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Interview – REMARK

They say music has no boundaries or borders. It is because of that limitless reach that we get to experience a phenomenal band like REMARK. Since forming in 2009, this alternative rock band from Moscow, Russia has been working on finding their unique style and sound. Their debut self-titled album was released in …

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Interview: Hannah and Maggie

Duo Hannah and Maggie, who reside on the east coast, are ready to release their fourth studio album Oh No out May 19th. They have been compared to Simon and Garfunkel and The Indigo Girls and their live shows have gotten rave reviews. I recently got the chance to talk …

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Interview: A New Way to Live Forever

Formed in 2008, Fort Lauderdale’s A New Way to Live Forever have garnered attention for their catchy, upbeat sound worthy of national airplay. In 2013, they received Best Music Video for “Balloon” off their EP Rumoura. Signed to Civil Defense Records, their most recent EP Monument has brought them to the spotlight …

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Interview: Shallows

Dani Poppitt and Marshall Gallagher are the duo known as Shallows. Their genre bending music has been critically praised by such outlets as Paste Magazine who said they were “a refreshingly new sound that blurs the line of alternative and electro-pop.” I recently got the chance to talk to the …

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Interview: Fenech-Soler

The English electro-pop duo, Fenech-Soler have announced a U.S. tour of fifteen cities in support of their latest release, Zilla. The album features catchy rhythmic grooves that will make you get out of your seat and just dance. On their last visit to New York they had a chat with …

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Interview and show review: Miracle Glass Company at Broadcast, Glasgow – 31/3/17

March ends this week with three-piece Miracle Glass Company’s one-off, headline show in Glasgow, alongside Medicine Men and Filth Spector.  The nights line up brought hard drums and synth resembling a signature dark 80’s sound from Medicine Men, alongside Filth Spector’s careless energy and clear stage presence from vocalist Al Hotchkiss. Not …

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