Pocket Knife’s exquisite 6-song EP from 2012, Broke & Heartbroke, is a beautiful basement recording bursting with bucolic harmonies, heart-on-sleeve themes, and wry humour that will make alt-country addicts egress. Vivoscene recently connected with them for a full-length interview.
Vivoscene interviews David Miller, the American tenor for Il Divo, shortly after the group met with Elizabeth II, Queen of England, as part of her Diamond Jubilee festivities.
The music duo Svelt St., based in San Francisco, is a fascinating case. Multi-talented, broad-minded, and obstinately evolving, they’re impossible to pin down! JD Halperin takes on the challenge in this exclusive Vivoscene interview.
We recently connected with Miracles of Modern Science co-founder Evan Younger to find out more about this intriguing band, whose string-based mix of classical and indie rock is characterized by joyful intensity. Their new album ‘Dog Year’ is one of our Must Have recordings of 2012…
Vivoscene met up with Jon Gallant, the bass player from Billy Talent, a group who hardly needs an introduction. Now any celebrity with a brain appears decent when people are listening, but Gallant gives the impression that if you were to put a hundred random people in a room, he’ll be the nicest, most humble of all, never mind he’s a rock star.
Lemon Bucket Orkestra is one of Toronto’s premier folk-party bands. Recently they sat down with Vivoscene for an exclusive interview to talk about their own special brand of musical multiculturalism…