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Hard Livin' & Hard Playin'
Modern Beats Grace New Jazz Release
Speed Picked Instrumental Metal
Slovenia's Instrumental Rock Future
I usually will come up with ideas by throwing on my drum machine and just playing riffs, or by sitting in front of the TV and getting inspiration from whatever is on. I wrote the song "The Fugitive" while watching the movie of the same name. All the action was incredible, and the song turned out to be just as intense.
I was on mp3.com for a while, but my opinion of the web is that piracy seems to be the end result of all the freebies, so we are staying with pressings even though they get copied and sent out for free. I`m a professional recording artist, so I`m committed to charging for my work.
Improvisational Boldness Meets Esoterica
Polish Instrumentalist Creates Progressive Rock
Evocative, Guitar-Driven World Music
Adept At Rock, Blues, Metal, Funk & More
Guitar-Oriented Rock/Blues Band
Contrasting Styles Drive Instrumental Rock
A Pattern Of Heavy Progressive Fusion
Sweden's New Instrumental Progressive Rock
Releases New Acoustic Solo Guitar Album
If I want to compose neoclassical metal, I would be listening and analyzing all the CDs that I`ve got in my collection. Then I am ready to absorb all these influences into my playing and my compositions. The good thing is that the final result is totally different from the tunes that I listened to for inspiration.
Ambient Neo-Progressive Cyber-Rock
Latin Jazz Guitarist Looks To Shine
Musically Captivating Acoustic Blend
An Abundance Of Guitar Styles
Spanish Instrumentalist's Raw Hard Rock
Modern Jazz Meets World Cultures
Acoustically Combining Ethnic Influences
Rocking The Folk With Blues
Comtemporary Electric Folk Guitar
Guitar As Sound Source For Improvisation
Blues To Country, Jazz To Rock
Instrumental Heavy Metal Shred From Italy
Dance Beat-Driven Progressive Groove
For me it`s the biggest challenge to stand out from the rest of the bands out there. The market is so full of bands out there these days! There must be at least 100 new albums coming out every month, just for metal music. So, imagine how hard it is to make a difference!
I think that for these great guitar magazines the most important thing is to sell copies, so they are "compelled" to put on covers and dedicate as much space as they can to the most famous guitarists -- in fact, there are always the same names featured! It would be cool to some day see a cover with all the undiscovered ones!
Fastest Six-Stringer On The Planet?
Sweden's Experimental Instrumental Rock