Skate guitar of dreams.
Theremin time w/ Phillip Cope #kylesa #mohawkaustin #atx #livemusic (at The Mohawk)
Kylesa’s Ultraviolet is an album of expert musicianship and unique time signatures, but does the band really need two drummers? Guitarist and songwriter Philip Cope explains. Sludge metal’s Kylesa …
My interview with Philip Cope of Kylesa is now live for your reading pleasure.
Rare photos of Damad from back in the day, found on Greg Hubbard’s Facebook page via Phillip Cope. I’m in shock that yes, despite what others have told me, there was an actual group shot of the band! My personal goddess Victoria Scalisi graces the second photo, while late bassist Brian Duke is in the 3rd. Check out Phil’s old dreads and another rad band shot at the bottom.
Part of me really wishes they would get back together for a mini reunion tour. They’re one of those bands that has been a major influence on the music I’m making now, and Victoria’s amazing vocal skills are what I try to learn from when practicing and warming up.
Hairy Phil is best Phil.
A younger and arguably sexier Phil from 2003 :)
Phillip “Geeter Dunn” Cope
Finally, some decent photos of Phil for a change!
Laying down some drums - @kylesa_band- #webstagram