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Jenny Flory

Jenny Flory
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Interview With Jenny Flory By Chris 27/4/06

Jenny Flory is a fantastic up and coming singer songwriter
Thanks To MySpace I discovered her. She writes such good honest songs and I for will buy any
stuff she put’s out. So naturally I had to feature on Parx-e. So read on and find out what she had to say.

Jenny MySpace
Page

1.How did you get into music?

I come from a musical family. From as early as age two, I
can remember putting on little performances in front of our
home video camera. My uncles and grandpa played guitar and
at family gatherings we would get together and sing songs.
I guess I just never knew anything different. Then in high
school, I started pouring my thought out in writing. It
wasn’t until about a year ago I started singing at places
in the Tampa area and things really started picking up for
me.

2. What were your major influences?

Some of my major influences include my Uncle Mark (who got
me excited about learning to play the guitar), my older
sister Kelly (who was an Opera singer in college), and all
of the recording artists that I have listened to over the
years. My music often is a reflection of the music that I
like. Specifically: Lauryn Hills lyrics and tone, Joss
Stones style, Pinks ruggedness and attitude, and Princes
funk. Add in a little bit of Alicia Keys and youve got
Jenny Flory’s influences.

3. If you could have a three band bill who would they
be?

Wow, I dont know. Do they have to be alive currently? I
think I would choose Jack Johnson, The Fugees, and Nat King
Cole.

4. Any plans to record some new music?

I’m currently working on some material in the recording
studio at my university. I just have to save up some money
so I can continue to record after I graduate.

5. What inspires you when writing music?

Sadness mostly. When there is something I feel strongly
about, music is my outlet. Sometimes atmosphere inspires
me. Sitting down by the bay with my guitar I feel very
introspective. It seems as though I am able to analyze
myself better when I sit back and relax by myself.

6. What made you want to go out and play
music?

I will sing for anyone who will listen. I used to play at a
pier and many times there would be only two or three people
there, but I would come every weekend, I don’t care how
many people are there, I love sharing my passion.

7. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the mp3
format?

The mp3 format has allowed me to get my music out to a lot
of people. I am truly thankful for MySpace because it has
opened up numerous opportunities for me, and allowed people
all around the United States to hear my music. Piracy is
always an issue when it comes to file sharing, but I don’t
know that there is much that can be done about it right
now. People will find a way to get the music they want. In
a way, it’s flattering, but on the other hand it would be
more flattering if that person were willing to pay for
it.

8. Who would you most like to record a song
with?

I would be thrilled to record with Alicia Keys or Joss
Stone.

9. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

I am hooked on John Legend, and Gavin DeGraw. I haven’t
really bought anything new in a while. I just have a thing
for musicians that play their own instruments.

10. Who has helped you out the most?

My friends and family have showered me with support. That
has probably been the most helpful of all. I also am very
grateful to Byron Sellers who helped me produce a couple of
songs that are on my MySpace page.

11. What has the response been to your music on the
web?

Everyone has been so encouraging.

12. What are some of your favourite movies?

Ha Ha! Well, this is a hard question due to the fact that I
am a film major. For me it’s like choosing a favorite kid.
Im just a fan of all movies. Rather than naming a bunch of
film studies movies I will talk about the mainstream ones
that I really like and that have inspired me. City of God
and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind are two that I
love visually. I love Singing in the Rain, White Christmas.
Then there are the ones everyone can relate to: The
Godfather, Fight Club, Finding Nemo, and Zoolander, I’m a
huge fan of Ben Stiller.

13. What have you seen recently you really
enjoyed?

I haven’t seen anything that really stands out in my mind.
The most recent movie I’ve seen is Lucky Number Slevin. I
really liked the editing and set design, but I wasn’t crazy
about the storyline.

14. What is next for Jenny Flory?

Im graduating from the University of Tampa on May 6th with
a double major Film and Communication. Then I return to
Columbus, Ohio where I plan to start singing wherever I
can. I’ve been feeling around to see if anyone is
interested in playing with me when I get back. I would
prefer to build up a fan base before breaking out with an
album. I just started playing publicly less than a year
ago. Everything has been happening so quickly and it is a
very exciting time in my life. I am very happy that I get
to share my music with the world.

