Q&A with Olu Bliss: The Future of Easy Breezy Neo-Soul

You might remember catching Olu Bliss on Milk Crater a little while back. My jaw dropped through the floor on first listen. MC named...

Q&A with The Nursery: Dream Pop Woven with Depth

I've spent a while trying to define The Nursery. At first they had a sound akin to bands like Nine Inch Nails, The Foals, and The...

Q&A with Johnny Ashby: From London to L.A. via Americana

"At the age of 6 Johnny made his first guitar from an empty tissue box and a couple of rubber bands and he has...

Q&A with Funeral Suits: The Future of Irish Rock

Funeral Suits' new "Tree of Life" music video finds absolute brilliance. Endlessly creative, the song's sound evokes a welcome and readily approachable twist on...

Q&A with Close Counters: Beatsmiths Extraordinaire

There's no shortage of acts that cite Flying Lotus, Disclosure, and Kaytranada as key influences on their sound, but most don't pull anything together...

Q&A with French Horn Rebellion: The Funkiest Band Around

If you've lived your life woefully unaware of the heavy grooves regularly put forth by French Horn Rebellion, there is perhaps no better introduction...

Q&A with The Hunna: Alt Rock’s Newest Saviors

I was raised on alt-rock. Somewhere along this little journey called life I fell off the alt-rock bandwagon and found myself happily in the lap...

Q&A with Todd Lewis Kramer: New York’s Americana Troubadour

Todd Lewis Kramer is giving classic Americana a fresh face. Armed with a knack for penning immediately and deeply relatable lyrics that don't shy away...

Q&A with Nearly Oratorio

I recently had the chance to toss a few questions at Nearly Oratorio. After hearing the serenely beautiful "Tin" I jumped on the Q&A...
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Q&A with Brit Rockers The Virginmarys

The future kings of today's unbridled British rock scene are gearing up for a monster release in May. If their new single "Motherless Land" is...