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Interview: Sarah Solovay

It was a snowy Saturday afternoon when I found myself sitting across from Sarah Solovay—a singer-songwriter from Manhattan, New York. Nursing a hot water while the blizzard turned the city into slush, Solovay possessed a quiet confidence as we chatted about the weather, how she was living out of a …

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Interview Recap: Madeleine Dopico

Without question, it takes guts to be a strong, independent woman in today’s society. Luckily, role models abound and even more are on the rise—including Brooklyn-based musician, Madeleine Dopico. Just a few short years ago, the University of Pennsylvania-graduate was working fulltime at a healthcare technology startup. That is, until …

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Interview: Deaf Poets

Based out of Miami Florida, alternative garage band Deaf Poets have hit many milestones in their career including touring with Mac DeMarco, getting noticed by Tony Hawk, and being named one of the “20 most influential people in Miami” in 2015. The band has just released their new single “Celestine” in preparation …

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Interview: Chris Mclelland of Nominee on ‘Drag Me Out,’ coping with bipolar disorder

At the forefront of modern post-hardcore, Nominee stands undeterred. The Texas-based band incorporates bare-bones alternative grit with dark thematic sensibilities, both elements utilized in a surprisingly uplifting pace. Their most recent release is Drag Me Out, a conceptual EP centering around front man Chris Mclelland’s temerity amidst a crippling bipolar …

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