AVATARI discusses his journey into music, becoming a solo artist, his latest single, and what’s next

Inspired by the craftsmanship of legendary rock and roll artists such as Little Richard and Mick Jagger, San Francisco alt-rock artist Ari Welkom, better known by the moniker AVATARI, is forging his own path in the California music scene.  He loved and played music from a young age but never Continue Reading

LA artist Arden Jones talks about growing up around music, finding his sound as an artist, his new single and what’s next

LA-based singer, songwriter, and rap artist Arden Jones grew up surrounded by music and was heavily influenced by being near the musical mecca of San Francisco.  Born in Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, he spent his childhood around performers and, aside from attending concerts and festivals Continue Reading

Ryan LeVine discusses embarking on a solo career, living in Mexico for 3 months, his debut EP, and what’s next

Change can be hard, and at times painful, but can also lead to incredible growth.  For LA-based artist Ryan LeVine, the falling apart of a serious relationship and the breakup of Wildling, his band of 6 years, led to a a lot of pain but a lot of personal growth. Continue Reading

Move Like Creatures discuss forming the band, mental health, their new single, their upcoming debut EP, and what’s next for them

Although the world seemed to stop when the pandemic hit in 2020, singer Nancy Bombard took to Craigslist during the early days of the pandemic to enlist like-minded artists for a band after the dissolution of her previous band.  Her ad was answered, resulting Bombard, drummer Melissa Koziel, bassist Brian Continue Reading

The RT’s discuss maturing as a band, their new album, playing live again, and what’s next for the band

After almost a decade of performing as The Rad Trads, the Brooklyn-based band, having matured over the years, both personally and sonically, decided to change their name to The RT’s with their recently released self-titled album.  Written during the pandemic, when everything was shutdown, it’s an album they say feels Continue Reading

Pepper Lewis discusses how music helped her cope with high school and the loss of her mom, her singles “Planetarium” and “Same Stuff”, her forthcoming debut EP, and what’s next for her

As a self-professed “old soul”, LA-based artist Pepper Lewis used music growing up to cope with high school, where she was an outcast, and with the passing of her mom. Raised in Queens and Long Island, Pepper knew she wanted to be a musician at a young age and counts Continue Reading

Boxout discusses his journey into music, his creative process, technology in music, his new single and what’s next

Chicago producer, singer, songwriter, ukelelist and multi-instrumentalist Jordan Kahn, who goes by the artist name Boxout, creates music that blends elements of various genres, including electronic, hip hop, punk, and indie music, creating his own original style while paying homage to his musical influences.  He started writing and producing original Continue Reading

Kali Masi discuss their evolution as as band, their new album, their limited edition, signature hot sauce, and what’s next for them

Chicago punk band Kali Masi has been heavily touring and self-promoting for the past 6 years.  Having met in high school, singer/guitarist Sam Porter and drummer John Garrison started playing music together, later forming The Howl, which they later changed to Kali Masi.  The band has released a few singles and Continue Reading

KILLBOY discusses her journey into music, learning to produce and engineer her own music, attending a Pitbull writing camp and what’s next for her

Born and raised in a small border town between Texas and Arkansas, LA-based Mexican-American musician, singer-songwriter, record producer, engineer, music video director, and visual artist KILLBOY knew from a young age that she wanted to pursue music.  Her music is a blend of different styles and genres including, but not Continue Reading

Nashville pop/soul artist Wyn Starks discusses his journey into music, living as his most authentic self, his new album ‘Black Is Golden’, and what’s next for him

Born and raised in Minneapolis, Wyn Starks had a deep love of music as a child and knew from a young age that he wanted to be a singer.  Influenced by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, and Prince, he developed a love for the sounds of Continue Reading

Fia Nyxx discusses her early career as a competitive dancer, finding her love for music and performing, her new single and upcoming album, and what’s next for her

A veteran of the industry, Denver based singer/songwriter/performer Fia Nyxx grew up dancing competitively and singing in her church choir.  Born Rachel Applehans, her creativity was cultivated from an early age and she realized she loved the spotlight and performing for people, deciding as she got older that she wanted Continue Reading