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Interview: Jonny of Nothing More

San Antonio quartet Nothing More has gone from Texas’ hidden gem to the biggest diamond on the market when it comes to the music industry, of course. The rising experimental rock group continues to break their own boundaries when creating new music. Lyrically raw, musically ground-breaking, and personally down-to-earth, Nothing …

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Interview: Dan Croll

Socials: Official Website | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify Music Existence had the lovely opportunity to chat with Dan Croll about his start in music, his new album, Emerging Adulthood, mental health and more. Croll’s start in music is quite an interesting one. Dan, a huge and dedicated …

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Interview: Jessica Hannan

Country/Rock Artist Jessica Hannan recently released the official music video for her single, “Girls Night Out,” off of her 2016 album Drive. We got to sit down with the Southern crooner to discuss the new video as well as her philosophy, methods, and interaction with her music. Do you feel music in general …

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Interview: Tetrarch

Atlanta based quartet Tetrarch have joined forces with DevilDriver, 36 Crazyfists, Cane Hill, and Uncured to deliver a night of solid metal across the U.S. Guitarist Diamond Rowe and guitarist/vocalist Josh Fore took the time to sit down outside George Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville, AR to discuss the upcoming album …

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NEED TO HEAR: Silent Season

There are so many ways to discover new bands, or bands new to you in general. From the various online music apps (Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, etc.), radio, to recommendations from friends. But my favorite way of finding a new band is through live music. That’s how I discovered …

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Interview: Epoch Failure

New Jersey-based urban pop duo Epoch Failure recently released their sophomore EP Warrior’s Hymn, which includes an inspiring cover of the Bon Jovi’s hit single “Livin’ On A Prayer“, and follows in the inspirational footsteps of their immensely well-received track “Champion“.  Music Existence had a chance to catch up with the pair to discuss their latest tracks, …

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Interview: Leigh Celent of Castle Black

Castle Black’s dense riff sequences and contrasting harmonic structures prove a competent force to take in. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, the alt rock trio comprises vocalist/guitarist Leigh Celent, bassist Lisa Low and drummer Matthew Bronner. In a relatively short span, they have already received critical acclaim from such …

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Interview: Skyler

L.A. based singer songwriter Skyler Chissell is emerging into the music industry with her latest single “Carnival.” The 18-year-old is finding her niche in pop country and staying driven to create music that is both fun and relatable. Skyler took time out of her day to discuss the single, her …

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Interview: Saint Mesa

Saint Mesa releases the single “Lion” today, and to celebrate I talked with the man behind the music, to talk about everything from how film scores influence his work, fighting through adversity, and Star Wars. You’ve said you always wanted to score films. What is your favorite score? My favorite …

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Interview: Honduras

Pat Phillips – Vocals, Guitar Tyson Moore – Guitar, Vocals Josh Wehle – Drums Paul Lizarraga – Bass Honduras: Website | Facebook | Instagram Honduras are no newcomers to the NYC scene, they’ve made close-knit friendships with other musicians and bands in Brooklyn and Manhattan and love regularly checking out …

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Interview: Brendan Frey of Hostile Array

This past March, brothers Brendan and Garrison Frey, Hector Fernandez, Fredy Menjivar and Andrew Markle continued their journey under the name Hostile Array. The Maryland metalcore quintet had previously built a following while called My Ransomed Soul. Their 2015 sophomore album, Trilateral, reached especial acclaim for its straightforward progressions, grim …

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Interview: Chris Blackwood

Singer/songwriter Chris Blackwood recently released his self-titled debut album, a project that combines elements of folk and indie rock. Blackwood has performed countless gigs around Manchester and is now seeking global attention. Blackwood’s record is rather ambitious for a debut project considering that it’s a concept album focusing on the different …

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