Royal & The Serpent releases new single “PHUCKBOI REJECTS” and announces tour in support of grandson’s Death Of A Tour 2022

RIAA certified gold, LA singer/songwriter Royal & the Serpent has released her latest pop-punk single, “PHUCKBOI REJECTS”, proclaiming her soft spot for boys that are “that obnoxious kind of toxic that goes shopping at hot topic” with “nicotine addictions.”  The bombastic new track arrives with a gripping video featuring Royal 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

Arden Jones releases new single “either way”

20 year old Arden Jones was born in Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.  Arden comes from a family of musicians and writers.  He spent his childhood around performers, performing regularly himself.  He grew up attending concerts and festivals in San Francisco and Oakland and at home 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

GAYLE talks about her journey into music, her latest single, signing with Atlantic records and what’s next

Nashville-based pop artist GAYLE grew up loving music.  She grew up outside of Dallas and started singing at the age of 7 after learning about jazz vocalists such as Ella Fitzgerald in school.  Over the next few years, she learned how to play guitar and writing her own songs.  At Continue Reading

Brynn Elliot discusses her journey into music, her love of philosophy, her new album ‘Can I Be Real?’, and what’s next

Music has always been a part of Brynn Elliot’s life.  Born and raised in Atlanta, the discovery of her dad’s guitar as a teenager led her to discover songwriting as a form of expression, teaching herself guitar chords from YouTube videos.  As she was heading into her sophomore year of Continue Reading

Bear Rinehart discusses his new project, Wilder Woods

Bear Rinehart, known to many as the frontman and co-founder of the Grammy Award-nominated group NEEDTOBREATHE, has recently embarked on his solo side project Wilder Woods.  An homage to his family and a quest for personal growth, the project has been a journey of self-discovery for Rinehart.  Named after his Continue Reading

Josie Dunne releases her new single “Ooh La La”

Nashville pop artist Josie Dunne has released her latest single “Ooh La La”, following the prior release of “Mute” and “Same” from her upcoming EP to be released this fall.  She has been gaining plenty of industry attention since the release of her debut single “Old School” in January of Continue Reading

Max Frost discusses his new album, his move to LA and his tour with Twenty One Pilots

LA musician Max Frost has steadily been creating a buzz within the industry with his genre-bending sound, one that infuses blues with pop, rock and hip hop.  Born and raised in Austin, TX, a city with a diverse music scene, Frost spent his younger years surrounded by a supportive community Continue Reading

PARAMORE’S TOUR 5: CHICAGO, IL – 07.02.2018

Paramore Foster the People, Jay Som at Huntington Bank Pavilion, Chicago, IL July 2, 2018 Words & Photos by Nina Tadic Paramore is a band that has been around the block a handful of times, and the tour they’ve put together shows that for sure. Openers Jay Som and Foster Continue Reading

Josie Dunne discusses her upcoming debut EP, seeing her latest video play in Times Square and her favorite podcasts

Nashville artist Josie Dunne was always destined for a career in music, having grown up in a creative and art-loving household.  Although she grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, she has since moved to Nashville to focus on her music.  Knowing from a young age that she wanted to Continue Reading