Thanks for the interview xoxo Jenny Flory


Mischa Kaye

Mischa Kaye
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Interview With Mischa Kaye By Chris 27/4/06

Mischa Kaye is a great singer songwriter
She writes ambient pop music with power and passion.
Her songs are excellent and will get you hooked
One of the many reasons worth a Interview.
So read on and find out what she had to say.
Mischa Website

1.How did you get into music?

Since I was little I was very involved in classical music,
my mother was a Pianist, and I took singing lessons and
piano lessons, and would always be competing in the local
music festival. But I was more interested in Acting. When I
was older I went to school for Music Theatre, one of the
classes was one where you had to get up in front of the
class and sing pop music…like you were singing in a bar
or club. Every attempt I made to do this resulted in me in
tears, feeling as if I just couldn’t connect to the
material…and perform it ( i was very dramatic) I felt the
only way I could get past this was to write my own
music…..which I began ferociously doing as a way of
letting my frustrations out, and continued for the rest of
my time at the school. And of course realized that I loved
it soo much and could never stop, so I started playing
shows and recording.

2. What were your major influences?

Always my mother. The world. Love. as far as other artists,
Tori Amos, Leonard Cohen

3. If you could have a three-band bill who would they
be?

Umm, Goldfrapp, Dirts Ballb, Kate Bush

4. What has been the highlight of your career so
far?

Probably getting to travel to Japan to play music.

5. What the response been to the new EP like?

It’s been really good!! I’ve been selling out of them at
shows, so, good!!

6. What inspires you when writing music?

My surroundings, my frustrations, Fairy Tales….Drama.
Love. Adventure!!!!! Sounds, Smells.
Colours.Shapes.Humans.

7. What made you want to go out and play
music?

I don’t know, it was just a natural progression

8. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the mp3
format?

Stealing is bad.

9. Who would most like to record a song with?

Probably Leonard Cohen. I would also like to have his
babies.

10. Do you think the internet is good for helping
artists get known?

Definitely

11. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

I listen to music constantly, all sorts. Right now Regina
Spektor, Rilo Kiley, Goldfrapp, Kate Bush. I really like
Reggae lately, lots of Jazz, Umm, Dolly Parton, Elvis,
Engelbert Humperdink!!

12. Who has helped you out the most?

My boyfriend, and my family

13. What has the response been to your music on the
web?

It has been great. The Internet has been amazing!! I have
met soo many other musicians, and been exposed to soo much
good music!!

14. What is like being an independent artist?

It’s cool

15. What are some of your favourite movies?

American Psycho, Me and You and everyone we know, Dancer in
the Dark, Goodbye Lenin, the Dreamers, Chocolat, The Beach,
Amelie, City of God, Being John Malkovich. Lots of others,
I just cant remember….

16. What have you seen recently you really
enjoyed?

Saw Munich last night. I was really good.

17. What is next for Mischa Kaye?

There will be a live Intergalactic broadcast of a Mischa
Kaye show from her home planet ZORK. but if that doesnt
work than, she will go back to Canada and tour!!!

Thanks for your time any last words

The new Mischa Kaye album is comming out this fall. It is
called “rain makes flowers grow” stay tuned!!

The Little Ones



The Little Ones
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Interview With Edward from The Little Ones By Chris 26/4/06

The Little Ones are one excellent band.


They write and play songs that are really well written and also catchy.


They play indie rock which is excellent.


I knew I had to interview them for the site.

So here is the interview.


The Little Ones Website

1. How did the band form?



We formed as a group about two years ago. We casually formed in those two years. We are all friends and are interconnected in one way or another. We discovered that the chemistry we had as friends translated well in the practice space and in the studio.



2. What were your major influences?



I think we are heavily influenced by music from the Motown era. We have so much respect for how songs were written during that time and how melody and rhythm can create a powerful mood. We are also influenced by Tropicalia music. We love music from Os Mutantes and Gilberto Gil. I think they created music that was fun but had some real social commentary.



3. If you could have a three band bill who would they be?



That’s really hard but if I had all the power in the world I would create a bill the had the Beatles, The Kinks, and Os Mutantes.



4. Do you think MySpace is a good tool for promoting the band’s music?



Myspace is a great tool for getting your music out there. It definitely can reach a wider audience, and when used the right way, can be a valuable tool for communication.



