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Bandcamp Adventures 11: #Emo

The Emo tag is definitely something that has been prevalent throughout most of my previous bandcamp adventures. Something that can encompass a wide spectrum of sounds (not emo as a genre), the emo bandcamp tag should be a gold mind. So check out some bands

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

Bandcamp Adventures 10: #IndieRock

After a long break (again) Bandcamp Adventures are back! This week, we’ll be looking a the Indie Rock tag. Something that I’m recently getting into after finally listening to bands like From Indian Lakes and Lydia. Expect a lot of music in this list resembling

“Effort Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Success”- Interview with Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside

Seventeen years and seven albums released, Bayside has and continues to touch the lives of their dedicated fans with their music.  Bayside is comprised of Anthony Raneri- vocals/guitar, Jack O’Shea- lead guitar, Nick Ghanbarian- bass, and Chris Gugliemo- drums.  Approaching the two decade mark as

Rae Sremmurd – Swang (Official video)

“Swang” is a song by American hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd. It was released on January 24; 2017 by EarDrummers and Interscope Records as the fourth single from their second studio album SremmLife 2. The song was produced by EarDrummers producer P-Nazty.The song’s accompanying music video

Too Reel: Underrated Movies from 1993

“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” – Frederick Douglass To struggle. To vie. To endeavor. To battle. It is the human way. It has also become the human way — or at least the American human way — to claim that “my

THREADS Thursday #30: Hot Lava

Aside from being half of the creative force behind Teenage, Rachael Anderson also runs a clothing line called Hot Lava. This is (in her words) how the idea for the Hot Lava brand came about: “I [had] so much inspiration from my Tumblr so I

ANAX gives you a taste of “GHOST RIDIN”.

Here is a preview of ANAX newest track named “GHOST RIDIN”