Interview with Mike Frazier
Jul24

Interview with Mike Frazier

Mike Frazier By Brooke Magalis Mike Frazier: a new solo artist who is anything but new to the scene­­ a true Virginia son, Winchester native, who touches on his roots, love, and loss on his debut EP. Mike started young. He was part of the wildly successful pop­punk band, Random Holiday. He’s no stranger to touring or couch­surfing. Everything he’s done in his career adds up to an impressive portfolio for someone so young. Mike strays...

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Kaskelott – Vagabonds
Jul23

Kaskelott – Vagabonds

  Kaskelott – Vagabonds By Evelyne Arends This incredible Swedish musical quartet moves with a sweet spirit and happy, uplifting and danceable music and “life story” lyrics that lift the heart. Kaskelott, hailing from Scandinavia’s’ musical Capital of Gothenburg, Sweden and together since their teenage years, plays their signature sound by drawing from a diverse set of musical influences. They have a joyful and...

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Jonesin’ and the Hurt
Jul22

Jonesin’ and the Hurt

Jonesin’ and the Hurt By Coral Rowley Jonesin’ and the Hurt is a four man band that are quite literally fresh out of Toronto, Ontario. If this band were a person, they would hardly be able to stand on two feet, but still possess the ability to wail away on a guitar. The band formed back in August of 2014, making them just shy of a year together. But, unlike many bands, this is not obvious by listening to their music. They put...

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Kennan Moving Company
Jul21

Kennan Moving Company

Kennan Moving Company By Jay-Michael Wilson Kennan Moving Company, a New York indie rock band released a new music video for their song “No Fun” on June 18th. “No Fun” is the title track to their debut four track EP No Fun. The track is driven by a wompy bass and sharp percussion with a clean guitar sound that gives off a groovy late 70’s early 80’s vibe that will have you bopping your head without you even knowing. The distortion in...

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Speaker in Reverse
Jul20

Speaker in Reverse

Speaker in Reverse By Coral Rowley San Diego is no stranger to good music. From classics like Tom Waits, who worked as a doorman before releasing his first album to renowned bands like Blink 182 and Stone Temple Pilots. The trail of music icons goes all the way back to the 1960’s, but one of the city’s newest claims to fame, Speaker in Reverse, takes it to a new level. The band first emerged in 2014 with their single “Holy Girl” which...

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