A conversation with John Eatherly behind the creative process of their sophomore album, Street Safari.
Interview by Mica Kendall
Since their 2016 debut album, Never Enough, containing their hit track, “End of an Era,” the 4 man New York City band, Public Access TV, has fine tuned their retro-seque sound and brought a sense of sonical reemergence to the genre of rock and roll in their brand new sophmore album, Street Safari. On a cold and rainy evening before their 21-plus show at the Great Scott in Boston (thanks John for braving out the frigid Boston weather outside), I had the opportunity to talk to lead singer/guitarist, John Eatherly, about some of the musical influences and connotations that were lyrically integrated in their new album to the growth of PATV since Street Safari seen in their SXSW and music festival showcases over the years.
Interview by Ramisha Sattar, Violet Krause, and Hassan Seoudi
Ramisha Sattar, Violet Krause, and Hassan Seoudi interviewed Spendtime Palace on their tourbus at SXSW in Austin, Texas. We talked about their upcoming album, their music video for "Sonora", and Children's Oncology Services.
A conversation with Triathalon: The band that is redefining R&B into their own unique sound that is Online
Interview by Mica Kendall
From the entrancing instrumentals that encapsulated the entire venue to vocalist Adam Intratror’s soothing vocals putting the crowd at ease, Triathalon had the entire crowd swaying to every song on the set which debuted their newest album, Online. After their first sold out show at Baby's All Right in Brooklyn, I had the opportunity to talk to Adam Intrator and guitarist/keyboardist Hunter Jayne about the R&B elements on their album, the inspiration behind the album's artwork, and what the internet means to them.
An Experience of Bliss
Interview by Violet Krause
Timing is everything, and good things come to those who wait. That’s what the members of Bliss embody with their recent resurfacing back into the Dallas local music scene, and oh have they been missed.
A Conversation with Gus Dapperton: The Passionate 20-Year-Old Dream Pop Artist from New York
Interview by Emily Muller
Although Gus Dapperton began making music at the age of eight, he emerged as a prevalent artist in the alternative scene after the release of his song “I’m Just Snacking.” With millions of views on YouTube and a look that mirrors popstars of ages past, his calm and humble demeanor caught me by surprise. I had the chance to speak with Gus in Chicago at the very first stop of his first ever tour. Through the course of our conversation I found that Gus is a passionate and successful musician, but that he refreshingly continues to have the same hopes and fears as any other twenty-year-old.
A Conversation with Tyler Cole: The Young Black Rockstar Making Art While The World Is Ending
Interview by Ramisha Sattar
In late November, Tyler Cole announced a set of free tour dates that would be taking place in public parks across America. I had the pleasure of chatting with him on December 6th at his Dallas show, about his new album, first tour, and a charity that is special to him, School on Wheels.
Interview and editing by Mica Kendall, Filmed by Tarra Boroumandi
Mica Kendall interviewed Tommy Midnight in New York City during the "This Old Dog" tour for Mac Demarco. Check out limited edition signed polaroids, t shirts, and vinyls from Tommy! All proceeds will go to Saint Jude's Children's Hospital.
Interview by Violet Krause, cover photo by Ellie Alonzo
I made the acquaintance of a sleepy frontman Gus Baldwin, who is also known as Hollywood Jones, a few weeks ago when the band just wrapped up shooting the cover for their new album. We got to catch up and talk about Acid Carousel’s likes, dislikes, deepest darkest secrets, and wildest dreams.
Kyoto Lo-Fi talks touring, inspirations, goals, and more.
Interview by Violet Krause, cover photo by Darkest Star Photography
I had the chance to sit down and catch up with Kyoto Lo-Fi a few hours before their performance at the Armoury in Deep Ellum and talk with them about some of their biggest inspirations, goals for the future and more.
Interview by Mica Kendall, cover photo by Emmanuel Burton
If you combined the coming of age Studio Ghibli film, “Whisper of the Heart,” and meshed it with references to bubble tea, and added some lyrics and guitar instrumentals, it would equate to a High Sunn song. High Sunn is an up and coming, Bay Area band that started off as a solo project founded by 17-year old Justin Cheromiah, but then became fully completed after adding his friends Joe (drums), Fredy (lead guitar), and Ari (bass) into the mix. I got to discuss with Cheromiah over email about his latest EP Release, Hopeless Romantic, and his musical process that has resulted in him attaining over 13,100 monthly Spotify listeners.