Category Archive: i n t e r v i e w s

Artist to Watch: Waterparks

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Artist to Watch: Waterparks   by Deanna Romani   photo by Kaley Kurowski, additional photos by Deanna Romani   Everything’s bigger in Texas, and that goes for one of 2016’s biggest artists to watch.… Continue reading

Oh Honey: Interview

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By Melanie Rogoff International Interviews: Oh Honey Version by Euromericaradio on Mixcloud

Winter: An Interview

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Winter: An Interview by Jess Swarner image from Winter’s Bandcamp    “…and that’s the story about when I saw Weezer!” Garren Orr Dream-pop quartet Winter invited DJ Jess onto their tricked-out tour bus… Continue reading

Fuck the Facts: An Interview

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Fuck the Facts: An Interview by Tom Kushibab Flyer Credit: Plagued Visual Designs   It’s hard to describe what a band like Fuck The Facts means to extreme music. On one hand, their… Continue reading

Almost Awake: an Interview

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By Alyanna Harina Fairly new to the music scene, up and coming band Almost Awake is looking to do big things this upcoming year. With their debut EP, “The Explorer”, almost a year… Continue reading

Gabe Kubanda and Luna Aura: An Interview

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by Louisa Stanwich Local and growing artists Gabe Kubanda, Luna Aura, and Captain Squeegee, joined me in the studio on October 10th to talk about their latest Epic Proportions Tour visiting multiple schools… Continue reading

The Accidentals: an Interview

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By Megan Frye The Accidentals stopped by KASC- Blaze Radio on their west coast tour. They are an indie folk rock band from Traverse City, Michigan. Despite their youth, they have quite the… Continue reading

Life Size Models: an interview

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By Jessica Swarner On Friday morning, Chris Seymour, vocalist of San Jose indie rock band Life Size Models, called DJ Jess at the studio and chatted about the formation of the band, his… Continue reading

Paradise Fears Brings Phoenix “Back To Life”

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Paradise Fears Brings Phoenix “Back To Life” by Deanna Romani photo by Kaley Kurowski   Being able to say you performed in a basement to a sold out crowd isn’t something you typically… Continue reading

The Atom Age: an Interview

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by Isabel Ewan The Atom Age is a mix of r&b, 60s punk, with a spoonful of energy that can blow your mind. With a name that elicits imagery of America’s nuclear dream,… Continue reading