Sol Park and Naru of The Solutions

The Solutions: Accidental Dieselpunk Music from South Korea

Seeing The Solutions live as opener for Japanese artist Satsuki in Le Garage, Liège, Belgium on a cold Sunday evening was one of the best musical surprises of the year. Especially realizing that this band was unintentionally playing music that could happily be a soundtrack to a rock-and-roll-loving dieselpunk lifestyle. The Gatehouse jumped on the occasion and, thanks to kind tour manager Ethan, got an interview with the band that same evening, so our readers can get to know this fantastic South Korean band a little better. Continue reading “The Solutions: Accidental Dieselpunk Music from South Korea”

Steam Garden Japan

Interview with Luke Chaos and Kenny Creation

Luke Chaos and Kenny Creation brings together East and West with their British and Japanese origins in Tokyo, Japan, where they are not only active as musicians and artists, but are also the dynamic duo that is the driving force behind the Tokyo Inventors Society (also known as the Tokyo Steampunk Society) and the Japanese capital’s one and only steampunk event: Steam Garden. Continue reading “Interview with Luke Chaos and Kenny Creation”

Abney Park

Interview with Abney Park

Abney Park recently landed their airship, the HSM Ophelia, in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, for their very first mainland European concert at the Phantasium opening night.

The Gatehouse and The Clockworker decided it was time for a joint venture and lucked out getting several members of the band to sit down for an interview about being in Europe, performing and who’d play who in a movie. Continue reading “Interview with Abney Park”

Hugh Ashton

Interview with Hugh Ashton

Seeing as we have been reading and enjoying Hugh Ashton’s work for so long, we figured it was high time to ask him if we could send some questions his way for an interview on this blog.

Here you can read Ashton’s answers and get better acquainted with a versatile author who brought us epic tales of alternate history and carries on the legacy of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the most brilliant way possible. Continue reading “Interview with Hugh Ashton”