Interviews

Interviews reveal the secrets behind these artists’ uniqueness, original perspective and take on the music industry, hard work and success. It is a pleasure to follow them on their journey, to hear the lessons they learn and how those enrich their next steps and evolve their music.

  • Santino De La Tore (SDLT): Interview - featured 2017, May 20th Santino De La Tore1 In Music meets with international composer and producer Santino De La Tore (SDLT). Los-Angeles-based via Peru, SDLT has risen to fame in both South America and the United States. Today, he composes and produces solo albums, as well as music for startup apps, commercials, Hollywood films, television series, and more. We had a few ... read on
  • Interview with Reggae Show Presenter Empress T (Trish) 2017, May 19th Canalside Radio's own Reggae amabassador Trish aka Empress TTiki Black interviews Canalside Radio Reggae ambassador Trish aka Empress T Next year marks 50 years since Reggae music was created. Canalside Radio Reggae ambassador Trish is campaigning to the BBC for a fair representation of Reggae music and artists to be established by then. I have seen the passion of this lady for the genre, its artists ... read on
  • Ariel Currant: Interview 2017, Feb 12th Ariel CurrantAriel Currant is a singer/songwriter from Ankeny, Iowa. Her amazing voice and insightful lyrics are perfectly matched with pop music, EDM, and electric crossover music. It became evident to everyone around her very early that her connection with music was strong. While most kids spoke of their feelings and thoughts, Ariel chose to sing about ... read on
  • Interview: Money Carsin 2016, Oct 14th Money CarsinMoney Carsin has been a man on the move for many years. A Division One basketball scholarship couldn’t keep this man out of the studio. After college, Money was on his grind harder than ever, appearing on mix tapes throughout the Tri-State. The artist has appeared on mix tapes hosted by Dame Grease, DJ Delz, DJ ... read on
  • Interview: Morrow’s Memory 2016, Sep 21st Morrow's Memory - Take ControlMetro-Detroit’s own, Morrow’s Memory, possess an elusive sound depicted as ‘sophisticated rock-forged with head-banging riffs, lyrics that speak to the masses and melodies that resonate in your soul’. That has certainly converted into significant airplay, reviews, magazine features, and other press worldwide. 1 In Music meets the band for an interview as the group promotes their follow-up EP ... read on
  • Interview: Khoen 2016, Sep 09th KhoenKhoen is an artist and songwriter currenty located in Sweden. He has been writing music for other artists since he was 13 years old. This year, he will be releasing his first solo project in 5 years called ” Call Me Kenji “. First out is his single  ” Shake ” that drops at the ... read on
  • Interview: Em Soto 2016, Sep 08th Interview: Em SotoEm Soto is an American Hip Hop artist and record producer from Brooklyn, NY. Soto created his own label IV Entertainment in 2013 being the front line artist and producer alongside J. Gordon, and label co owner G-Lyves, going on to form a group known asThe Hafwayz. After the label was created Em Soto was ... read on
  • Interview: Young Dread 2016, Aug 25th Interview: Young DreadBorn in the “low country – Geechee Island region of South Carolina”, Young Dread developed his unique slang known as Geechee. His heroes included all of the 75% of slaves that came through the Battery (the auction block in Charleston, SC) and held on to the unique Gullah culture. The Gullah people are directly descended ... read on
  • Interview: Jean Dubreus aka J.D. 2016, Aug 08th Jean Dubreus was born in Haiti in a nice country town called Port De Paix. He came to the US in 2000 to chase the American Dream. While singing in the local church choir, Jean was quickly reminded of his unique voice and amazing talent by his peers. Always thirsty for knowledge, he started to ... read on
  • Interview: Dr. Brenda Jefferson 2016, Aug 05th Dr. Brenda JeffersonBorn in Tampa, FL, Dr. Brenda Jefferson grew up sheltered, shy, and bound by an overwhelming spirit of fear. At the tender age of 25 years old, Dr. Jefferson was introduced to the world of ministry. Through an emotionally abusive childhood and a physically abusive first marriage, she began to transform as she saturated her ... read on