Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: TARTUFI

Tartufi is not your typical two-person band.  Hell, it’s not your typical four-person band.  It’s not even your typical eight-person band.  Well, fine, that’s hyperbole, but the eight-piece band would need to have a glockenspiel player.  If there’s no glockenspiel, … Continue reading

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Interview- My Gold Mask

Elitish interviews Chicago rock band, My Gold Mask Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: BUKE AND GASS

Photo Courtesy of Buke and Gass Buke and Gass is a New York duo that sounds oh so much larger.  Using homemade (yet professional quality) instruments, the “Buke”(pronounced “byouk”) and the “Gass”(rhymes with “pace”) in the band’s name stems from … Continue reading

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Interview: Charles Bissell (The Wrens) Part 1 of 2

The first part of a two part interview between Elitish and Charles Bissell of The Wrens Continue reading

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Interview: Charles Bissell (The Wrens) Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of Elitish’s Interview with Charles Bissell of the Wrens Continue reading

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Interview: Peter Adams

Peter Adams is a singer-songwriter from Cincinnati who writes, arranges, and records lush orchestral indie pop songs. His second album, “I Woke Up With Planets In My Face,” was released in 2008, and certain bloggers/prep-hop superstars listed it as the second best album of the year. Elitish recently got a hold of Peter, and asked him a few questions about his recording methods, the pluses and minuses of letting music fans decide what to pay for music, and why he doesn’t care if the Smashing Pumpkins wants to make songs Nickelback fans would like. Continue reading

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