An Interview with New Years Day: Bloody Mary Is Back

The bad guys in comic books and Disney films have nothing on this fiery songstress. Just by listening to a single song, it’s made clear that the Gothic rock band, New Years Day, is heavily influenced by the dark side—something I can completely relate to. The lead vocalist, Ashley “Ash” …

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Interview with Kansas: Carrying On

A tornado has broken free of Kansas borders, bringing the world a whirlwind of clear-cut harmonies and meaningful lyrics—not to be lost in the dust in the wind. The eye of the storm remains strong, with no end in sight. With 14 studio albums, Kansas is diving headfirst into yet …

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An Interview with One-Eyed Doll: Trick Or Treat

Ghosts, witches, monsters, and serial killers—what more would you need to prepare for the haunting season? From tongue-in-cheek songs about dating vampires to an entire album dedicated to the Salem Witch Hysteria, the members of One-Eyed Doll are heading our way to put us in the mood for a rockin’ …

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An Interview with ZZ Ward: Heading To Battle

We all know that saying, “Make music, not war” (or some sort of variation of it). Well, ZZ Ward is heading to battle—the battle to spread her love of music. With her new album, This Means War, just released, she’s prepared to jump in the road and begin her …

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An Interview with H2O: Still Making A Splash

Much like water itself, the band H2O is everywhere. This American band has been around the world and back, quenching their fans’ thirsts for solid tracks and fun riffs. For 21 years, these rockers have been slowly adding new albums to their list—jotting down notes and lyrics for their next …

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An Interview with Jack Antonoff of Bleachers: We Are The Shadow People

Music is a part of everyone’s lives, but Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff eats, lives, and breathes it. Clearly, he has a knack for it—just take a look at his two Grammys, or his massive resume. Not only is he currently in two bands (Bleachers and fun.), but he’s also co-written a …

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An Irish Invasion: An Interview with Pugwash

The classic rock and pop scenes could use a bit of the luck of the Irish—it just so happens that our prayers have been answered, thanks to Dublin-based band, Pugwash. Led by Thomas Walsh, these Irish lads are touring the country for the second time in a year. But although …

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Loverboy: End Of Summer Ain’t A Bad Thing

How can anyone forget the song “Working For The Weekend” when it’s the truth—plain and simple. We always anticipate those glorious Saturday mornings so we can slip on those ancient, fuzzy slippers and relish coffee in an actual mug. Well, the very band who brought us that iconic song is …

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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats: Creeping Up On Us

Doom metal and psychedelic rock are hardly the genres you’d expect to hear from a band straight out of England—a country with tea time and delicate finger sandwiches served in the afternoon. But, of course, there are always surprises, like Led Zeppelin of the ‘70s. Now, in 2015, we’re graced …

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An Interview with Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats: Creeping Over The Atlantic

We all remember the British Invasion—yeah. That glorious time when our friends from across the pond gave us the gift that keeps on giving: rock. But, we’re blessed with even more ambitious and talented bands as rock ‘n’ roll seeps to the underground scene, overshadowed by pop and hip hop. …

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