Interview with Fear Factory: Scary Good

Contrary to the glamorous scenes from Hollywood depicting the wonders of touring, it’s not all that easy. Depending on the set-up, it’s not too often to hear that some bands can go days without a hot shower. Then again, with the aid of a stellar tour bus, it’s gotten a …

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An Interview with Disturbed: Burn, Baby, Burn

Fire, lights, and good music—what more can you ask for? From passionate, original songs to covers of longtime favorites, the members of Disturbed are rearing to go this spring. Deep, velvety vocals radiate from speakers as they pair up with gentle piano notes as they waltz together through hardcore audiences. …

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An Interview with One-Eyed Doll: Be Their Friend!

Everything about One-Eyed Doll screams “passion.” From their music to merch, every fan out there can have a little piece of the spunky singer/songwriter, Kimberly Freeman. Who needs pyrotechnics when you have Kimberly’s energy explode on stage? With her lengthy pigtails flailing around like whips, it’s hard to believe she …

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Back For More: An Interview with The Struts

Look out, America. The Struts are back from England and ready for another rockin’ round of tours. Originated in the U.K., this rock group is taking the States by storm, illuminating the music world with wild tunes and fun-loving vibes.

Although they’d been through the U.S. for a summer tour …

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Hemming: Hemming

New acoustic singer/songwriter, Hemming, has broken through the barrier between basement band and sensational songstress. Formerly known as Candice Martello, the Philadelphia native has faced her fair share of struggles in the music world, but her single “Vitamins” catapulted the Drexel graduate into a record deal and overnight success. The …

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Baked Goods: One Of Those Things

What do you get when you throw jazzy riffs and some good rock ‘n’ roll into one song? Baked Goods: a spicy, yet refreshing twist of funk and light jazz. All from the same New York area, the quintet joined forces in high school—and their idea to become a band …

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Your Typical Renaissance Woman: An Interview with Danni May

Piano isn’t all about learning how to perfect Chopin’s compositions or becoming a carbon copy of your old classical-obsessed music teacher. Sometimes, piano can be just as hardcore as an electric guitar plugged into a wall of sound systems. Just ask Nutley, NJ native, Danni May. I’m sure she can …

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An Interview with Lettuce: Need My Funk Smoothie

Good funk and food seem to go hand-in-hand. You’ve got Disco Biscuits and now Lettuce? Of course, you wouldn’t generally think of these two on a plate together; yet, the bands have formed a great bond over the years after falling into the same music genre: funk. And if you …

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Fit For Royalty: An Interview with Queensrÿche

Most music junkies would assume their favorite bands have a lust for partying well into the wee hours of the morning—that may be the case for some groups, but not for the members of Queensrÿche. Of course, don’t rule them out as “boring dudes.” Just take a look at their …

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An Interview with Crucible: More Music, Please

When given some good relaxation time, many would probably spend this glorious gift either asleep or binge-watching Netflix. Then again, there are some people in the world who genuinely seem to enjoy a fair amount of productivity. Take a look at Dave Stephens. Yes, the Dave Stephens from We Came …

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