Ronan Harris discusses the new VNV Nation album, making his first music video and what’s next

VNV Nation, the alternative electronic project led by Ronan Harris, is wowing crowds and critics alike with the latest album NOIRE.  Born in Dublin, Ireland, Harris now lives in Hamburg, Germany where he has his own studio and releases albums via his own label, Anachron Sounds.  Harris blends though provoking Continue Reading

Parks discuss personal struggles, growing their sound and what’s next

Musician Brian E. King has had a rough few years in dealing with his mom’s death, a changing band line-up, the end of a relationship, a cancer scare and a bike accident.  Through it all, however, he had his music to get him through and never stopped writing and recording. Continue Reading

Alec Benjamin discusses his new mixtape, playing parking lot shows and what’s next for him

LA-based singer-songwriter Alec Benjamin has had an incredible journey of hard work and an unshakeable drive to get to where he is today.  Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Benjamin has been releasing a steady stream of music since his breakthrough hit “Paper Crown” in 2014.  Along with Citizen Cope and Paul Continue Reading

Jamie N Commons discusses working with Alex Da Kid, his upcoming album and what’s next

English blues/rock musician Jamie N Commons was born in Bristol, England but moved with his family at 6 years of age to Chicago.  His father had a love for American culture, a love and fascination he passed on to Commons through road trips they took throughout the South.  It was Continue Reading

Slothrust discuss their new album, their upcoming European tour and what’s next

LA alternative rock band Slothrust is receiving critical praise for their latest album, The Pact.  The band, consisting of Leah Wellbaum (vocals/guitar), Kyle Bann (bass) and Will Gorin (drums), formed in Boston, MA in 2010.  The trio met while attending Sarah Lawrence College and formed Slothrust, seeking a heavier sound then Continue Reading

Boys Of Fall discuss their new album, maturing as songwriters and what’s next

Detroit pop-punk band Boys Of Fall, consisting of Michael Martenson (vocals), Jake Cemer (vocals/guitar), Dan Quigley (guitar), Eli Sleeker (Bass) and Scott Solomon (Drums), is back and more determined then ever with the release on October 26th of their latest album Better Moments.  Having gone through a lot as a Continue Reading

The Britanys discuss their new mixtape, their new sound and what’s next

  Brooklyn indie rock band The Britanys have been wowing audiences and critics alike since the release of their debut EP It’s Alright in 2014.  Comprised of Steele Kratt (drums), Lucas Long (vocals/guitar), Lucas Carpenter (Bass) and Jake Williams (guitar), the band burst onto the scene with a sound reminiscent Continue Reading

VÉRITÉ Talks ACL And How She’s Ready For Her Next Breakdown

I’m Kelsey Byrne, better known as her persona VÉRITÉ (stylist in all caps) isn’t just your typical D.I.Y music lady. A true independent artist that can only create out of self-motivation and the her true desire to become whatever she’ll become. After releasing her debut album Somewhere in Between Vèritè Continue Reading

Mitch Bradford discusses his debut album, love for vinyl and what’s next

Americana/folk/pop singer-songwriter Mitch Bradford grew up in Brownsville, TX with a love for artists such as Neil Young, Jackson Browne and Joni Mitchell.  Inspired by their warm and simplistic lyrical styles and composition, Bradford began writing his own music 15 years ago.  While still writing music on the side, Bradford Continue Reading

Yoshi Flower discusses his mixed tape release, growing up in Detroit and what’s next for him

LA artist Josh Smith, who goes by the name Yoshi Flower, exploded onto the scene in March with his debut track “Movies”, having since released tracks “Just On Drugs”, “Woke” and “Brown Paper Bag”, to name a few.  Originally from Detroit, Smith was a member of the “cosmic trap” duo Continue Reading

Tropic discuss their new EP, musical backgrounds and what’s next

The New York-based duo Tropic is the musical project of EDM producer Phuse (Jarel Hill) and R&B singer/songwriter Jo-B Sebastian, who recently released an EP, Bittersweet, that fuses electronica, soul, pop and R&B together to give listeners a unique and eclectic sound.  They both grew up listening to Earth Wind Continue Reading

A Very Special Episode discuss their new EP, signing with Knuckle Down Records and what’s next

NYC post punk/shoegaze band A Very Special Episode recently released their sophomore EP Cut For Time.  The EP showcases the growth the band has undergone since they formed in 2016 and their shift to a more aggressive and fast-paced tempo while still maintaining some of their intimate and atmospheric roots.  Although Continue Reading