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Interview: Otep

Defying definition, Otep Shamaya is a multi-faceted creature known as much for her lyrical tongue and fierce growls, as for her outspoken personality and willingness to defend her beliefs on today’s politics, LGBTQ+ rights, moral veganism, and more. Music Existence was able to connect with Shamaya via Skype before she …

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Interview: Bear Hands

Back in February, Bear Hands released their first single “2am” off their new album. The song has received a lot of airplay since then and has been the most added song to Alternative Radio over the past 2 weeks. Their new album “You’ll Pay For This” drops April 15th. I recently caught up with Dylan …

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Interview with Blackey Lor of Midnight Mob: “The fact that I front a rock band is truly God’s sense of humor”.

New York City’s Midnight Mob has kept their music just like the environment around them—gritty, diversely expressive, and true-to-heart. Their reputation for building solid performance rapport, as well as genuinely unified communication with fans over their half-a-decade career has been rightfully earned. Both the band and fans are stoked about …

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An Interview with Matt Fazzi of Rare Futures: “Love is a multi-layered beast that, depending on what perspective you are looking from, can be very different from one person to the next.”

For over a decade, multi-instrumentalist Matt Fazzi has made the most of channeling his assets into numerous projects. Whether you’d prefer his tenures in the prog-influenced Facing New York, the underappreciated New Again album of Taking Back Sunday, or the introspective Happy Body Slow Brain, Fazzi has given every opportunity …

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