5. What has been your favourite gig you have played so far?



I think our last show was a our favorite. It was our EP release party at El Cid in Los Angeles. We had a lot of our friends and family there so it made it such a special night.



6. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the mp3 format?



File sharing is great for bands such as ourselves who need to get our name out. It’s a great way for people to listen to your songs and hopefully gets them to purchase your record. The mp3 format has enabled music to travel faster and further than ever.



7. Do you think the Internet is good for helping artists get known?



I think so. The Internet is another avenue in which music can be heard. Anyone from around the world can listen to any band at any time. That’s powerful!



8. What bands/artists are you listening to lately?



I have been listening to a lot of Rio Funk. I can’t stop listening to Brazilian music. There is something so magical about music from that region.



9. Who has helped you out the most?



Well first off, our families have definitely helped us out the most. Their support has really inspired us. Our good friend Graham MacRae has been so instrumental in pushing us to get our music out there. By the way, he has released an EP called ‘On Your Marks’ that’s stellar.



10. What has the response been to your music on the web?



The response has been really good. It really means a lot to us when people take time out to listen. We are so grateful!



11. How did the recording of the EP go?



The recording of our EP went so well. We recorded our EP with David Newton, who was a member of The Mighty Lemon Drops. Working with him in the studio was a dream. He was so fun and creative in the studio that it brought out the best in all of us. As a result, we recorded more than the six songs found on our new EP.



12. What has the response been to it so far?



The response from our EP has been great. Again, we are so thankful that people are taking the time out to listen to our music.



13. Have you guys had much response from radio or record labels?



Our EP is going for adds this week at college radio here in the states. We are pretty excited. I think some stations are already spinning our songs. There seems to be some interest from some record labels, which is really flattering.



14. What is next for The Little Ones?



I think we are concentrating on booking more shows in the next couple months. Hopefully we can come out to Australia in the near future!


Jenny Dalton

Jenny Dalton
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Interview With Jenny Dalton By Chris 26/4/06

Jenny Dalton is a fantastic powefull singer
songwriter
Her music is excellent with such power and emotion.
She writes with honesty and with great melodies and
vocals
She is worthy of an interview on this site, so here it
is.
So read on and find out what she had to say.

Jenny
Website

1.How did you get into music?

I grew up in a music-loving household. My dad played set in
a garage band, and the radio was always on. I loved to
sing, and I sang myself to sleep before I could even talk.
My parents always brought my brother, sister and I cheap
toy instruments. I wrote my first songs on those.

2.What were your major influences?

I am influenced by anything that makes an emotional impact
on me. I am generally a very happy, care free person, but
sometimes my songs can be pretty serious because serious
things motivate me to write. Musically, I am probably
influenced by what I love to listen to. I love to listen to
musicians who layer interesting sounds and who take lyrics
seriously. Kristen Hersh and Tori Amos are my favorite
lyricists.

3. If you could have a three band bill who would they
be?

Kate Bush, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kristen Hersh (I’ve seen a lot
of Tori shows, so I guess I can take her off the dream
list)

4. What has been the highlight of your career so
far?

My career is only beginning, but I love the momentum I
feel. The highlight was the release show for my debut CD,
Fleur de Lily, which had a lot of great publicity and drew
a sizable crowd.

5. What the response been to the album?

Very positive. I have a lot of interest not only from my
hometown, but internationally (Australia, for example
J).

6. What inspires you when writing music?

I guess I kind of answered this in question #2, but my
songs come from a quiet place. I sit at the piano and kind
of zone out. I hit the keys and let the words come. Many of
the songs on the new CD are about my relationship with a
soldier sent to war, and about trying to stay optimistic
through a lot of uncertainty.

7. What made you want to go out and play
music?

I wrote songs and played music at home for my cat for many
years. I was reading an inspiring book, and I got the urge
to challenge myself and go play a few songs at an open mic
night. It took many open mics before I was mostly
comfortable on stage (I still get nervous though). I just
wanted to keep going.

8. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the MP3
format?

I think it’s great for musicians who are just starting out
and need to expose as many people to their music as
possible. Eventually though, we want to be able to eat and
pay the bills. Creating music is a very expensive endeavor,
so it’s always cool of fans to support their favorite
musicians by buying their music.

