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Interview with Reckless Serenade

Reckless Serenade took a moment and had a chat with Music Existence before their set in their home state of New York. The band formed in 2012 and since then, the group has created one full length album and most recently their third EP titled, “Out Here“. Reckless Serenade is a composite of many …

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A Storm of Didgeridoo Destruction – An Interview with Like A Storm: “New Zealanders are famous for having a do-it-yourself- anything-goes sort of attitude, and that’s been the attitude we’ve applied to our music.”

As the week comes to an end, hard rock band Like A Storm will cross another milestone in their ever-fascinating musical journey: completing the first headlining US tour. The past seven weeks may have flown by in a whirlwind of club venues and roaring crowds, but for the band, it’s …

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Interview: Amitis

Amitis is a crossover artist from Iran who moved to Atlanta 10 years ago to bring her musical talents to the United States. Fluent in several instruments, she reaches a broad range of people and her fan base just keeps growing. Read my interview with Amitis to find out what it …

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Interview with Echo Black

New York’s own Echo Black spent some time with Music Existence after their set in Webster Hall for a fun interview, discussing everything from musical influences, the evolution of their musical style, and the biggest difficulty of being a touring musician. Coming together earlier this year as Echo Black, the …

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Interview with Kylle Reece of Demon in Me: “If you’re in a band, keep going; believe in it; it’s worth it.”

Earlier this month, 22-year-old singer-songwriter Kylle Reece released “Sink or Swim,” the latest single from his most recent project, a hard-edged alternative rock quintet known as Demon in Me. The song has earned the band solid reception upon its release, its elegiac and heartrending lyrical content resonating with countless listeners. …

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Interview with Caleb Hawley

I caught up with Caleb Hawley, a soul singer from Harlem, NY after his concert in New York City this weekend. Caleb has a new album coming out next year and he talked to me about what he’s most looking forward to on the album and the influences behind it. …

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Interview: Koma

Koma is a young artist from Boston driven to innovate and revolutionize the music scene.  At a young age, he realized he could turn to music during the toughest times, allowing him to also create art with his emotional outlet. Check out my interview with Koma below to find out …

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Interview with Nothing More: “I think the biggest thing we learned was musically, our path – the direction we were already heading – was the direction we needed to keep going….”

  The last year-and-a-half may have felt like whirlwind for alternative rock band, Nothing More, but if there’s any band that proves perseverance pays off, it’s them. Success didn’t come easy, however, and years of a DIY existence pushed the band to the edge, but it was the challenges of …

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An Interview with Hudson

Los Angeles-based four piece rock n’ roll band HUDSON are set to release their brand new tour-de-force of an EP “Cast Out” on October 21st, and I had the fortunate opportunity to speak to HUDSON about the band’s message behind their music, their musical inspirations and what really drives their …

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