easy-star-all-stars-interview Apr 4

Easy Star All-Stars Interview

This Easy Star All-Stars interview was originally posted on September 30th, 2009. Easy Star All-Stars are the geniuses behind Radiodread, Dub Side of the Moon and now Easy Stars Lonely Heart’s Dub Band. Michael sat down with Nomads on the Road for a chat about their latest album and an upcoming tour of the UK supported…

Apr 4

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Interview

Taking their name from a fictional band in a Tom Robbins novel it is clear Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad wanted to set themselves out from the crowd. Well fortunately for them, and us, they have done just that. A groups’ name can be seen as important as the music they create, the ADD generation…

john-browns-body-feature Apr 22

John Brown’s Body Interview

Tommy from John Brown’s Body sat down with the Waiting Room Nomads on the Road for a quick chat about the band, Easy Star All-Stars, The Black Seeds and their upcoming tour of the UK. NOTR: First of all for British readers who may not know a lot about the band could tell us a little…

Nov 5

Interview with Eric from Rebelution

Hailing from Santa Barbara, California, the Rebelution boys play reggae with a pop flavour and with rumours of a UK tour coming up these are exciting times for the band. New album Bright Side of Life released to much acclaim in the US and certainly proves Rebelution as one of the up and coming bands…

Sep 17

Interview with T-Ray Jacobo from Tribal Seeds

Tribal Seeds have become the band to watch in the reggae-rock scene, based out of San Diego the young band is made up of brothers Tony-Ray & Steve, John (bass), with Tony (guitar),  Carlos (drums) & Joe (percussion). With influences ranging from Bob Marley, Steel Purse, and Pete Tosh Tribal Seeds are creating a positive…

Sep 8

Mike Pinto Interview

To start with how much of an influence would you say Sublime have had on your life both musically and lifestyle? Musically, Sublime changed everything for me. I was 17 years old when I first heard 40 ounces to freedom. I was playing punk similar to blink 182…it was terrible haha. Then I remember hearing…