Jake Kemble discusses his new EP, his sonic growth as a musician and what’s next

Iowa based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Jake Kemble began songwriting as the frontman for his rick band Kick, having released two studio EPs and played hundreds of shows over the years.  Kemble started playing the guitar in high school and, at the age of 19, moved to the Twin Cities to try to Continue Reading

The Captain’s Son discusses their new album, running their own label and what’s next

California pop band The Captain’s Son, comprised of Paige Byrd (guitar/vocals), Jarred Hayden (drums) and William Hopkins (bass/vocals), blend catchy warm guitar melodies, laid-back harmonizing vocals and upbeat drum rhythms, reminiscent of early California surf pop.  Living in Long Beach, California, the band formed after Byrd and Hayden started playing together as teens. Hopkins later Continue Reading

Dalton Deschain discusses the new Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show EP, his new horror comic MONOCUL and what’s next for the band

NYC pulp-punk band Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show, comprised of Dalton Deschain (vocals/guitar), Jo Kroger (vocals/keyboards), Day Clancy (bass) and Phil Harris (drums), are described as the perfect combination of Stephen King, Danny Elfman, Alkaline Trio and John Cameron Mitchell, performing a blend of dark but humorous experimental punk Continue Reading

Eli Musser discusses his upcoming album, his songwriting style and what’s next

New York singer/songwriter/guitarist Eli Musser will be releasing his debut, self-produced album Content next month which was mixed by veteran technician, Bryce Goggin (Pavement, Evan Dando, Sean Lennon, Ramones, etc).  Although he has recorded music with others in the past, Musser considers this his debut album as it is his first recording under his name.  A formally Continue Reading

Imani Coppola discusses her new album, forging her own path as an artist and what’s next

New York-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Imani Coppola cultivated a love of music at an early age, with a jazz musician father, bass playing mother and siblings who were also musicians.  She learned the violin at the age of six and studied studio composition briefly at State University of New York Continue Reading

Duncan Fellows discuss their new EP, new music video, growing their sound and what’s next

Indie rock band Duncan Fellows, comprised of Colin Harman (guitar/vocals), Cullen Trevino (guitar/vocals), Jack Malonis (keys/back up vocals/guitar), Tim Hagen (drums) and David Stimson (bass), have been garnering a growing fanbase over the past several years.  Based in Austin, TX, Trevino and Harman met while attending the University of Texas, Continue Reading

The Grahams discuss their new album, working with producer Richard Swift and what’s next

Although Americana Folk band The Grahams will be releasing their third album, Kids Like US, early next year, the duo has given us a taste of the album with the release of the singles “Just What You Deserve” and “Bite My Tongue”.  Travel and adventure have always been at the heart Continue Reading

Michaela Anne discusses her new album, forging her own path and what’s next

Nashville Country and Americana artist Michaela Anne has been garnering national attention since the 2014 release of Ease My Mind, an album that was named one of the year’s best country albums by The Village Voice.  After the release of the album she moved from Brooklyn to Nashville, releasing her Continue Reading

Victoria Kühne discusses her new music video, her upcoming EP and what’s next for her

Multi-talented artist Victoria Kühne is a prominent part of the arts and music community in her home city of Monterrey, Mexico as a musician, producer,  director, record label owner, artist and streetwear fashion designer.  When she was 11 years old, Kühne’s parents built the recording studios she now runs and Continue Reading