Farewell For Now: An Interview with Man Overboard

Earlier in the year, Garden State pop punk heroes Man Overboard announced they would be going on a brief hiatus after completing a small run of U.S. shows that they have lined up in the month of April. With opening support from rising acts like Gin War, Microwave, Watermedown, Souvenirs, …

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American Renaissance: An Interview with Murder By Death

When I was introduced to Murder By Death over a decade ago in 2005, they were already two full-length albums in and more than piquing the interest of pre-Millennial torrent-freaks, MP3 scavengers, and compact disc purists sharing music suggestions on instant messenger and Jersey pizzeria napkins. Their first album, Like

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An Interview with Kvelertak: Maintaining Their Cover

Photo credit: Paal Audestad

It seems as if I discovered most of my favorite bands from some sort of association with Baroness and their frontman John Dyer Baizley. One of Baizley’s biggest passions is art. He has his own unique style that can best be seen on the covers of …

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On The Rise: An Interview with Lauv

Ari Leff is a college student at New York University, but doubles as a solo artist whose music can be found under his artist name, Lauv. His first EP, Lost In The Light, was released in the summer of 2015 and has R&B, pop, and indie influenced instrumentals, pure …

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Ace Frehley Looks Back In Pride: An Interview with Space Ace

Space Ace Hits The Road With New Album Of Rock Classics And Talks Guitar Worship, Rock Star Team-Ups, Imposters And A KISS Reunion?

Far from the noise of the rock star life; the clamoring fans, the roaring crowds, the constant bickering with ex-bandmates in the press, a recently minted Rock …

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An Interview with Maynard James Keenan of Puscifer: All About The Main Event

The live concert is the most thrilling aspect to the music industry. It is really where the music comes to life. For the fan, it is all about enjoyment, entertainment. You get to share a space with your favorite artists and hear some of your favorite songs performed right in …

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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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The Man Behind The Music: An Interview with Citizen Cope

Clarence Greenwood, more popularly known as Citizen Cope, is one of those rare, successful musicians who somehow escapes the nauseating overexposure which accompanies many of today’s pop artists. Because he doesn’t give many interviews or share personal information on social media, Citizen Cope maintains an air of mystery. In a …

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The Language Of Lettuce: An Interview with Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff

Brooklyn-based funk band Lettuce was so named by a close friend who heard the group say “let us play” with such frequency and earnestness that it became a sort of instant history. Two years prior in 1992, the rambunctious teenage septet would cross out other students’ reservations for the jam …

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An Interview with Cecilia Peck: The ‘Brave Miss World’ Interview

Cecilia Peck directed and produced, with Barbara Kopple, the documentary “Shut Up & Sing”, which chronicled the political backlash against and artistic triumph of the Dixie Chicks following their “comment” just prior to the invasion of Iraq. The film, shortlisted for the 2007 Academy Awards, was awarded Best Documentary by

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