Joanne Shaw Taylor discusses her new album, being discovered by Dave Stewart and what’s next

British blues rock guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor has been referred to as “the new face of the blues” and it’s a well deserved accolade.  Discovered by Dave Stewart of The Eurythmics at the age of 16, she was inspired in her early teens to play the blues after listening to Continue Reading

Sunflower Bean discuss their new EP, touring less this year and what’s next for the band

Photo Credit: Rebekah Campbell NYC indie-rock band Sunflower Bean have been creating a steady buzz since forming in 2013.  Influenced by a wide range of bands such as Minor Threat, Beach Fossils, Metallica, Nirvana, the Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin and Brian Wilson, they have been growing and evolving their sound Continue Reading

Frank Iero discusses his new album, his growth as an artist and what’s next

Frank Iero, well-known as the rhythm guitarist and back-up vocalist for My Chemical Romance, has had a successful solo career over the past several years.  He started playing in local bands on the New Jersey punk scene when he was just 11 years old and served as the frontman for Continue Reading

ZFG discuss their latest single, their first tour as a band and what’s next

LA groove-rock band ZFG (Zero Fucks Given) is creating their own style of music that blends hook-filled melodies, funky guitar riffs and groovy rock beats.  Consisting of Trev Lukather (guitar), Sam Porcaro (bass), Josh Devine (drums) and Jules Galli (vocals), the members were all close friends on other musical projects Continue Reading

Alexander 23 discusses touring with Alec Benjamin, performing this year at Lollapalooza and what’s next

Photo credit: Maria Isabel Alexander Glantz, better known by the moniker Alexander 23, has become an overnight sensation with the release of his debut single “Dirty AF1s” in March of this year.  The song made Apple Music’s “Bop Of The Week” and made Spotify’s “New Music Friday” playlist.  He recently Continue Reading

Yungblud discusses collaborating with Halsey and Travis Barker, his next album and what’s next

Photo credit: Damon Baker Dominic Harrison, better known as Yungblud, has been labeled as the poster boy for new-era punk and has taken the music world by storm.  Although he grew up in Doncaster in the North of England, he moved to London at 16 and was faced with the Continue Reading

Zr. King discuss their new album, their latest single and what’s next for them

New York power rock band Zr. King formed in New York in 2012 by members of the former NY rock band Social Hero and the New Jersey band The Minor Lift.  Comprised of Griffin Lotti (vocals/guitar), Brandon Lotti (bass/vocals), Medley Shabazz (drums/vocals) and Matt Thompson (guitar/vocals), the band blends a Continue Reading

Elderbrook discusses developing his sound, songwriting sessions in LA and what’s next

Photo credit: Grace Pickering British electronic musician, songwriter and producer Alexander Kotz, better known by his moniker Elderbrook, has been steadily creating a buzz with his unique blend of sounds ranging from gospel to indie to hip hop.  The appeal of electronic music for him is that there an infinite Continue Reading

JONO discusses his latest video for “North”, his love of nature and what’s next for him

California instrumental rock artist Jonathan Bareford, who goes by the moniker JONO, has harnessed the unique power that music has to grab attention, evoke emotion and unite and inspire individuals.  A lover of nature, especially the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, JONO combines his music with powerful visuals as Continue Reading

Cisco Adler discusses his upcoming album, his record label and what’s next

California musician, songwriter and producer Cisco Adler has had a celebrated career in the music industry, encompassing many roles over the years.  Blending elements of hip-hop, indie-pop and roots-tinged sounds into a sound that is influenced by his time spent growing up in California and Hawaii, Adler has created his Continue Reading

Jenn Vix discusses her new EP, the music video for “Ride” and sexism in the music industry

Electronic artist Jenn Vix has had a long and illustrious career in the music industry as not only a singer, songwriter and performer, but also as a recording engineer and producer.  For years she has endured sexism in the music industry with comments such as “You’re pretty good for a Continue Reading

Rebel Rampage discuss political protest, recording their album and what’s next for the band

LA-based power trio Rebel Rampage has a message for the masses.  Comprised of Graham Czach (lead vocals/bass/songwriter), Dylan McGee Jones (guitar) and PunKy Balfour (drums), the band uses their music as a form of political protest and a as way to discuss the current political climate.  Started by Czach in Continue Reading