Interview with Mat Kearney: The City Has Blended Grey

When Mat Kearney isn’t jamming out to Justin Bieber’s new song, or fixing his age-worthy Martin, he’s probably reminiscing about the grapevines in his backyard, or making another cup of coffee. He spoke to The Aquarian about his love for fusing genres, as well as the realness of coffee addiction. …

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An Interview with Of Monsters And Men: The Melodic Nordic

I’ve always been enraptured by the sounds and styles of Of Monsters And Men, along the masses following their 2011 release of “Little Talks.” Their first single raided the peak of alternative charts worldwide, yet the band remained true to their haunted elegance for their second album, Beneath The Skin

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The Story Of Lagwagon: An Interview with Joey Cape

LAGWAGON. Photograph by Lisa Johnson Rock Photographer. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. http://www.lisajohnsonphoto.com

The things I learned while speaking to Joey Cape (of the well-respected punk staple that is Lagwagon), will reassure readers and fans that the love for the band still stems from a genuine place. For 25 years, we’ve stuck …

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Interview with Titus Andronicus: Love Always, +@

Walking to Shea Stadium in hopes of finding some curbside treasures (successfully), Patrick Stickles of Titus Andronicus is in the middle of some obscure journey. Sure, we’ve heard that he’s maybe gone through some insanely, depressingly, and otherwise absolutely dreadful past few years. I’m not sure if he’s sick of …

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2015 New Music Seminar: Platform For Platinum

As the music industry remains a myriad, people of all music-related interests and careers need an outlet for guidance, networking, and strategy. There are more aspects to music other than a CD with a mini poster tucked inside the album sleeve. From the first note strummed on an aspiring musician’s …

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An Interview with Christopher Owens: Coffee And Tea And Trail Mix

There are few things less embarrassing than nervously interviewing one of your saviors of music, while throwing around corny jokes about trail mix and fumbling your words. However, despite my maybe apparent skittish demeanor, I learned a thing or two about Christopher Owens—aside from his snack choice at Whole Foods. …

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Rey Pila: Up For Seconds

Out of Mexico City and into Julian Casablanca’s Cult Records, Rey Pila has released their second installment, The Future Sugar. And although it took the band a year to fully adopt band members and become a quartet, they have created a buzz among indie rock fans. Members Diego Solórzano, …

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Haste The Day: Rock And Rejoice

For more than a decade, fans of Haste The Day, have been genuinely supportive of the band. Despite their hiatus in 2011, they received donations which highly surpassed the goal for their new album, Coward. This awaiting installment is set to come out May 19. It may have …

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METZ: Swallow You Whole

METZ have quite the overwhelming agenda. They just released METZ II, are on a complete North American tour (including their home turf and our northern neighbors), while constantly adding more live show dates. Alex Edkins, Hayden Menzies, and Chris Slorach make up the noisy rock group, all together with …

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Folding The Pages: Here To Stay

Mike Carroll leads alternative band, Folding The Pages, from Bergen County. Alongside Mike Ford and Dylan Gadino, the trio is set to play a show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken. It’s been almost a year since the EP release of Lisa May, and it looks like they might also …

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