Interview with Victory Dance
May08

Interview with Victory Dance

VICTORY DANCE By Rick Perez Since their formation in September 2015,  the guys from New York City’s Victory Dance have been keeping busy. This alternative rock band have recorded and released their EP,Spectrum, played countless shows, made a music video for their single, ‘Memphis’, and are now on an 8 city tour around the U.S. BoC got a chance to catch up with the members of Victory Dance.  Check out our interview...

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Interview with Bassh
May07

Interview with Bassh

Bassh By Harriet Kaplan Bassh is a newly formed alt-rock duo featuring Matrimony alumnae Jimmy Brown and CJ Hardee. Jimmy and CJ recently signed to Antler Records and released their new single “Body.” The song offers up an “addicting, uplift-sounding, indie rock production.” “Body” was produced by GRAMMY-nominated producer Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses and he that started working with the duo in the Winter months of...

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Interview with GAPS
May06

Interview with GAPS

GAPS By Harriet Kaplan GAPS is a UK duo from Brighton featuring the talents of Rachel Butt and Ed Critchley. Their sound has been described as combining “luscious melodies with ethereal vocals to create emotive compositions.” GAPS released its debut LP, “In, Around, The Moments,” last May on Maya Jane Coles’ I/AM/ME imprint digitally. Now the duo has decided to release the album on vinyl. Recently GAPS...

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Tegan and Sara Show Review
May05

Tegan and Sara Show Review

Tegan and Sara Show Review  By Harriet Kaplan The folk/indie rock/pop/synth duo from Canada, Tegan and Sara played a satisfying, generous and powerful 17-song show drawn mostly from The Con and Heartthrob at The Roxy. The material is likable, catchy and cleverly written. The new tour is their first in 18 months and the duo is promoting their newest album, I Love You To Death” due out on June 3. Tegan and Sara opened with their show...

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Interview with The Teen Age
May04

Interview with The Teen Age

The Teen Age By Rick Perez Too often many bands start off with high hopes and dreams. As time goes on, reality starts to set in and those bands start to grasp that success not only comes from passion and drive, but also staying true to who you are as musicians. Once a band loses sight of that, odds are they end up falling by the wayside. The Teen Age is not one of those bands. On one of the first warm days of the year, members of The...

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