a heavy mix of 70’s rare groove, Hall and Oates, Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan…