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Interview: Shelby Kemp of Royal Horses discusses debut album, A Modern Man’s Way To Improve

Royal Horses are a Hattiesburg, Mississippi trio whose sound draws from 70s rock, blues, and Americana. In the relatively short span they’ve been together, the band has developed a reputation for their minimal overdub-based recording style, as well as their high-energy live shows. Back in 2020, the band released their …

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Interview: Bill Champlin discusses upcoming solo album, Livin’ For Love

For over five decades, Bill Champlin has cemented tremendous stature as an in-demand singer and songwriter. His resume includes hundreds of collaborations with established artists and bands, including a prolific mid-to-late 80s tenure as frontman of multiplatinum legends Chicago. Equally notable, however, is Champlin’s solo material, which currently comprises seven …

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Interview: Dan Fenton of Voltagehawk discusses video for cover of Mariah Carey classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

Nashville, Tennessee’s Voltagehawk harnesses a sound comprising rich songcraft, crunchy riffage, and a cheeky sense of humor. Since forming in 2014, the quartet has forged a solid path, keeping boundless experimentation at the forefront of their ideology. After releasing a metal-inspired cover of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas …

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Interview: Ian Abel discusses new single, “All For Love,” licensing music to All Elite Wrestling, importance of friendship

Ian Abel is an emerging singer-songwriter. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Abel eventually relocated to Los Angeles, California in early 2017, forming the Ian Abel Band alongside guitarist and high school friend Westray Tackett, and New York-based drummer Kenny Schwartz. Their debut album was recorded in 2018, and is being released …

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