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Interview with Kenny Dubman

After a lapse of non-musical endeavors, veteran New Jersey guitarist Kenny Dubman released his debut solo album, Reckless Abandon. The album effectively channels Dubman’s roots—a hearty amalgamation of 70s-tinged hard rock—while celebrating his newfound inspiration. Its presentation comes off as a rarity in today’s modern rock climate, a majority of …

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Interview with Shvkxir

Shvkxir is an artist from Dallas, Texas who doesn’t play by the rules when it comes to his style or his music. He just released his newest single, “BVD GIRL” and is excited to share it with the world before he drops his next full project, shvk.wav. Take a listen to the grimy, …

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Interview with Seth Dunshee of Foreign Figures

Yesterday, Orem, Utah’s Foreign Figures began their Force of Nature Tour in support of their debut album, Paradigm. The tour resumes October 21, continuing along southern and Midwestern soil before wrapping with a hometown show. I had the pleasure of corresponding with the band’s bassist, Seth Dunshee, who provided ample …

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Interview: Pamela Hute

1. How does being based in Paris influence your music? Paris is a lively city, I’ve always lived there so I’m not sure it really influences me. My music is about humans and relationships, my experiences, the lives of people I meet, characters in books or movies… so the environment …

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Interview: Attraction to Tragedy

“Although I love the reaction it’s always passion over fashion” With their debut album, Passion Over Fashion, Attraction To Tragedy are ready to prove that style and substance can coexist. Recorded at Zing studios (Killswitch Engage,Underoath, etc) with producers Jim Fogarty (All That Remains, Shadows Fall) and Joe Cocchi the …

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Interview: Josh Ward Taylor

1. Your new single “I’ve Gone Away” sounds very personal. How easy or hard is it for you to write and then put out to the public songs that come from a very personal place?   Even non personal songs are difficult to put out there to me. I just mentally …

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