Leuca – Getting To The Soul

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As a young, active musician of around four years, New York-native Leuca has a variety of influences: from worship, to soul and hip hop. For September’s Unsigned Band Week, Leuca gives the details of his musical styling, what draws him to music, and his …

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The Fremonts – Going Out West

For Americana duo The Fremonts, the impact of one’s home and surroundings ring true on all fronts. From the mutual city name that sparked their own, moving across the country, and naming/developing their first full-length, the twosome divulge all for Unsigned Band Week.

Where are you all from?

Justin is …

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Scottish Widows – Can Ya Feel It?

Through lineup changes, full-time jobs, and even a heart attack, unsigned, New York talent Scottish Widows have forged ahead. Now, the band tells The Aquarian how they made that possible.

Where are you all from?

Scottish Widows hail from Staten Island, NY. We have a good fan base in both …

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Spotlights: Sleep On It

Chicago-based pop-punk rockers Sleep On It have been on an upward trajectory since their formation in 2012, and signing with Equal Vision Records in 2015. In addition to their highly anticipated debut LP, Overexposed, due out Nov. 3, the five-some are slated to play Chicago’s Riot Fest along with …

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An Interview With Good Charlotte: Life Can’t Get Much Better

Some things change, while others stay the same, and for Good Charlotte it is that exact blend of nostalgia and valuing the present that have made their comeback album Youth Authority so endearing. For the once Maryland hailing five-piece—vocalist Joel Madden, lead guitarist and backing vocalist Benji Madden, guitarist Billy …

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We’re Not Afraid: An Interview With Set It Off

Through lineup changes, experimenting with musical elements and personal plights, Set It Off has always been the band to look on the bright side. So it only makes sense that the pop rock quartet—vocalist Cody Carson, lead guitarist Dan Clermont, rhythm guitarist Zach DeWall, and drummer Maxx Danziger—channel that energy …

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An Interview With We Came As Romans: No Time To Waste

Complacency is boring, and We Came As Romans are anything but. From back-to-back tours to toying with different genres and musical elements, the metalcore five-piece—unclean vocalist Dave Stephens, clean vocalist Kyle Pavone, lead guitarist Joshua Moore, rhythm guitarist Lou Cotton, and bassist Andy Glass—aim to continue constantly growing as a …

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In Memoriam: Tom Searle of Architects

I wasn’t sure how to write this. Despite the fact I offered to write this, once I started I found myself in a cycle of typing and deleting, worried I wouldn’t be able to do it the justice deserved. So I’ll just start.

I didn’t know Tom Searle. Though I …

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An Interview With A Day To Remember: Nothing But Good Vibrations

Three years following the release of their last album, A Day To Remember are right back at it again with their sixth record, Bad Vibrations, due out next month. The Ocala quintet—lead vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, lead guitarist Kevin Skaff, rhythm guitarist Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard, and drummer Alex …

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Loseyourhead With The 1975: An Interview with Matty Healy

With a sprawling second album boasting 17 songs and 16-word-long-title (the aptly named I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it) you couldn’t miss The 1975 even if you tried. And you probably wouldn’t want to. The UK-based pop band—lead vocalist …

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