Green Knucle Material - Queen of Dragons

 

Green Knucle Material - Queen of Dragons

Green Knucle Material – Queen of Dragons

 

ARTIST NAME: Green Knuckle Material + Danny Evans

 

SONG TITLE:  Queen of Dragons

 

RELEASE DATE: 4/12/19

 

GENRE: Alt Pop Rock

 

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In the year 4000 George Kilroy Marten, the universe’s last hope, faced off against his arch enemy The Huntress, Master of Dark Folk witchery who sought to devour the cosmos.

 

During their battle she sent him back in time, splitting his essence into 5 separate entities and thrusting them to the year 2016. Those 5 entities went on to become Green Knuckle Material.

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Interview with YDK: Lead Singer and Acoustic Guitar.

 

Discuss your composition and melody.

“Queen of Dragons” is composed as a mixture between a rock ballad and a modern pop song.

 

It utilizes a catchy melody in the hook that sticks with the listener after hearing the song for the first time.

 

The music itself starts off with a pretty acoustic guitar riff with open notes that give the song a medieval vibe.

 

It eventually builds into a high energy rock song in the chorus and maintains the energy throughout its entirety.

 

The best way to describe the music of this song, in the words of Michael Ravenda also known as Big Mike, is “a wall of guitars.”

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State the name of your producer and elaborate on the song.

The name of our producer is Michael Ravenda. Throughout the recording process, his ideas and insights were instrumental in pushing the music into the most unique direction possible.

 

In addition, he also played a major role in the writing process, both lyrically and in musical composition.

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Discuss the lyrics of the song.

The lyrics discuss the narrator’s frustration as he searches for love.

 

The term “Queen of Dragons” comes from the pop culture HBO TV show “Game of Thrones.” In the song, this term is used to describe the ideal girl, since, up until the last season, most people would agree that the ideal, perfect woman personified was Daenerys Targaryen also known as the Queen of Dragons.

 

Throughout the song, there are numerous other references to the show, all designed to tell this story of the quest for love.

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Elaborate on your music career.

All members of Green Knuckle Material have their eyes set on making it big in the music scene. In the short time, the band has been together, we’ve played some of the biggest venues in New Jersey and are looking forward to eventually touring full-time to make a living.

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Brief us on how you are reaching fans with your music.

The main way we reach fans is by playing gigs and Spotify. Social media is also important in creating relationships with fans and advertising our music as well as show dates.

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Discuss your motive behind making music.

We couldn’t stop if we tried. It’s part of us. We play and write music because we love it.

 

However, our goal is to spread love and acceptance to the world through our music.

 

We want to create meaningful music that can help fans feel close to us.

 

In addition, we want to share our views and experiences with the world as well.

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Discuss your songwriting.

The songs already exist. We just pull them out of the musical dimension and put them onto paper.

 

The lyrics and melody are already written before we even have the idea for the song, but it’s the work and creative process that allows those pieces to come to fruition in the form of Green Knuckle Material.

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Elaborate on your work and achievement so far in your music career.

We’ve played some of the best venues in New Jersey, including the Stone Pony and Starland Ballroom.

 

We’ve also made a huge impact in the New Brunswick music scene.

 

One of our most proud achievements is winning the 2019 Stone Pony “Rock to the top” competition.

 

In addition to this, we’ve also had the privilege of opening up for major acts such as Badfish, Ballyhoo, and All Time Low.

 

We have other large support slots to look forward to with a headlining show at the Stone Pony following our third DIY tour later this year.

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Tell us your opinion on using rhymes dictionary or writing software to develop lyrics. 

They are probably helpful, though we’ve never actually used any of these methods.

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Discuss the music industry.

It’s the toughest industry out there to make it in. Everyone is good and almost everyone works hard. It just comes down to who continues on through all the strife. Our favourite saying is that in terms of the industry, “there’s a lot of room at the top; it’s only the bottom that is crowded.”

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Elaborate on how you prepare yourself for a recording session.

We practice the songs over and over again until everyone is satisfied with their parts, and overall composition and sound.

 

Once the songs are written to everyone’s like, we are ready to schedule studio time where the parts are truly perfected.

 

After recording, we usually come up with a bunch of other ideas for the songs, so we end up implementing them into the live performance.

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Brief us on your preference in terms of tempo as in up-tempo, mid-tempo or slow tempo.

Our band is best known for being high energy, and we definitely prefer up-tempo over anything else. Speed and power are the major key elements of our music. (Pun intended)

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Discuss your shows or live performance.

Our live performance can be described in one word: energy. We like to hit the crowd with an explosive set that grabs their attention and never let us go. We want the crowd to feel our music and experience it with us as it unfolds in front of them.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

We’ve had a lot of press release coverage, including Makin Waves magazine, a recent article in the Aquarian, and much more. Usually, the reviews are positive.

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Send a message across to your fans and supporters.

Many of our fans have been with us since the very beginning. Knuckleheads are the best fans out there and without them, we wouldn’t be GKM. What we’d like to say to all the Knuckleheads out there is that you’re all amazing and you make all the hard work worthwhile. We hope you all know how unique and beautiful you are and how much we love and appreciate every single one of you.

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Tell us what makes this song unique from others.

This song is unique because not only is a rock ballad combined with a pop song, but it includes two high energy hip-hop verses as well as a dueling guitar solo and a saxophone. It really doesn’t make sense how the song works, but it works, and it works well.

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Tell us the themes of most of your compositions. 

We like to create meaningful music. We’ve written songs about addiction, Alzheimer’s, broken hearts, love, acceptance, appreciation, hard work, and many other subjects. What’s truly amazing is we’re able to create this music by successfully merging rock, rap, pop, punk, jazz, blues, reggae, and numerous other genres.

 

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