Interviews

C. SHIROCK Explores What’s Left Unsaid in His New Single, “Lost To The Night”


Monday, December 23, 2019

Chuck Shirock (known professionally as C. SHIROCK) cultivated his love of music from a young age and through the unique lens of an international childhood. He ultimately decided to pursue music and start building his career from Nashville before just recently relocating to LA. He started a band called SHIROCK before quietly recommitting to a solo endeavor. After hearing of his ...

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Ursae Empowers and Reinvents Himself in New Single, “Trust” and New EP, “Distance”


Saturday, December 21, 2019

For years, indie pop artist and proud bear enthusiast Ursae felt immense pressure to be someone he wasn’t in order to fit in as an artist and please people in his personal life. His new song “Trust” bids a not so fond farewell to that era of his life after a long overdue break up ...

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Olive Louise Revels in Newfound Confidence in Her New Single, “Fool”


Friday, December 20, 2019

Even through her darkest moments,  Olive Louise has always found a way to look on the sunny side of life. She enjoyed an idyllic childhood on the magical estate that inspired The Great Gatsby.  Sadly, these memories would become wistfully poignant as both of her parents passed away before she graduated high school. In the depths ...

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Mariel Loveland Can’t Stop Pursuing “Bad Love”


Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Like far too many of us, Mariel Loveland hasn’t been lucky in love. Unlike most of us, however, she has the ability to channel that heartbreak into fantastic art.  After leaving her former band, Candy Hearts, she felt herself gravitating towards the siren song of indiepop. Her new single “Bad Love” contemplates the sorrow and disillusionment of ...

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Future Thieves Steal the Industry’s Focus with Their New EP, “Emotional Cost”


Friday, November 22, 2019

Alt-Rock trio Future Thieves isn’t afraid to bear their souls. Their new EP, Emotional Cost, is a collection of raw and vulnerable songs about uncertainty and self-doubt. They also intended the EP to be a sort of counseling session with the listener as they encourage them to stay strong during tough times. Emotional Cost evokes ...

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BANDS INTERVIEWING BANDS: Sunny State & Moonray


Wednesday, November 20, 2019

This week we're chatting with California reggae-rock artist Sunny State and Austin's synth-babes Moonray, for an insightful interview on the songwriting process, touring, and their personal heroes and inspiration (among tons of other things like their favorite food and albums!)  Sunny State: Please explain your songwriting process. Does one of you bring the other an idea ...

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