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“Soundtrack to a Story”- Interview with Vague Advice

Vague Advice is a band from Pennsylvania. If you haven’t heard about them, they’re sure to be everywhere soon enough. They took on the lofty task of writing a full concept EP. The concept? It has to do with time travel…and the nuclear apocalypse? I

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Dante Robinson (Vague Advice)

Pennsylvania rock band Vague Advice is releasing their concept EP, Time Travelers’ Continent in a few days. This is one of those indie releases you don’t want to miss. Somehow this band is completely DIY and sounds like competition for any major act. I spoke with

On the Road with RJ Reynolds (Stolas)- Chapter 2

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a band on tour? RJ Reynolds of Stolas gives us his experience and perspective; an honest and personal look at life on the road. In case you missed it, here’s Chapter 1. Here’s the next installment of

On the Road with RJ Reynolds (Stolas)- Chapter 1

This is the first installment of a series that will follow the day to day happenings of a band on tour. Anyone who follows RJ on social media knows he has an unparalleled way with words. He was kind enough to chronicle the tour in

“Record, Perform, Repeat”- Interview with Kurt Travis

Kurt Travis is one of the busiest people in the music scene right now. Every time I turn around he’s touring with a new set of bands. Along with his solo project he has two other groups (Eternity Forever and Push Over) that he’s currently

Lo-Fi and DIY: Interview with Talking Forever

In a world full of over produced music, Houston’s Talking Forever is bringing back the lo-fi sound we miss so much. There’s something to be said for a band who records an album completely on their own. It’s not an easy task and I spoke with

Stolas – “Stolas” (Full Album Stream + Lyric Explanation)

We’ve been following Stolas since the band’s inception. They are one of the hardest working and diverse bands in the industry today. With each release comes a drastic change in sound and live performance which aren’t seen very often these days. This group has gone

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Luke Seymoup

Following the momentum of their debut single “Mosquitoes” in December, Luke Seymoup and his band have delivered their next offering in the form of “Doing Dishes”. This is a Springsteen-influenced punk song that won’t disappoint. This track has been a live staple for the band since it’s inception

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: The Fame Riot

It’s hard to pinpoint the type of music The Fame Riot make. It’s part pop, electronic, alternative…the genre lines are blurry with this duo and it’s for the better. They’re on the come up with a new single, “Heart Stray”, which was released at the end of