Interviews and Features

  • Studio Diary: Lauren Flaherty

    I began 2011 snowed in with Imogen Heap.  Well, not really.  It’s more accurate to say I started the year hiding from the back-to-back snowstorms...

  • Studio Diary: This Blue Heaven

    This Blue Heaven – Recorded at Camp St. Studios, Cambridge, MA This Blue Heaven is a fantastic Boston-based, female fronted pop/rock band. The group recently...

  • Studio Diary: The Bynars

    Straight from the band’s collective mouth, “This is our first full-length LP.  We self-released three EPs in 2008 and 2009.  The album is about two-years...

  • Promoter Profile: ONS Productions

    There are more musicians, songwriters, producers, beat makers, rappers, rockers and electro-poppers than ever before. With social networking outlets delivering your music directly to the...

  • Navigating the Rabbit Trail: Bunny Bands

    We here at Performer have noticed the recent trend of rabbit-themed band names multiplying like…well, bunnies, I suppose. So, in an effort to get you...

  • Studio Diary: Spirit Kid

    Boston’s Spirit Kid has been generating quite the buzz locally, and that word-of-mouth is sure to spread with their latest 7-inch release. Emeen Zarookian, the...

  • Spotlight: The Cinnamon Band

    An Ever-Evolving Big Band of Two With just a two-piece band in front of them, many would expect a minimalist sound to emerge from the...

  • Spotlight: Brian McGee

    Philly’s Southern Gentleman Somewhere in the city of Asheville, North Carolina lives Brian McGee, a folk singing, punk rock influenced, guitar building mountain man who...

  • Spotlight: Moe Green

    Soundtrack for the Dreamer   Spend five minutes talking to Moe Green, and you may question his chosen moniker. Green, born Gregory Carter, exhibits none...

  • Filligar: Taking Care of (Family) Business

    “You can imagine the tension that gets created in the creative process when you’re dealing with three brothers and plenty of testosterone.”   Filligar has...