I Am The Albatross: Lonesome Son

Conjured in Austin, Texas, I Am The Albatross are expanding their horizons and have recently completed their second album, Lonesome Son. The trio has remained in their home state, but after a year of creating and playing, they were able to produce new material for their growing fan base. …

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Crystal Bright And The Silver Hands: The Absolute Elsewhere

Stepping from the world of anthropology and education to a stage permeating a twist of gypsy/jazz and pop, Crystal Bright And The Silver Hands have recently released their second hauntingly captivating album, The Absolute Elsewhere. The North Carolina singer/songwriter, Crystal Bright, showcases her immense knowledge in various genres of …

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Interview with Disco Biscuits: Boogying On Down

Most of us have heard of disco fries before—but disco biscuits? Granted, as addictive as those fries are, I would bet many would be interested in ordering some biscuits as a side dish. But this is a delicacy we can’t eat. No; these Disco Biscuits are far better than …

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An Interview with The Black Dahlia Murder: Breaking The Fourth Wall

November first may have become the first day of a horror-free society until next haunting season, but the fiends in death metal continue year-round to keep just a little bit of horror in the world—even if it’s just in the music industry. According to Trevor Strnad, vocalist of The Black …

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An Interview with Fit For An Autopsy: Fit For A Tour

Don’t let this band’s name fool you—they’re very much alive. While hearses and formaldehyde come to mind when the word “autopsy” pops up, the guys in Fit For An Autopsy bring a whole new idea to the table: music. Nothing is livelier than music, so why have such a morbid …

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An Interview with Stitched Up Heart: No More Heartache

Cute kittens and heavy bass generally don’t mix too well. But lead singer Mixi Demner, or Stitched Up Heart, has certainly made it work. By night, she jams out with her band in dark, wild music halls—by day, though, she cares for newborn kittens in need of a mother. That …

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Gearing Up For Flight: An Interview with We Were Promised Jetpacks

Who knew that fairytales actually could happen? Although this story doesn’t include a fairy godmother or singing mice, it does provide a dream-come-true. The Scottish band, We Were Promised Jetpacks, rocketed from high school Battle Of The Band contestants to international rockers. Through their passion and talent for creating jamming …

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An Interview with Vanessa Carlton: Back In Action

Of course, we all know that ever-so popular song that practically everyone just had to learn on the piano. No—not “Chopsticks.” When Vanessa Carlton was around 18 years old, she concocted a beautiful tune, “A Thousand Miles,” with complex piano riffs, sending trickles of high notes down the keyboard like …

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An Interview with All Time Low: Challenge Accepted

Heading into their 10-year anniversary, All Time Low has plenty to be excited about: a new album, huge tour, and wedding bells. Wait—wedding bells? You’ve got it. These rockers aren’t the youngsters we fell in love with 10 years ago. Does anyone else feel old yet? But, if it helps, …

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Stay Wild, Music Maniacs: An Interview with Syka

Some of us came into this world with an innate hunger for the dark, edgy world of hard rock; but others eventually found their way to the comfort of power chords and head banging. Through the up-and-coming band, Syka, audiences are graced with the best of both worlds. How can …

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