Sugar, Spice and Everything Wavy: An Interview with Wavy Spice (Written)

Wavy Spice posing in a bodega located in The Bronx, NY

The greatest artists are often the most humble despite their “larger than life” persona, and Wavy Spice is no different. Eloquent and approachable, Spice is a woman who harbors great taste in fashion, an extensive knowledge in music and a strong personality. The walk to her apartment was a colorful one, as she spoke freely while admiring the shops along the way.... Read More

The King and I : An Interview with Bodega BAMZ

Bodega Bamz

The grey ping- pong table at Reed Space in the Lower East Side served as round table for a budding King. Bodega Bamz and fellow members of The TanBoys gathered together last night for the release of his newest mixtape, Strictly for my P.A.P.I.Z.  Bamz, with the mannerisms of a Czar, spoke in a passionate lower octave, yet remained approachable, greeting all supports with a brotherly... Read More

Kevin Devine: What’s So Funny?


Brooklyn’s own Kevin Devine released his sixth full-length album September 15th of this year on Razor & Tie / Favorite Gentlemen Records. The album covers everything from the environment to love to the debt clock in New York. He distinguishes his latest album from his past work by experimenting with different sounds generated by a variety of instruments, some improvised... Read More

Last Good Tooth: Scotch and Some Music

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I caught up with Last Good Tooth, one of BRM’s Artists to Watch, during CMJ 2011. I went over to Sultan Studios in TriBeCa (as is turns out singer/guitarist Penn Sultan is the son of fairly prominent artist Donald Sultan), where I sat down with the quartet for a quick chat, and then had a glimpse into their band practice. With the band spread out between Providence, RI, and New... Read More

Joe Pug: Between Me and the Audience

Joe Pug Press Photo 2

“It’s time for our generation to have a voice.” For Chicago, IL / Austin, TX-based musician Joe Pug, the artistic and political discourse of the baby-boomer generation—the dominant creative voice of the past fifty years—has had its turn. Pug represents an important change in the generational tide of American folk music. He spoke to BRM at his hotel in Melbourne, Australia,... Read More

Q&A: Trentemøller

Anders Trentemøller

Anders Trentemøller Danish producer Anders Trentemøller was in NYC with a full band last week for a show at Webster Hall. The performance was a success following a sold-out tour this past spring, which included performances at SXSW and Coachella, and BRM was lucky enough to slip in a quick Q&A with the artist before his leaving town: BRM: When you were in the US earlier in... Read More

Praise and Scorn with Christopher Paul Stelling

Christopher Paul Stelling

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