An Interview With Dentist: Dentist Bring A Smile To Asbury Park

The indie surf-garage four-piece Dentist know that Asbury Park is a fun place to be any time of the year, not just in the summer. That’s why they agreed to play the Halfway to Memorial Day Party on Dec. 2 with Little Dickman label mates Black Flamingos, New Brunswick indie …

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Great Minds Vibe Alike: An Interview With Two Tongues

It’s not too often we are blessed with the opportunity to see our favorite musicians collaborate with one another on such spontaneous occasions. However, there is one dynamic duo within the pop punk and emo community who not only aims to please their devoted audiences, but they also feed off …

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An Interview With Sixx:A.M.: Feeling Blessed

Back in May, I got to sit down with James Michael and Dj Ashba from Sixx:A.M. to discuss their new CD, Prayers For The Damned. “Sixx” months later, I got to talk to the man who is single-handedly responsible for me picking up a bass guitar and becoming addicted …

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From The Ashes: An Interview With New Years Day

Although summer has long since ended, bands are still making their rounds across the country. New Years Day, for example, took the typical touring season off to take care of some writing, recording, and numerous side projects. Lead singer Ash Costello has been taking the world by storm with her …

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Changes: An Interview With Goo Goo Dolls

It’s just after 1 PM on a Thursday afternoon in November and my phone rings. Goo Goo Dolls co-founder and bassist Robby Takac is calling me from the West Coast where it’s 10 AM. When I answer I’m greeted warmly by a familiar, friendly voice. “Olivia, it’s Robby,” he announces …

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An Interview With Stryper: Michael Sweet Gets Honest On Stryper And 30 Years Of Rock Life

Photo taken in Boston on 04/13/15.

Thirty years ago, back when MTV played music videos and bands stockpiled Aqua Net, Stryper dominated the hair metal scene. Donning their signature black and yellow leather, the faith-driven rockers won over fans of all denominations with their undeniable ability to unify a crowd. …

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An Interview With Kansas: Guitarist Rich Williams On Why There’s No Place Like Home On The Range And No Style Like Your Own

Kansas’ latest album, The Prelude Implicit, treats fans to 10 new tracks and two exciting bonus songs. The album, coproduced by the band’s new member, Zac Rizvi, alongside two of the original members, Phil Ehart and Rich Williams, brilliantly celebrates the vocal talents of Ronnie Platt and the musical …

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Shedding New Light: An Interview With Balance And Composure

Since releasing their heavy-hitting sophomore effort, The Things We Think We’re Missing, Balance And Composure spent a lot of personal time off following their co-headlining tour with Title Fight in the fall of 2013, along with making limited tour appearances since then. This past summer, the beloved Pennsylvania-based act …

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An Interview With H2O: My Friends Look Out For Me Like Family…

It was fall of 1996. Social Distortion was touring on their acclaimed White Light, White Heat, White Trash, and Mike Ness was doing interviews about how long it had taken for the world to recognize punk in any capacity besides a freaky sideshow. He made a good point.

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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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