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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

Kyle Lucas & Jonny Craig Tour

As the Teal Cheese team is gearing up for the Kyle Lucas and Jonny Craig show in a few days I thought it appropriate to post a playlist for the ocassion. I’ve been a fan of Jonny’s work since his years lending vocals to DGD

KICK START Sunday #17- Nick’s March Playlist

More of what I’ve been listening to since the last playlist installment. This month marked yet another birthday, another Bayside show (I believe thats 6, now), and creative leaps in the world of Teal Cheese. Ill give you a hint: soon, I’ll be using a

MUSE SEE! Monday #24-Dance Gavin Dance- “On The Run”

We haven’t seen any new material from Dance Gavin Dance (other  than one track, “Pussy Vultures“), since October. “Acceptance Speech” brought new era of DGD, bringing in Tilian Pearson as their vocalist. Clearly, the band has only further adapted and meshed with Pearson because even

Nick’s Top 20 Under Rated Albums Part 3!

In case you missed them, here’s PART 1 and PART 2! (11) A- “Hi-Fi Serious”: This British alt-rock band have been around since ’93. They broke out overseas but never got CLOSE to the recognition they deserve in the U.S. When this album dropped in 2002, A unleashed

Circa Survive Premieres ANOTHER New Song!

Only a week after debuting the first single off their new record, Decensus, Circa Survive premiere ANOTHER new song/video called “Only the Sun”. Check it out below: AND check out Circa on tour! Get your tickets now! Teal Cheese will see you at the Florida

Nick’s Top 20 Under Rated Albums Part 1

(1) The Mars Volta- “De-Loused in the Comatorium”: I still remember the first time I ever heard this record, and I’ll probably never forget it. Unfortunately, the members’ old band, At the Drive In (who was great, absolutely) get most of the credit for “revolutionizing