9. Who would most like to record a song with?

The Smiths and/or Drummer Matt Chamberlain.

10. Do you think the Internet is good for helping
artists get known?

Absolutely. It allows people to become known without the
help of a record label.

11. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

My favorite CD right now is the new Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

12. Who has helped you out the most?

So many people have helped with so many aspects that it’s
hard to name. MySpace and local bands and musicians has
helped with networking. Matt Freed was amazing in recording
and engineering the CD, all of the musicians and visual
artist involved with the project, and of course friends and
family for their support.

13. What has the response been to your music on the
web?

People have been responding very positively to my music on
the web. I get nice messages from people all over the
world.

14. What is like being an independent artist in
America?

It’s very competitive, but also very easy to get into if
you’re motivated enough. Major labels are loosing ground or
just spewing out corporate ‘artists’ like Britney Spears.
It’s wonderful that people are still creating meaningful
music and that people still want to listen to it. The only
problem is that independent artists have a huge hurdle to
leap over if they want to become mainstream.

15. What are some of your favorite movies?

Lost in Translation, I Heart Huckabees, Garden State,
Shipping News, Steel Magnolias

16. What have you seen recently you really
enjoyed?

Unfortunately, nothing. I don’t get out to movies very
often, and when I do, I’m always disappointed. For example,
The Hills Have Eyes is HORRIBLE.

17. What is next for Jenny Dalton?

I plan on playing frequent shows in a few major cities
including my hometown Minneapolis, then New York, Chicago,
and London. My birthday is in September, and my gift to
myself will be to get back into the studio to begin
recording my next CD.

Jenny Dalton

Jenny MySpace
Page

Katherine Schell

Katherine Schell
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Interview With Katherine Schell By Chris 20/4/06

Katherine Schell is a fantastic singer songwriter
Her music is very good and powerfull.
She writes with honesty and with great melodies and
vocals
She is worthy of an interview on this site, so here it
is.
So read on and find out what she had to say.

Katherine
Website

1. How did you get into music?

-I started taking piano lessons at the age of six. I’ve
been very musically involved in various choirs and bands
growing up, but I didn’t really develop a passion for music
until I was about 15. The early teen years were difficult
for me because my youngest brother, Greg, was diagnosed
with leukaemia, and I had also torn my ACL playing sports.
Sports were always a way for me to vent my frustrations. So
with all of this devastation, I began writing music.

2. What were your major influences?

-My youngest brother/best friend, Greg, was definitely the
one person who triggered the idea of songwriting. I really
don’t have one band or style of music that has influenced
me; at least I’m not aware of it yet. I think with my style
of playing piano, there is definitely some classical
influence.

3. If you could have a three band bill who would they
be?

-Catpower, Feist, Sufjan Stevens

4. What has been the highlight of your career so
far?

-Winning the VH1 international songwriter of the year award
for the song ‘Rest Assured.”

5. What has the response been to the album?

-Many people have positively responded to the production of
the album. I was lucky to work with two brilliant producers
on the album – Stefan Clark, and Mat Lejeune. I’ve gotten
good responses to the vocals and the harmonies I use when
singing.

6. What inspires you when writing music?

-First, I think it is really important you understand my
approach to writing. I usually begin with a melody (vocal
line). This melody just pops into my head while I’m in
class or on the train ride home or something. Once I have
that melody down solid, I’ll put piano chords to it. From
there it’s all about elaborating the piano part, or putting
vocal harmonies with it. So there really isn’t anything in
particular that inspires me when writing the music to the
piece. However, when I write the lyrics, I usually write
about something dark. Dark experiences are normally hard
for me to talk about with people. Writing music is just one
way of releasing some bottled up negative energy.

7. What made you want to go out and play
music?

-I wanted to be an inspiration to people. One of the first
times I played in front of anyone was at the Relay for
Life. The Relay for Life is a benefit for anyone who has
had or is fighting cancer. I played ‘Come to Me’ (a song I
wrote for my brother) during the luminary service. When I
was finished playing the song, I looked up and didn’t see
one dry face in the audience. I was amazed to know that I
could have such an effect on so many people. Since then,
I’ve been very active in donating a portion of the proceeds
I make to Special Days Camps for kids with cancer.

8. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the mp3
format?

