Forecastle Festival rocks Louisville’s Waterfront Park July 13th-15th

Louisville, Ky plays host every year to Forecastle Festival, an event that Louisvillians hold near and dear to their heart.  Having started in 2002, the festival has grown and changed over the years to become one of the most anticipated events that the city has to offer.  With pre-festival activities Continue Reading

Dance Gavin Dance-I See Stars-Erra-Sianvar // Louisville, KY 6.16.18

Dance Gavin Dance with I See Stars, Erra and Sianvar Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY June 16th, 2018                                                                                       Words and photos by Emily May California post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance made a stop in Louisville, KY recently to a sold out crowd of fans.  The band has been touring in Continue Reading

Pass Away discuss their new album, their favorite punk bands and what’s next

Brooklyn-based Punk band Pass Away released their debut full-length LP entitled The Hell I’ve Always Seen on May 25th.  Comprised of Mike Ireland and Kellen Robson of I Am The Avalanche and Eric Fairchild of Crime In Stereo, the trio decided to form Pass Away in the winter of 2014.  They Continue Reading

Metric-Everything Everything-Kitten-Ruen Brothers-Culture Wars-Tatiana DeMaria//Louisville, KY 6.15.18

The Gathering presents Metric with Everything Everything, Kitten, Ruen Brothers, Culture Wars and Tatiana Demaria Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY June 15th, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                  Words and photos by Emily May The Gathering, which is a showcase platform for new and developing bands, presented Canadian indie pop/electronic band Metric in Louisville, KY Continue Reading

The Wild Feathers discuss their new album, their “Meat and Greet” and what’s ahead

Alternative rock band The Wild Feathers are blowing up the charts ahead of the release of their latest album, Greetings From The Neon Frontier. Comprised of Taylor Burns (Guitar/Vocals), Ricky Young (Guitar/Vocals), Joel King (Bass/Vocals) and Ben Dumas (Drums), the band embraces a multi-singer approach, blending the voices of Burns, Continue Reading

Family Of The Year talk about their latest album, their DIY spirit and New Jersey producer Gazzo’s remix of Hold Me Down

LA-based indie rock band Family of the Year have come a long way since releasing their debut EP in 2009.  Consisting of brothers Sebastian (drums/vocals) and Joseph (vocals/guitar) Keefe, James Buckey (guitar/vocals) and Christina Schroeter (keyboard/vocals), the band created an early buzz, having been chosen by Ben Folds and Keith Continue Reading

The Rassle discuss their latest single “Roll On”, their DIY approach to the band and their Spotify Summer playlists

NYC-based indie-electronic/rock band The Rassle has been creating a buzz with their super catchy and feel good pop.  The band is made up of brothers Blair and Reed Van Nort, who draw influences from bands such as Kasabian and Arcade Fire, as well as ’50s Rockabilly, punk rock, music from Continue Reading

Mainland discusses their recently released EP, Villians, their video for “I Found God” and their first headlining tour

New York City post-punk/pop band Mainland, fresh off of tour supporting The Mowgli’s, is currently on their first headlining tour, having recently released their latest EP entitled Villians.  Comprised of Jordan Topf (vocals, guitar), Corey Mullee (guitar, keyboard) and Alex Pitta (bass), the members all came to NYC from California Continue Reading

Pollens discusses their latest EP, how the two met and the transition from a multi-member band to a duo

Pollens, an indie pop band originally based in Seattle, now calls New York home.  With a sound that’s been described as a mix of trance, African rhythms, choral composition and alternative indie rock, the band has a unique sound that is constantly evolving and have been compared to Brooklyn band 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

HARE discusses changing their band name, recording their debut EP and their upcoming EP release party

New York indie-pop band HARE are ready for a fresh start to their musical career.  Formerly called Seb Isaac Band, singer/guitarist Sebastien Isaac, guitarist James Licata, bassist Graham Orbe, Keyboardist Jon Caplan and drummer Michael Santa Cruz decided to change the band name to HARE and released their first single Continue Reading