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“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

Interview with Nick Raya (Amarionette)

Amarionette’s distinct yet versatile sound has got so much to offer that it’s guaranteed to get every head in the room bobbing along.  Back in August, the band exclusively premiered their latest album Repeating History on Teal Cheese which you can find here. Whether your

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

LEMIX J. BUCKLEY- “In Service of a Feeling” Album Premiere (Teal Cheese Exclusive)

“I’m surprised I kept my head.” Have you ever felt just too happy? Has it been a fat minute since you’ve questioned the what-ifs of your last breakup? Lucky for you, the four sad boiz that are Lemix J. Buckley are here to fix that.

Amarionette- “Repeating History” Album Premiere (Teal Cheese Exclusive)

I had heard the name Amarionette quite a few times before ever hearing their music. Once I did I wondered what had taken me so long. Quin’s vocals alone are a subject I could write a full post on. They’re passion fueled and versatile (from

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Paul Travis

Paul Travis is a singer/songwriter from Utah. He released a split EP with Kurt Travis earlier this year and he has a new album dropping in a few weeks so I caught up with him before our interview and discussed the music that has influenced

Interview with Lauren Travis on Esque Records

Esque Records began as a joking daydream and has been brought to life by Kurt and Lauren Travis. Esque currently has seven artists signed and no two of them sound the same. With genres from math rock, hip hop, acoustic indie and almost everything in