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Molly Burch Interview

  Originally from Los Angeles, California Molly Burch, who now resides in Texas, has just released her debut LP Please Be Mine which is sure to remind listeners of songstresses and songwriting of the 60s. I recently had the chance to talk with Burch about her early career in jazz …

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Wayfarers Interview

Indie/pop duo Wayfarers is the product of two members of two different bands coming together. Katie Cecil from KSM and Anthony Purpura from For the Foxes and Stereo Skyline have joined up to put out music that is fun and infectious. Separately they have toured with Demi Lovato and The Summer …

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Interview: Brett Newski

A life well traveled has the capacity to enrich your knowledge of the world and provide experiences beyond what any textbook, classroom, or McDonald’s restaurant kitchen can possibly offer. Brett Newski recently set out to perform in as many unconventional venues as possible throughout the world. With an open mind, …

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Interview: for all the emptiness

For those unfamiliar with your band’s history, can you tell us all how you all met up and decided to  start a band? many years ago, back in high school an idea was slowly forming. i wanted to make music that was a mix between industrial music and musical theater. …

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Interview: Sarah Solovay

It was a snowy Saturday afternoon when I found myself sitting across from Sarah Solovay—a singer-songwriter from Manhattan, New York. Nursing a hot water while the blizzard turned the city into slush, Solovay possessed a quiet confidence as we chatted about the weather, how she was living out of a …

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Interview Recap: Madeleine Dopico

Without question, it takes guts to be a strong, independent woman in today’s society. Luckily, role models abound and even more are on the rise—including Brooklyn-based musician, Madeleine Dopico. Just a few short years ago, the University of Pennsylvania-graduate was working fulltime at a healthcare technology startup. That is, until …

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