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Interview: Drew Forsberg of The Persian Leaps

The Persian Leaps encompass a journey of patience and humility, but among any contending descriptor, persistence. Their mastermind, singer-guitarist Drew Forsberg, scribbled the phrase down in his Greek Archaeology notebook, simply hoping to one day write music under that name. Some 20 years later, Forsberg finally realized a band permutation …

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Interview with Beau Bokan of Blessthefall

For the first time since 2016’s Impericon Tour, metalcore five piece Blessthefall kick off their United Kingdom tour in York, alongside Harrogate’s own Blood Youth. I sat down with vocalist Beau Bokan in Glasgow to discuss February’s single “Dead Air”, the next Blessthefall project and family life on the road. …

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Interview: Phil of Wayland

Southern rock group Wayland are coming out from their shell in Wayland, Michigan to show the world they’ve got something to prove. Their debut album Rinse and Repeat under Mighty Loud/InGrooves released September 22nd. Guitarist Phillip Vilenski took time out of his day to discuss the new record and inspirations behind the …

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Interview: Devon Kelts & Maryam Sadeghian of MOSAICS

Combining the songwriting strengths of Alt-J and the production agility of Four Tet and Apparat, MOSAICS is a San Francisco trio crafting and spinning catchy, emotive electro and experimental rock tracks. With positive reviews from SF Weekly, The Music Ninja, Indie Rock Cafe, Magnet Magazine, CMJ, The Big Takeover, MOSAICS is increasingly recognized as …

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Interview with Jack Murphy of Youth Killed It

Drawing a great deal of attention to themselves in the touring circuit, sad boy alternative quartet Youth Killed It released their debut record, Modern Bollotics this May; a 12 track album that’s pristine and perfect sound makes for their perfect break in their genre. Modern Bollotic’s grit alongside clear post-punk influences carry lyrics with …

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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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