Music

BANDS INTERVIEWING BANDS: Owen-Glass + Saint Spicer


Friday, June 21, 2019

For the Bands Interviewing Bands series, we have Owen-Glass (RIYL: Tom Petty, Dave Matthews Band and Sufjan Stevens) and Saint Spicer (RIYL: Erykah Bau, India.Arie, Sade). From the Piney Woods of East Texas, singer-songwriter Kelly Wayne Conley and his trusty sidekick, guitar prodigy Cole Humphrey, are having fun and making a splash with their indie folk ...

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Jett Kwong Explores The Pressure To Succeed in Her New Single, “Away”


Tuesday, May 7, 2019

We’re often taught to perceive pursuing careers in the arts as frivolous and self-indulgent - a stubborn refusal to accept true adult responsibilities and a one-way ticket to financial ruin. Jett Kwong is candid about the constant daily uphill battle of fueling your own dreams while society pressures you to abandon them. Her new single ...

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Singer Amy Wilcox Starts Her Next Chapter in Her New EP, “West”


Friday, April 5, 2019

A simple request to sing demos for a producer ignited Amy Wilcox’s love of music into a professional dream. Rather than making her complacent with success, a brief stint on reality TV put Amy’s true goals into sharper focus, compelling her to work harder and be recognized for her craft instead of her name. Fittingly, ...

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Brother Duo Eighty Ninety Talk Their “808s and Telecaster” Sound, Production Process, and RSVP Link For Upcoming Show


Monday, March 18, 2019

Brothers Abner and Harper have been making music almost their whole lives. With their first single, “Three Thirty,” they formed their current project, Eighty Ninety. Receiving a spot on Taylor Swift’s, “Songs Taylor Loves” playlist, with their single, “Your Favorite Song,” the brothers have been on a steady trajectory to success. Writing and producing all ...

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How Spotify Changed Everything


Wednesday, February 6, 2019

At first, Spotify didn’t change anything. By the late 00s, we were all already illegally downloading music to our iPods and phones; the music industry was flailing to stop us (to no avail), and we didn’t want to pay. Then in 2006, Spotify was founded in Stockholm. In the beginning, the streaming site offered an ...

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Polartropica Delivers Space Pop With Substance


Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Singer and artist Polartropica is a surrealist’s delight. Drawing inspiration from the 90s, her music combines infectious arrangements with dreamy, out of this world visuals to create music that even aliens couldn’t help but dance to. Unlike sugary sweet predecessors, however, Polartropica’s beats carry important messages beyond the whimsy and cotton candy aesthetics of her ...

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Our Latest Issue

Covers: Jade Chynoweth & Ciara Riley Wilson
Inside, cover star Parker McKenna Posey talks being a child actor, her role on Games People Play, and more; cover star Baby Ariel discusses her music, acting, and her anti-bullying activism; actress Sharon Blynn talks beating cancer and empowering women through her foundation; we chat with actress Tasya Teles about her role on The 100; and much more!
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