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Sticky Jazz Interview I Ya Toyah

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She is a one woman army that blends the chaos and balance with a familiar vibe of industrial electronica sound. Her music is a fusion of smooth, cutting edge vocals, surreal guitars, hypnotizing beats and multiple electronic synth elements arising into dark arrangements that, combined with storytelling lyrics, respond to the paranoia of everyday reality.

I Ya Toyah spent the majority of 2020 in
her studio working on new music, as well as taking part in multiple
collaborations including vocal performances with the project Featured by
Julian Beeston ( Iron Man, Batman Begins movie sound design, Nitzer
Ebb, Cubanate), Tear Down The Walls Tribute to Pink Floyd by Riveting
Music, and many more. In March 2020 she released the remix project for
the Code Blue album, including the collaboration with Rhys Fulber of
Front Line Assembly and Conjure One, Tim Skold, Grendel and more. The
release is available for download at .


https://iyatoyah.bandcamp.com/ 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/5pig0rzYT7aqLkAryQjF45 

https://www.facebook.com/IYaToyah 

https://www.instagram.com/iyatoyah/ 

https://www.youtube.com/c/Iyatoyah 

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Episode · 2 days ago

Sticky Jazz Interview Para Lia

Para Lia, Imagine New Model Army meets Fury In The Slaughterhouse, and Peter Hook's first solo venture from New Order called "Revenge" yeah, that is how this band sounds. 

Originally from Falkenberg Germany, Para Lia is an indie rock duo, now based in Cottbus near Berlin. Influenced by the rhythms and tones of ‘90s alt-rock and the synth density of ‘80s darkwave, their own sound blends melodic guitars, along with distinctive lead guitar and resonant synths.

Comprised of René Methner (all instruments and vocals) and Cindy Methner (backing vocals), their band name was born of their love for Greece, with para lia, (παραλία) meaning “coast” or “beach" in Greek - a name full of mystery but optimism, which both has history and evokes a balance of the masculine and feminine.

Deep literary references, and great music, these two are not to be overlooked. 

Episode · 1 week ago

Sticky Jazz Interview I Ya Toyah

She is a one woman army that blends the chaos and balance with a familiar vibe of industrial electronica sound. Her music is a fusion of smooth, cutting edge vocals, surreal guitars, hypnotizing beats and multiple electronic synth elements arising into dark arrangements that, combined with storytelling lyrics, respond to the paranoia of everyday reality.

I Ya Toyah spent the majority of 2020 in
her studio working on new music, as well as taking part in multiple
collaborations including vocal performances with the project Featured by
Julian Beeston ( Iron Man, Batman Begins movie sound design, Nitzer
Ebb, Cubanate), Tear Down The Walls Tribute to Pink Floyd by Riveting
Music, and many more. In March 2020 she released the remix project for
the Code Blue album, including the collaboration with Rhys Fulber of
Front Line Assembly and Conjure One, Tim Skold, Grendel and more. The
release is available for download at .


https://iyatoyah.bandcamp.com/ 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/5pig0rzYT7aqLkAryQjF45 

https://www.facebook.com/IYaToyah 

https://www.instagram.com/iyatoyah/ 

https://www.youtube.com/c/Iyatoyah 

Episode · 2 weeks ago

Sticky Jazz Interview Madisyn Whajne


Groundbreaking Canadian female vocalist Whajne's debut album is an invigorating and bittersweet offering, demonstrating resilience and survival in the face of pain and heartbreak, blending elements of such artists as Alvvays, Snail Mail, Rilo Kiley and Real Estate. Here we find straight driving guitars and semi-gritty punk rock drums, topped off with vocals radiating a sunny surfer pop vibe... a little sultry with some attitude.

Whajne
(pronounced Wayne) - a member of the Whitefish River First Nation (Manitoulin District of Ontario) - has spent most of her life searching: for her purpose, for her family, for herself. Taken from her parents as a toddler during the infamous Sixties Scoop, in which the Canadian government forcibly rehoused tens of thousands of native children, Whajne grew up without knowing her real name, to say nothing of her heritage. Her life has been shaped by a hunger for truth and understanding, a yearning that lies at the core of her artistry.

#canadiansingers
#madisynwhajne #firstamericanmusicians

Website http://www.madisynwhajne.com 

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/madisynwhajne 

Bandcamp https://madisynwhajne.bandcamp.com 

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/misswhajne 

Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/madisynwhajne 

Twitter https://twitter.com/whajne 

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdMe_395EavNwqWj-8M9T2g 

Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/177Cg6LjXfuhEAkyGAMxD4 

Apple Music https://music.apple.com/ca/artist/madisyn-whajne/id1527208883 

Episode · 3 weeks ago

Sticky Jazz interview Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen is the greatest Rock & Roll photographer of all time. If you have seen the photos of John Lennon standing in front of the statue of liberty, or in his "New York" sleevless shirt, or, the iconic Led Zeppelin in front of the airplane, or Sid Vicious of The Sex Pistols holding the hot dog, you have seen his work. 

Bob Gruen was friends with everyone in music, just because of the opportunities he made happen, suddenly landing him backstage or in front of the band shooting some of the greatest shots in music history. 

Bob felt it was important to document the events, though at the time he really was unaware how important his photos would be as time moved on from those moments, making them "history". 

You will probably see some you recognize of: 

Queen, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, The Runaways, The Clash, The Sex Pistols, Ike and Tina Turner, Elton John, The Who, Bo Diddley, Blondie, The Ramones, Iggy Pop ... you get the idea. 

He is a very thoughtful guy, with some incredible stories. There are links to the galleries that sell his photos below. (And you need to get his book "The Right Place At The right Time" it is worth it for any music junkie to read)

http://www.bobgruen.com/ 

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