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140 Character Interview with Lem and the White Fire

Yes, it’s been a while since we’ve had a 140 character interview on here! But it’s back and it’s with an awesome band. Lem and the White Fire have an excellent sound and make for an exciting listen. I was more than happy to take the opportunity to grab them for a quick interview over Twitter.

@musicment: Describe your music?

@lemwhitefire: L&TWH is described to exude originality and quirkiness. This is an organic project which hopes to deliver music to the people with honesty. (more…)

Owls of the Swamp 140 Character Interview

Owls of the Swamp is the project of Australian Pete Uhlenbruch and is wonderfully charming and folksie. Latest single The Hypnotist was recently chosen as a Musical Nourishment Song of the Day and remains a favourite track. One of the best things about Owls of the Swamp is that not only is Uhlenbruch a creator of brilliant music but he is a fan of it too. (more…)

Ash Lee 140 Character Interview

Ash Lee is a singer/songwriter from Hampshire (making him a local musician for me) with a great passion for what he does. His track Yesterday’s News is a catchy little song with a great beat and a chorus that’ll be stuck in your head. The sort of synthy experimentation (nope that probably isn’t the correct terminology) with his voice at the beginning  and the guitar solo toward the end give the song an extra edge making, it a very good offering.  (more…)

Call Upon the Author 140 Character Interview

Welcome to our second instalment of our 140 character interviews.

Today we’ve been talking to Call Upon the Author, a website dedicated to music talent. It’s based in Portsmouth and features some of the best music around. (more…)

Folkstock 140 Character Interview

If you’re wondering exactly what this is, it’s a brand new feature in which Musical Nourishment utilises the medium of Twitter to conduct an interview in 140 characters or less.

All questions will be asked in one 140 character tweet and the interviewee is allowed to answer each question with separate tweets to allow for, well you know, answers. This is also done in the hope that spelling and grammar will not be forsaken. (more…)