-Regardless of what happens with MP3 file sharing, it is a
great way for bands to promote their material without
generating more landfill through the production of promo
CDs.

9. Who would most like to record a song with?

-Catpower

10. Do you think the internet is good for helping
artists get known?

-Definitely. Two of the major sites that have helped me get
so much exposure are through myspace.com and facebook.com.
People can just click on my myspace site, for example, and
listen to my music or see when my next shows are. It’s a
great way to connect with other bands too.

11. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

-I’m in a stage where I’m listening to a lot of folk music.
Catpower, Feist, Sufjan Stevens are three of my favourite
artists.

12. Who has helped you out the most?

-My family has supported me most on my quest of becoming a
known artist.

13. What has the response been to your music on the
web?

-I’ve gotten positive responses from people that live on
the other side of the world. I’ve gotten good feedback and
made a lot of fans through the internet. You should check
out my myspace page.

14. What is like being an independent artist in
America?

-I like being an indie artist because I don’t have anyone
telling me what to look like or how to sound. I have
complete control over my image and art.

15. What are some of your favourite movies?

-Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Donnie Darko, Royal
Tenenbaums, Life Aquatic, Rushmore, Lost in Translation.
I’m a big Wes Anderson fan!

16. What have you seen recently you really
enjoyed?

-Walk the Line

17. What is next for Katherine Schell?

-My biggest priority right now is working on a second
album.


Carly Binding

Carly Binding
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Interview With Carly Binding By Chris 19/4/06

Carly Binding is a great New Zealand singer
songwriter
Her Debut album Passenger was excellent but her new stuff
is mind blowing.
I knew I had to interview her for the site
I for one can’t wait to hear the new album.
So read on and find out what she had to say.
Carly MySpace
Page

1. How did you get into music?

It’s always been part of my life i guess. My mother was a
dancer and ran a dance school, I learnt from a young age
but always saw music as my number one thing. I started
doing recording sessions with various people in NZ at about
15 and studied music for 2 years when I was 18 and 19. I
can’t imagine doing anything else.

2. What were your major influnces?

I can remember dad playing records by The Animals, Bruce
Springsteen, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan and Randy
Newman when I was very young. I’m not sure if they
influenced me so much but I still listen to The Animals now
and then. At the moment I’m listening to The Greenhorns,
The Cardigans, The pretenders, Beck, The Cure, The Yeah
Yeah Yeah’s, Blockparty and just about anything else I can
get my hands on – well, that’s good anyway.

3. If you could have a three band bill who would they
be?

Oh hard one! Perhaps The Rolling Stones, Jimmy Hendrix and
Elvis

4. What has been the highlight of your career so
far?

I spent a week last year in Freemantle writing with Kav,
Joel and Stu from Eskimo Joe. I went into the situation
having basically all the songs written for my new record
(So Radiate) and had no expectations. We hung out at Kav’s
for the week and came out the other end with four great
songs. Magical.

5. Were you happy with the response to
Passenger?

Passenger opened a lot of doors for me in NZ and Oz. As a
result a spent a lot of time touring and doing press in
Australia. It became a second home for me and gave me a lot
of great memories. It’s the most amazing thing to know
people are listening to something you’ve spent so long
writing and creating. The record takes on a whole new
life.

6. What inspires you when writing music?

People. Moments. Heartbreak and the resulting macabre
humour in it. Listening to a great band or just hearing a
great line in a favourite song.

7. Were you surprised that Passenger went
gold?

To be honest I would’ve liked to have sold more but I also
know that people who buy my records are very loyal music
fans/listeners. I kind of feel like the songs are in safe
hands ya know, that they’ll be listened to and heard.

8. What has been the response to your new stuff you have
put out?

I’ve had nothing but positive feedback about the new songs.
I want to set a precedent for myself. I think I’d get bored
if I kept making the same record over and over, which I’m
sure is easy to do. I guess I want the freedom to make
whatever type of record I feel like at the time.

9. Who would most like to record a song with?

Oh that’s easy. There are two actually. Chrissie Hynde and
also The Cardigans.

10. So you happy with how things have gone so
far?

I’m more than happy with my life. Although being a musician
is sometimes a hard and lonely choice it also makes me an
incredibly lucky person. What could be better than writing
songs and making records!!!!

11. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

Oh I think I answered this earlier. oh well.

