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CASEY MCPHERSON Talks New Album: “It’s a Dream of Mine to Record My Own Prog-Rock Album, Because I Want to See What My Version is of The Scene”

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Casey McPherson established his name on the more pop end of the spectrum with his band Alpha Rev, but as his career developed he has found greater freedom of expression with bands like Flying Colors and The Sea Within. A couple of years ago he wanted to do something outside the box, a more in-depth artistic look into life for him… so, he started a music and video experience called the Cas.e Sessions. The Cas.e Sessions explores creating songs around a relevant topic or experience and documents the whole process. Every month, the members of the Cas.e Sessions get a new song, a short documentary around the song, and an online live show, which has allowed McPherson to make a record completely independent, fully funded by the members.

Casey had this to say about the song and album: “This record captures a lot of what I’ve learned from Flying Colors. I also ended up playing every instrument on the recording so that was a fun challenge. You won’t know what you’re capable of until you try! I didn’t intend to release the Cas.e Sessions Volume 1 to the general public, just to the Cas.e Sessions members, mostly because I recorded each song in a day and wasn’t thinking about how it would be received. Maybe that was a good thing? Looking back, I’m very proud of the journey it takes you on!”

In this interview with Sonic Perspectives correspondent Scott Medina, Casey discusses his many active bands, the new Case.e Sessions album release, and a host of other subjects on the creative process. Listen to their conversation in the video below, or subscribe to our Podcast in several platforms to listen and be notified about new interviews and contents we publish on daily basis.

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