Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Worth Taking – Touring, Writing, Japan and Ice Cream

Worth Taking

Pop-punk band Worth Taking are coming in hot with their latest LP “Hangman.” With heavy bass lines and a voice from Jerod McBrayer that will caress your eardrums, it’s clear to hear that Worth Taking are bringing the pop-punk from yesteryear into the present, and with a tour on the horizon, into the future as […]

The Town Heroes – Small Towns, Influences and New Music

The Town Heroes

The Town Heroes are a two piece band from a tiny island (Cape Breton) in Nova Scotia, Canada. They’re self-described as “the most noise two Cape Bretoners can make,” and they certainly deliver on that. By listening to their albums, Please, Everyone is their newest, you’d never know that it’s only two guys – Mike […]

Simon Fairchild Interview

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A number of people—myself included—question the sanity of artists such as Lady Gaga, especially when she decides to trounce around in food-based clothing. However, what happens when a band decides to take it one step further, creating a musical style that can only be described as “Meat Rock?”  Sheer awesomeness.  Simon Fairchild, master rocker from […]

Q&A with Dalton Winfree of The Strumms

The Strumms

For those of you who caught the recent Strumms article, you might’ve turned right to YouTube to listen to the Nashville band. For those of you who didn’t, shame on you.  Just kidding.   If you haven’t given them a shot, you should. I was lucky enough to learn all about them in a short […]

A Chat with Mark Mathews

Mark Mathews

Singer-songwriter Mark Mathews has been playing music for about nine years and released a handful of EPs since 2008. He’s currently working on his debut album in London where he plays a blend of folk and indie-pop at concert gigs and for commuters in the Underground. 

Jon Latham – “Real Bad News,” Touring and Creative Control

Jon Latham

You know it’s a good night when it ends at a Waffle House, so that’s where we met with Jon Latham to talk all things about his debut album “Real Bad News,” touring, music and pretty much any question we could think of at the moment.

Matt Langlois on The Welcome Matt, Matt EL and What We Can Expect Next

The Welcome Matt

Matt Langlois, otherwise known as Matt EL and The Welcome Matt, is an indie, acoustic rock artist based in San Francisco. His relaxed style of rock is great for the casual radio listener or live show, and is definitely a playlist must for the ride to anywhere.  This budding artist rolled out the welcome mat […]

Gloria Kim – Writing, Faith and Music

Gloria Kim

Pop artist Gloria Kim is attempting to climb the Top 40 charts by releasing her music and her brand anywhere it can be posted. Recording in Los Angeles, but currently residing in Nashville, the young Kim has been writing and performing music since she could pick up a pencil. Her first single, “Oh, Honey,” was […]

The Nightingales – Coming to the US

Nightingales

The Nightingales have been around for a minute. With members going back to The Prefects, these guys know the scene… and exactly what they’re doing. However, instead of focusing on yesteryear, the ‘Gales are constantly making new music. They’re about to go on tour, so those of us Stateside have the chance to catch brand […]

What Goes Into “The Woods”: An Interview with Kollin Baer

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Last week we introduced you to singer/songwriter Kollin Baer. His album “The Woods” gave us a taste of some new folk music that kind of left us wanting more, so we asked him about it. Read on to learn more about “The Woods” and what you can expect next from Baer.