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David Pajo is a founding member of Slint, played on two Tortoise records, and has performed in a wide variety of bands, including Stereolab, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, and Royal Trux, to name a few. He also has a vast solo output under the monikers Aerial M, Papa M, and Pajo. He sat down with JC to talk about learning to listen, being a father,…
 
Cheyenne Mize is a highly talented violinist, vocalist, guitar player, songwriter, music therapist, community organizer, and so much more. As a solo artist, she fuses the gap between more traditional folk music and in your face rock & roll. A consummate collaborator, she's performed with the likes of Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Ben Sollee, Daniel Martin…
 
Kogan Dumb is an MC, producer, visual artist, and electrician. Through his solo work, collaborations with local artists, and involvement in BirdZoo, he's had an enduring effect on Louisville hip-hop culture. While he may have been late to the game in regards to age, he's wasted no time breaking barriers and opening the doors to a prolific and excit…
 
Jackie Royce performs with and manages personnel for Orchestra Enigmatic, plays in Ut Gret, and is currently earning a degree in music performance at U of L. An accomplished bassoonist, she aims to blur the lines between the classical and avant garde worlds in Louisville. Fresh off the smash success of OE's 'Bjork Ball', she continues to work tirel…
 
Phillip Olympia founded Louisville music blog Never Nervous, ran the Dunkenstein record label, and currently plays in The Prayer Line. Through relentless community involvement, he and his partners at Never Nervous covered countless musical stories and releases from all over the city and helped expose and bridge musical gaps here. Although NN has sh…
 
Nathan Salsburg is an incredibly talented and accomplished guitar player and composer. He's also the curator of the Alan Lomax archive. As both archivist and musician, he brings a completely original perspective to writing, listening to, and sharing music. He records melodically gorgeous solo guitar records and accompanies Joan Shelley live and on …
 
Teddy Abrams is the Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra. A passionate composer, conductor, and educator, his musical reach in Louisville, and around the world, knows no bounds. Through his inventive approaches to community musical outreach, he's helped reinvigorate a struggling orchestra and has inserted himself firmly into the broader Louis…
 
Sydney Chadwick sings and plays bass for the incredible WOMBO. Previously, she and WOMBO's Cameron Lowe made waves with the Debauchees. While both bands are markedly dissimilar, they nevertheless showcase the duo's tendency toward writing accessible post punk songs with peculiar rhythmic changes and jarring vocal jabs. With drummer Joel Taylor, the…
 
Axel Cooper is the creative force behind the band New Mother Nature and has performed with Phantom Family Halo, Sapat, Tyrone, and more. He's also a farmer and a father. For his latest project, he composed and arranged music to be performed alongside a live-action puppet play based on Frankenstein called 'Creature'. He's also recently started playi…
 
Dane Waters has belted out beautiful tunes in Softcheque, Sapat, The Louisville Opera, A7A, and so many other musical projects. She serenades our city in several languages and helps bridge the musical gaps between the classical, operatic, and underground worlds. A visual artist as well, she's recently started fusing that with movement and music, cr…
 
John King is a musician and artist, but perhaps he's best known in the Louisville music scene for his curatorial skills. He created the Louisville is for Lovers compilation to highlight Louisville bands and explore the depths of love, and he co-founded the Louisville Zombie Attack. Never one to be content with his output, he's also started teaching…
 
Will Oldham has had a celebrated musical career performing as Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Palace Music, and several other monikers. An adventurous collaborator, he's worked with legendary artists like Tortoise, The Cairo Gang, and Matt Sweeney. Will's creativity knows no bounds which is evident in his extensive catalogue and constant challenges he prese…
 
Jonathan Glen Wood hails from West Virginia and has spent significant time in Chicago, but Louisville serves as his true musical home. A skillful guitar player with a one-of-a-kind voice and a penchant for poetic lyrics, his songwriting stands alone and keeps evolving. He's released several beautiful solo records and done stints with Old Baby, Jaye…
 
Karen Ledford plays drums for the painstakingly persistent punk pop band GRLwood. With her unique visual aesthetic and multifaceted approach to drumming, she has made her self known locally and nationally as a musical force to be reckoned with. Having grown up in Elizabethtown, she slowly migrated from small town to small town, finally settling in …
 
Lacey Guthrie co-founded the band Twin Limb, plays synths in Pleasure Boys, and is also in some new unnamed band. Since having honed her smoky voice and applying her piano skills to the accordion, she's been setting stages on fire all over the country. Oh yeah, and she's a Hoosier! She sat down with JC to talk about growing up in Indiana, harnessin…
 
Scott Carney is the predominant creative force behind Louisville heavyweights Wax Fang. An accomplished songwriter, guitarist, and drummer, his musical adventurousness knows no bounds. His stage presence and penchant for polished production techniques have garnered his music international attention and legendary local status. He sat down with JC to…
 
Thalia Zedek & Chris Brokaw helped found the band Come in the early '90's in Boston. Before that Zedek had played in the bands Uzi and Live Skull, and Brokaw drummed for Codeine. Since Come disbanded in the early 2000's, both have gone on to maintain successful solo careers. They stopped by Louisville on a recent living room tour, and guest host Ca…
 
Van Campbell is a damn fine drummer who also sells cheese, owns part of an energy drink company, and just became a father! Whether he's drumming with Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Black Diamond Heavies, or King Mud, he brings a uniquely energetic type of propulsive energy to the kit, and has become one of the most versatile drummers around. He sat down wi…
 
Chris Maggio is an out of this world drummer who's played for the bands Sleigh Bells, Trap Them, Coliseum, and Wear Your Wounds. His style fuses together a combination of jazz discipline and punk rock ethos, which makes him capable of playing with just about anyone. A native of New Jersey, he moved to Louisville from Florida, and made his mark on t…
 
Anne Gauthier recently took over as lead engineer at Louisville's LaLaLand studio. She moved here from Montreal only 3 years ago but has already made a lasting impact on the music scene here and its recorded output. A former graphic designer and drummer, she seamlessly wove those skills together to become one of the only female recording engineers …
 
Ethan Buckler is the mastermind behind Louisville band King Kong. His music and songwriting is a superb blend of funk, storytelling, humor, and sexuality. He desires to make you dance. Ethan was also a founding member of Slint and appears on their album TWEEZ. He sat down with JC to talk about writing catchy hooks, dancing as rebellion, Lakeside Sw…
 
John Timmons founded legendary Louisville record store Ear X-tacy. As owner and operator, he turned legions of local listeners onto all sorts of independent and alternative music; tourists came from all over to dig, too! A critical part of the Louisville music scene for over 25 years, Ear X-tacy played host to mainstream and local bands and served …
 
Kevin Coultas played drums for legendary Louisville bands Rodan, Rachel's, The Sonora Pine, King G. and the J Crew, Metroschifter, and more. His sophisticated and unique approach to drumming has made an undeniable impact on Louisville music. He's also one hell of a radio DJ, has great taste in music, and is a damn fine history teacher. He sat down …
 
Sara Callaway picked up her first violin at age 6, studied and practiced rigorously, earned a Master's Degree in music, and then still wasn't sure if she wanted to live the life of a professional musician. But whether she found herself in China, Berlin, or Appalachia, music always found its way back to her. Once she settled in Louisville, she start…
 
Scott Ritcher lives in Stockholm, Sweden, but recently came back to Louisville to batch and promote his own Bedtime Bourbon. Before his exodus, he fronted influential bands Sunspring and Metroschifter and founded the legendary Louisville music label SLAMDEK. He also helped run Initial Records and published his own zine, K. Composite. Oh yeah, and h…
 
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