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Timmy DeRella – The DeRellas – Uber Rock Interview Exclusive

February 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

Timmy DeRella – The DeRellas – Uber Rock Interview Exclusive http://ift.tt/1SRJBtc With a brand new line-up, a London club night, and playing with some punk rock legends when they need a killer bass player, Timmy DeRella is a busy boy. Uber Rock got in touch to find out what’s up with The DeRellas, and who the new band member is. So, it’s over to Timmy… Pogo Pogo! from Interviews http://ift.tt/1PYQiEs [read on]

Roland Grapow of Masterplan (and ex-Helloween) Interview (Part 2)

February 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

PART . Read on: http://ift.tt/1nHQwKo SleazeRoxx.com says: Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to “Ride The Rhino,” the attitude remained the same as they gave the general public the middle finger. Often sleaze bands came across better live [read on]

The Uber Rock Singles Club – January 2016

January 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/1nvE4N4 Another year was over and no sooner was the tinsel back in the box than it was business as usual as the first round of wonderful singles hit the decks at Uber Rock HQ. Mixmaster Dom Daley is the man behind the wheels of steel and this month he’s spinning new releases by the likes of The Hip Priests, Smash Fashion, V8, Tango Pirates and whole lot more b sides…… from Featüres [read on]

No Sugarcoating & No Bullshit: January

January 31, 2016 // 0 Comments

http://ift.tt/1RT9Kcj Something a little different in the first blog of the year from Uber Rock’s Jo Hayes. Here, in her first column since the passing of Lemmy, she interviews her father, Pilly, of Devils Jukebox Records, who speaks honestly about his friendship with the iconic Motörhead mainman….. from Featüres [read on]

Roland Grapow of Masterplan (and ex-Helloween) Interview (Part 1)

January 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

PART . Read on: http://ift.tt/1Po9YWF SleazeRoxx.com says: Sleaze rock is the bastard child of heavy metal, as the term defines a musical genre that has almost as much to do with attitude as songs. The music itself is rebellious, aggressive and downright nasty. The PMRC hated it, as did your parents. Whether it was Zodiac Mindwarp claiming to be the “Tattooed Beat Messiah,” Spread Eagle getting “Back On The Bitch,” L.A. Guns wanting some “Sex Action,” or Rhino Bucket begging fans to “Ride The Rhino,” the attitude remained the same as they gave the general public the middle finger. Often sleaze bands came across better live [read on]

Nick Beggs – The Mute Gods – Uber Rock Exclusive Interview

January 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

Nick Beggs – The Mute Gods – Uber Rock Exclusive Interview http://ift.tt/1ZVvgBL ‘Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me’ the debut album from The Mute Gods hit the shelves this very weekend. Here Nick Beggs the driving force behind the band tells Uber Rock’s Eamon O’Neill all about his new record, what it means to also be working with Steve Wilson, what it was like being a an eighties pop sensation and the fall out he experienced from that era. from Interviews [read on]

Joe Satriani On Chickenfoot

January 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

By NORTHWEST MUSIC SCENE Joe Satriani is a guitar virtuoso and although that’s a pretty heavy title, Joe wears it well. I’ve seen him live a number of times and his fluid control of the fretboard puts him on the level of the absolute best that have ever picked up a guitar. Even though he has influenced an entire generation of shredders, he is about as humble and devoid of ego about it as one in his position can be. Not only has his inventive style influenced the masses but as a guitar teacher he worked with well-known players such as Steve Vai,  Kirk Hammett and a host of others that are considered masters of the instrument. Joe has [read on]