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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

“Even the Worst Gig Has a Silver Lining” – Interview with Indie Rockers Honestly Probably

Indie math rockers Honestly Probably out of Jensen Beach, FL mix catchy riffs and heavy drums in their new E.P. Wave and Leave. With lyrics like “I’ve got an awful day in mind something to hide behind til I’m with you tonight” the male/female shadowy vocals

“Being in a Band Might be the Best Crash Course in Psychology”- Interview with Dweller at the Well

Dweller at the Well is a brand new post-hardcore/alternative rock band fresh on the scene. Their band consists of Chris Fonseca on vocals/guitar, James Rapacon on guitar, DJ Ramirez on vocals/bass, and Chris Hunter on drums. These guys just released their first record Skeleton Key

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Kenneth Holder (Nowhere Is Home)

Nowhere Is Home is one of the best indie rock band’s in the scene right now. Get to know the band a little better with a look into the albums that have inspired the band’s guitar player/lead vocalist. In case you missed it, click here to

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Rocky Nelson (Crimson Arrow)

*Main Image Provided by: @brownmetal (Michael-Rex Carbonell) Rocky Nelson is the lead singer of Houston, TX progressive rock band Crimson Arrow who we’ve worked with before. In addition to singing in Crimson Arrow, Rocky has a solo project (called Rocky Nelson). His project’s debut album, Two Hearts, is set to be

Emo Night Brooklyn

  Emo Night BK has quickly become the one night a month that I consistently look forward to.  I’ve gone to every show they’ve had in the city for almost a year now. I can honestly say that each night is so memorable and I

7 Emo Holiday Songs

For those of us who are tired of hearing the same 2 versions of the same handful of songs on the radio, while we’re shopping, on T.V., and pretty much everywhere else. Luckily for us some of our favorite bands have given us a new

Interview with Ideas (New York)

Having to deal with a lineup change is hard for a band. Most of the time their sound will be altered in very noticeable ways. A new drummer adds new flair to the feels and grooves in the pockets of songs. A new guitarist would

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: C.J. Burton (Rome Hero Foxes)

A few years ago I heard about a band called Rome Hero Foxes through one of my clients. They had one self released full length LP at that time and it was great. Fast forward one year and their album For When You’re Falling Backwards