There’s a thought in music that says that the spaces between notes are more important than the notes themselves. Essentially, this is the notion that notes played are made more valuable by the silence around them. As a guitar player I agree with this notion. But I think it’s an idea the goes beyond... Continue Reading →
The latest single from my band, Salem's Childe. The music video was done by The Stormworks (my media production brand). If you like what you see and hear, we'd love to have you as a fan and follower. Hit those like and subscribe buttons, and definitely that share button. The song is available to stream... Continue Reading →
I didn't know you. Except I did. I, just like the rest of the world, knew you. I knew your music. Your poetry. Your art. Your expression. I knew your joy. Your pain. Your love. Your anger. Your sorrow. Your hate. Your despair. I knew your success and I knew your failures. I knew your... Continue Reading →
The deepest hours of night pale in comparison to the abyssal depths of the artistic mind--a place where things unsafe and unmeant to be lurk waiting to be given life, shades of the horrors of Man that fortunately find little more than glimpses of life as a sparks extinguished as rapidly as they ignite. And... Continue Reading →
New post up on The Forge: Parental Advisory: Explicit Content.
I've created a new blog page just for my posts relevant to my radio show, The Forge. It's here: http://theforgeradio.wordpress.com This Thing We Call Midwesthell.
My review of Fivefold's EP, 'Hold On,' for The Forge. Hold On Fivefold http://www.fivefoldband.com Review by Rob Salem Veterans of the St. Louis underground, rock band Fivefold delivers a quality set on their 6-song EP, Hold On. The album reflects the maturity that you’d expect from band that’s been together for 7... Continue Reading →