12. What inspired you when writing/making the new
album?

I wrote So Radiate over a relatively short period of time
bar a few songs. It was a very low and transitional time
for me so I tried to make some kind of truth out of that,
something to give the listener which makes them go “hang
on, I know what’s going on here”. There’s a risk of writing
a record too down when in that frame of mind but I decided
to make the sentiments a little more poetic.

13. How did you get involved with Boh Runga on the first
album?

Boh has been one of my best friends for many years and at
the time I was in a long term relationship with one of the
members of her band Stellar. He Andrew Maclaren) also
produced Passenger.

14. What are some of your favourite movies?

There are so many! There’s an amazing Australian film
called Lantana that I love. More recently I saw and fell in
love with Brokeback Mountain. It’s such a human story,
broke my heart.

15. Have you tried your luck overseas with your music
yet?

Apart from New Zealand and Australia I haven’t done
anything major overseas but have had some big interest in
So Radiate from the UK and America. I guess we’ll see what
happens. I try not to expect anything nor hang my hat on a
certain ideal because it can lead to let down. I’ll just
keep making records and see where it takes me.


Alibi

Alibi
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Interview With Matt From Alibi By Chris 13/4/06

Alibi are an up and coming rock band from
Australia.
After hearing their music on Starburst Sound Check I was
hooked.
They write and play fantastic music and well are going to
be huge.
So read on folks and find out what your missing

Alibi
Website

1. How did the band form?

We all went to school together and have played with each
other for ages, but the band really didn’t ‘form’ until
later, when we were at Uni.

2. What were your major influences?

Our major influences are probably U2, Coldplay. Matchbox 20
was up there at the start as well…

3. If you could have a three-band bill who would they
be?

For me personally, U2, Robbie Williams and The Killers at
the moment…

4. What has been the highlight of your career so
far?

Our highlight so far was probably the recent launch of our
latest EP ‘Before the Early Beyond the Late’ at the
Princess Theatre in Brisbane. The show was packed and we
hada great time.

5. Have you had much response from any record labels or
radio?

Back home in regional Queensland, our stuff gets played all
the time on radio, which is really encouraging and great,
but we have not had any commercial radio play as yet.

6. Why did the band enter Starburst
Soundcheck?

Exposure primarily, and something to work towards as well.
The prize wasn’t the appealing really, but it was great
exposure and a good opportunity.

7. Did that help the band in anyway?

It helped generate some hype; we also made some good
contacts down in Melbourne… It also gave us a great
opportunity to see Melbourne and travel together as a
band.

8. Were you happy with the response from it?

Yeah we couldn’t have been happier really, considering that
we ranked 3rd Nationally out of over 400 artists, we were
really encouraged and motivated by that result.

9. What are your thoughts on file sharing and the mp3
format?

I think Mp3s are useful for what they are… A
compressed form of a recording… They are certainly
useful for artists to distribute and present music online.
Illegal downloading is an obvious example of how technology
can and is abused. I personally think that the format
itself has now become so widely accepted that artists and
companies need to accept it and work on ways to promote and
present their music through that medium effectively. I
Tunes is a good example of a good use of the Mp3 or AAC
format.

10. Do you think the Internet is good for helping
artists get known?

Yeah, we wouldn’t be known by half the people that we are
if it wasn’t for the internet. Things like band websites
and myspace are growing in popularity every day. The
Internet is a useful medium to promote yourself.

11. What bands/artists are you listening to
lately?

I have been listening to The Killers latest album ‘Hot
Fuss’ as well as a few Australian bands. Faker, Gyroscope
and The Hot Lies I have been getting into recently.

12. Who has helped you out the most?

God.

13. What has the response been to your music on the
web?

We get a great reaction from our Myspace, and the Starburst
competition last year was a good indication of the way the
web has helped us as a band.

14. How did the recording of the new EP go?

Long. It was a really long and tiring process. We did it
ourselves with my small home studio setup. A lot of hours
and work, but it was worth it and we are happy with the
result.

15. Have you guys had much response from radio or record
labels?

Not as yet, but we’re hoping to with this new EP

16. What is next for Alibi?

We really want to focus on our live stuff for the rest of
this year, hopefully land some support shows, play the
festival circuit early next year and tour up north and down
south by the end of this year.