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Interview: Joe Settineri

Joe Settineri is a Midwest-bred, west coast-based singer/songwriter. Taking a leap from the security of a career in finance, Settineri soon found himself in the wild, often unpredictable world of music once moving to Los Angeles. There, he amassed a solid following upon finding his sound – a modern pop …

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Interview with Shim Moore on upcoming solo album: “If you like Sick Puppies, you’ll like this album. I guarantee it.”

Shim Moore initially made his bones fronting post-grunge trio Sick Puppies in the late 90s. The band would achieve international success in the following decades with their second and third albums: 2007’s Dressed Up as Life and 2010’s Tri-Polar. By late 2014, however, the band’s unexpected dissolution forced him to …

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Interview with Chris LoPorto and Danny Rico of Can’t Swim at Slam Dunk Festival 2018

New Jersey rockers, Can’t Swim, haven’t been one for slowing down, having been performing across the States for the past few months. As they finish their first show out of three at Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds City Centre, we chatted with vocalist Chris LoPorto and rhythm guitarist Danny Rico about future plans …

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Interview with Josh Raven and Stephen Beerkens from The Faim at Slam Dunk Festival 2018

Australian band, The Faim, have been having a busy year so far, touring all around the world with bands like Lower Than Atlantis, Milk Teeth, Boston Manor, and Sleeping With Sirens. As they finished their first performance out of 3 at Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds City Centre, we chatted with vocalist Josh Raven and bassist Stephen …

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Interview: Julian Comeau of The Colour You

The Colour You combines vivid, introspective subject matters with a complementary instrumental force. Recently, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana alt rock trio (Julian Comeau, Bemo Barnett, and Robbie Buisson) debuted the music video for their carrier single, “Set Me Free,” earning especial exposure through Alternative Press’s Facebook page. The single is …

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Interview with Alex Costello and Alex Adam of ROAM at Slam Dunk Festival 2018

Eastbourne pop-punk band, ROAM, aren’t strangers to Slam Dunk Festival as they entered the first day of the festival in Leeds City Centre. With the release of their 2nd album, Great Heights & Nosedives, we chatted with Alex Adam and Alex Costello, discussing their performance that day, which might have included inflatables, and the …

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