Band Interview: Tarah Who?


Tarah Who? is a hard rock band made up of Tarah G. Carpenter: Vocals, Guitar, Ash Orphan: Bass & Jo Ko: Drums. Their sound has been described as raw, authentic and loud rock. You can find out more about the band over on their official website, on Bandcamp, on their Facebook page, over on Twitter & on Instagram.

1. How did you get started as a band?

I started writing songs when I was 14-15 and taught myself the guitar. I play the drums and the bass as well, so I made little demos of those songs. I posted them on Myspace at the time, and performed them as a solo artist. A few months later a producer contacted me and asked if I was interested in recording my songs in better quality. That is when i started taking my project seriously. Since then, I have worked with different producers and musicians, until we have become today’s TARAH WHO? 🙂

2. How would you describe your sound?

We are an energetic-Raw Rock, with a slight touch of punk. or something like that…

3. What bands/artists would you say have influenced your style of music?

Hole, The Distillers, Foo fighters, Smashing Pumpkins…

4. Has the rise of YouTube & music streaming helped or hindered you as a band?

We have just started uploading music videos! It’s cool and exciting. I think it is USEFUL for sure because everyone seems to want to SEE what we do more than actually listen!! So … yeah .. we’ll see where this goes but so far, we are excited about our new music videos:)

We are making another one really soon. It will be another fun one. Stay tuned for its release:)

5. What do you enjoy doing when you’re not making music?

I like spending time with my family,friends. I like to Hike, travel and take pictures, paint…

6. What are your future plans musically? Tours?

I have just finished writing a full album so hopefully we can record the whole thing in January. When the recording is done, we will go on tour 🙂

We’d like to thank Tarah Who? for the interview & Stencil PR for setting it up.

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