Our Approach to Interviews

We believe that the average listener often forgets musicians are people too, not just “out of touch” faceless band names. So why don’t just talk informally and share thoughts? It’s not all about the music, either!
Being artists doesn’t mean we don’t have anything else to talk about.
We despise the concept of “pre-made”, emailed form-like interviews that are just sent and received with no real interaction. That’s why we decided to take a “cut and thrust” approach, as a “live” situation would lead to. That way, we try to keep interviews as natural and arguments as open as possible.
In addition, I personally believe in the power of sharing resources because there’s always something to learn out there. So we provided external links to every possible kind of content in the interviews, letting you look further if you wish to.
That being said, you don’t have to like “that genre” to find something interesting in one of our interviews, but just to love music instead! Or better, just to be curious 🙂

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About Andrea "Rizzo" Rizzieri 39 Articles
TSL co-founder, co-owner, editor, and in charge of everything-that-comes-with-that. Born 1992, I always had the vocation to learn everything I could later never accomplish to save my own life. I am indeed a failed guitarist, drummer and so much more! Er, I’d better write about music I like for the time being. Although my musical past has been firmly rooted in rock, punk and metal, I appreciate any kind of music as long as I find it artistically interesting. I have a split personality by which part of me likes anything musically forward-thinking, inventive or just of general “good taste”, and part of me likes being blasted by all-out intensity and dissonance.

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