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MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Andres Aparicio (Andrés)

Andres Aparicio has quite a varied taste in music. That much shows through the music of his brainchild, Andrés (formerly known as Terra Alive). Featuring Jazzy guitar parts and instrumentals reminiscent of Dance Gavin Dance and Chon as well as vocals that wouldn’t be at all

“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

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

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Josh Elton (Nowhere Is Home)

This is a band from Houston who I’ve been paying attention to for a while now. The Texas music scene is so massive but they are managing to stand out and grow quickly in the post hardcore/alternative area of music. But their sound has so

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Sam Kohl (Sea In The Sky & Songbird.)

Sam is a musician who is known for making emotional music. Every aspect from the lyrics to the overall tone emit such a relatability. His latest release was a solo project under the moniker Songbird. Listening to Somber all the way through it’s impossible not

Bandcamp Adventures #3 – “Math Rock”

In this week’s Bandcamp Adventures we’ll be taking a look at music with the “Math Rock” tag. Math rock is a genre that typically features guitars heavily and is fairly rhythmically complex (hence math rock). Some are more complex than others, but each math rock band

Shaky Beats Music Festival 2016: Mike Floss

Now I know I have pushed Shaky Beats 2016 a lot for being an EDM fest. However, if you look at the Sunday lineup, you’ll notice that this festival is certainly not bound to one genre. After all, it takes place in Atlanta, the birthplace of southern

Jakey S.F.T.S & Nylon Dreams (Fort Myers, FL) Interview

I was fortunate enough to watch Jakey S.F.T.S perform last year at a Teal Cheese event. It was his first show ever and to say I was impressed is an understatement. This is an artist who knows how to command a crowd and convey feelings in

Exclusive Interview with Ko_Plune (UK)

I  recently got the chance to sit down with one of my very favorite indie bands, Ko_Plune and discuss their beginnings, their influences, and their brand new release, “Auditory Atlas”. Check out the interview with the entire band below! N: Where did your band’s name