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Interview: Amanda Jones

Amanda Jones—a 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon—was first encouraged to explore music by a first grade teacher. Since that time, Jones’ story has been one of perseverance as she has worked to refine her skills, develop the confidence it takes to make it in today’s pop industry, and cultivate a …

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Interview: Precious Child

Cinematic Progressive Industrial Artist Precious Child has shifted gears from his dark rock roots to release his exquisite instrumental LP, ESCAPE. Featuring music from the Neil Gaiman biopic Dream Dangerously, ESCAPE is a delicate balance of instrumental layers, electronic clarity, and rock sensibility.  Check out the album below while you …

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Interview: lovelesslust

LA-based lovelesslust (composer/performer Johnathan Cooper, guitarist/bassist Dana Wells, and drummer Anders LaSource) bridges the gap between rock band and art piece; their darkly aggressive industrial sound coalesces with an electrifying stage presence, sinister original art that flanks the stage, and a black and white visual motif that unites the musicians …

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Interview with Andrew Shapiro – “The only way to impress other people is to impress yourself first.”

New York City’s Andrew Shapiro is a unique musical breed: classically trained with a knack for self-taught spontaneity. Large-scale publications, namely the New Yorker and ABC News, were quick to catch onto his artistic sensibilities. To date, the Brooklyn-based singer/composer has released six full-length albums and three EPs. As a …

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Interview: BLAJK

I had the opportunity to speak with BLAJK at Bestival Toronto in June. They just released their first EP and recently came off their Canadian tour with Young Empires. You guys just played the main stage here at Bestival, how was it playing your first festival? BLAJK: I think words cannot describe …

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Interview: A Darker Color Bright

Dark Pop/Mixed Media Solo Artist A Darker Color Bright (ADCB) has floated into the new electronic music scene with a bleak, minimalistic EP very simply entitled Adcbep1, along with enigmatic music videos for the singles “Fluorescent” in 2015 and “Missing You” in March of this year.  Both videos, though individually unique, emphasize the ascetic …

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Interview: CANE HILL

Elijah Witt of Cane Hill takes some time at Warped Tour to talk about how rock and metal are becoming weak, parties in Florida, and why kids shouldn’t sneak behind merch tables. You see photos of Cane Hill at Welcome To Rockville by clicking here = Cane Hill at Welcome …

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