Darren Paltrowitz

Darren Paltrowitz

Journalist (Long Beach, NY, USA)
- Darren Paltrowitz is a New York resident (and Long Island native) with over 15 years of entertainment industry experience. He began working around the music business as a teenager, interning for the manager of his then-favorite band Superdrag. In the years following, he has worked with a wide array of artists including OK Go, They Might Be Giants, Mike Viola, Tracy Bonham, Loudness, and Rachael Yamagata. He is the host of the Paltrocast With Darren Paltrowitz podcast, as co-produced with PureGrainAudio.com.
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Whether your into Iron Maiden and/or Bruce Dickinson’s solo career, or a look at war-torn Sarajevo with an underlying story of how music can bridge gaps, Tarik Hodzic’s, Scream For Me Sarajevo is your jam!
on Jun 25, 2018
Sinsaenum’s Frédéric Leclercq spoke with us recently about WWE, Japan, Dragonforce and the new Repulsion For Humanity album.
on Jun 18, 2018
Altogether, it is nice to see a previously out-of-print title like this getting back into circulation within the vinyl format.
on Jun 15, 2018
In conjunction with a premiere of the new “So Dangerous” video, we spoke with melodic alt-rock band Lummox about their music, new video, and the symbolism and imagery thereof.
on Jun 15, 2018
We caught up Los Angeles-based dark pop-rock quartet, RIVALS during May, Mental Health Awareness Month, and in turn focused on how these artists work towards stability and well-being.
on Jun 11, 2018
We spoke with Judah Friedlander, one of the most recognizable comics of the last two decades, about his recent Netflix special, 30 Rock, comedic influences, and stand-up!
on Jun 03, 2018
We spoke with Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen about the band’s music and success he’s outside of the group, including his paintings on display at the Wentworth Gallery in King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
on May 31, 2018
The mighty Sen Dog spoke with us about Powerflo’s self-titled release via New Damage Records, his musical past, the Judgement Night soundtrack, and more!
on May 14, 2018
Wolf Hoffmann, guitarist for the German rockers ACCEPT, discussed with us 2017’s 15th studio album, The Rise Of Chaos, as released by Nuclear Blast, living in Nashville, photography and more.
on May 08, 2018
The Long Island band Envy On The Coast is back! We spoke with Ryan Hunter and Brian Byrne about the Ritual EP, their reformation, Instagram, video content and future plans.
on May 05, 2018
Long-since considered punk rock icons, The Damned guitarist Captain Sensible spoke with us about their new Tony Visconti-produced album, Evil Spirits, smashing stuff, The Offspring, CBGBs & much more.
on May 03, 2018

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Solitaire was Ness’ first-ever solo album, and featured cameos by Bruce Springsteen, Brian Setzer, and members of Royal Crown Revue.
on Apr 24, 2018
Mindless Self Indulgence frontman, and all-around artiste, Jimmy Urine, spoke with us about 2017’s The Secret Cinematic Sounds Of Jimmy Urine, sushi, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Elektra Records, and Fuktronic with Serj Tankian.
on Apr 24, 2018
In our recent chat with Godsmack frontman Sully Erna, we discussed the new album When Legends Rise (due April 27th via BMG), touring with Shinedown, and the band’s future.
on Apr 18, 2018
We spoke with Jeff Rosenstock about his music and new album, POST-, out now via Polyvinyl Records.
on Apr 17, 2018
One of the most interesting people in rock today, Maynard James Keenan, took some time to speak with us about wine, restaurants, a pizza truck, and new A Perfect Circle album, Eat The Elephant.
on Apr 16, 2018
When talking with Randy and Jason Sklar by phone, music was a constant topic being referenced. We also covered their comedic documentary Poop Talk and forthcoming audiobook for Audible, Sklars & Stripes.
on Apr 09, 2018
After many years of hustling, 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for Ohio-based rock artist Mick Blankenship. We spoke with the musician about his new album Crown of Apathy, free time, and working with Disturbed’s John Moyer.
on Apr 04, 2018
So, the bottom line is that Ritchie Blackmore stuck to his guns, did things his way, and ultimately proved that he can be successful no matter what.
on Mar 31, 2018
The bottom line is that George Thorogood & The Destroyers’ recordings still sound fantastic in 2018, and if you are an audiophile, then Greatest Hits: 30 Years Of Rock would be a smart addition to your LP collection.
on Mar 27, 2018


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