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Interview: Titanic film star Edward Fletcher on career progression, debut album, and rock n’ roll spirit

Massachusetts-born, California-based Edward Fletcher is best known for his role as Sixth Officer James Moody in James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster, Titanic. Additional roles in the following decade would solidify his acting credibility; among them, a partygoer in the “Fool for Love” episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2000), and Mr. …

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Interview: JW Sargent

JW Sargent is an experienced musician, based out of Philadelphia, PA. Having played in various bands in the past, Sargent is making his solo debut with the EP In Retrograde, in which he wrote and produced every song. I recently caught up with Sargent to talk about this new venture. …

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Interview with Mark Tremonti

Named as one of the best guitar players of his generation, the ex-Creed and guitarist for Alter Bridge, Mark Tremonti was in Europe last June with his solo project Tremonti promoting the recently released full length albums, Cauterize and Dust. The successful European tour is a direct reflection of Tremonti’s growing popularity as a …

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Interview with Izzy Gliksberg of Late Sea on the launch of audio/visual EP, The Writer’s Trilogy

Late Sea is a burgeoning art rock trio based in Manhattan, New York. Much like the city itself, the band is also a multicultural entity. Singer-guitarist/pianist Izzy Gliksberg hails from Israel, synthesist/trumpeter Sam Nester from Australia, and drummer Joe Peri from the USA. Nearly two years ago, the band conceptualized …

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Interview: Albis

  Albis, aka Rodriguez, is an accomplished musician who writes, produces, and composes his own pieces of musical art. Recently the man himself behind Albis spoke with musicexistence about his new EP Animals, the punk rock DIY scene, moving to New York, and touring with A Great Big World, among …

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Interview with Jimmy Reeves of Sunndrug

Yesterday, Virginia Beach quintet Sunndrug released their debut album, Exit Wounds. Fans may recognize three of the band’s personnel—Jimmy Reeves, Chris Raines and Matt Beck—all of whom originated in Spitfire, a metalcore outfit popular at the start of the millennium. Sunndrug, by contrast, is a less stringent rock variant, bolstering …

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Interview: Epoch Failure

  Epoch Failure – members, Billy Joe Marrero (aka “Billy The Kidd”) and Nick Young (aka “Nickey Knoxx”) have forged a message through their music that is grounded in hope and ambition –an attribute gained from overcoming hard times in their respective lives. The fellas have created music that speaks to real issues in …

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