Articles by: Preston Frazier

Swifty’s Bazaar, “Shopping Bug” from Everything You Hear Is For Sale (2017): One Track Mind

Swifty’s Bazaar, “Shopping Bug” from Everything You Hear Is For Sale (2017): One Track Mind

Swifty’s Bazaar’s ‘Everything You Hear Is For Sale’ is this weird little gem of sonic goodness.

Yes, “Man in a White Car” from Drama (1980): YESterdays

Yes, “Man in a White Car” from Drama (1980): YESterdays

Yes’ ‘Man in a White Car’ has new wave edge that made it both a fitting piece for 1980’s ‘Drama,’ and also a weirdly engaging live piece.

Adam Steffeck, fingerstyle guitarist: Something Else! Interview

Adam Steffeck, fingerstyle guitarist: Something Else! Interview

Fingerstyle guitarist Adam Steffeck discusses his new album, and how a family legacy in science influences his future plans.

Adam Steffeck – Aviator (2017)

Adam Steffeck – Aviator (2017)

Chicago-based finger-style guitarist Adam Steffeck’s ‘Aviator’ is cinematic in scale, bold in concept and brilliant in execution.

Mark Anthony K of Projekt Gemineye and the Exalted Piledriver: Something Else! Interview

Mark Anthony K of Projekt Gemineye and the Exalted Piledriver: Something Else! Interview

Mark Anthony K talks to Preston Frazier about the new Projekt Gemineye project, and how a discarded guitar changed his musical life.

Terry Bozzio, David Gilmore, Jose James + others: Five for the Road

Terry Bozzio, David Gilmore, Jose James + others: Five for the Road

Five for the Road is a look at the compact discs and / or downloads that have been in my car recently – some new, some old.

Steve Hackett on ‘Night Siren,’ Chris Squire’s Legacy and Rediscovering a Lost Genesis Song

Steve Hackett on ‘Night Siren,’ Chris Squire’s Legacy and Rediscovering a Lost Genesis Song

Preston Frazier caught up with Steve Hackett as the former Genesis guitarist prepares to release ‘The Night Siren.’

Yes, “Machine Messiah” from Drama (1980): YESterdays

Yes, “Machine Messiah” from Drama (1980): YESterdays

This song, like the underrated album ‘Drama,’ stands with the best that Yes has ever released.

Projekt Gemineye – Ordinary Day (2017)

Projekt Gemineye – Ordinary Day (2017)

Projekt Gemineye’s ‘Ordinary Day’ combines heavy guitar elements with Pink Floyd-style keyboards, all in support of unmistakable melodic hooks.

Toto, “Somewhere Tonight” from Fahrenheit (1986): Toto Tuesdays

Toto, “Somewhere Tonight” from Fahrenheit (1986): Toto Tuesdays

“Somewhere Tonight” features a familiar, though well-told story of lost love. Toto’s musical approach is what makes this an enduring deep cut.