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Nostalgia and nightmaresnew

Dreams frontman Nick Wold on Nirvana, Duran Duran and Charles Manson.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Bill Forman  |  12-11-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Nostalgia and Everything Afternew

Talking to Adam Duritz on the phone is like watching nostalgia incarnate walk through the door. The idiosyncratic voice of the Counting Crows frontman is still as raspy and boyish as ever, a key to his charm. That voice helped define a post-Nirvana ’90s.
Eugene Weekly  |  Alex V. Cipolle  |  09-24-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Cookin' WIth Coolionew

Rapper and chef Coolio teaches Charleston City Paper how to cook a panty-dropping meal.
Charleston City Paper  |  Rex Steckel  |  09-23-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

A High Point rapper shouts out the city's poor neighborhoodsnew

“What up, Murder Street? What up Commerce?” are the opening lines of “Welcome to High Point.”
Triad City Beat  |  Jordan Green  |  08-13-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Weepies turn a year of struggle into a powerful return to formnew

Since releasing "Be My Thrill" in 2010, the married folk pop duo The Weepies moved to Iowa, had a third child and faced a diagnosis of breast cancer in 2013. But with the cancer in remission, the band is back on the road and showing their talents in new venues — including, unexpectedly, the BMI Pop Awards.
Wisconsin Gazette  |  Bill Lamb and Contributing writer  |  05-21-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

The Fantastic Voyage of Jenny Lewisnew

Jenny Lewis sounds off on female musicians, working with Ryan Adams and putting out The Voyager.
Eugene Weekly  |  Alex V. Cipolle  |  05-21-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Ghosts of the Low Country: New EP by Tawny Ellisnew

Tawny Ellis, Los Angeles based musician, singer, songwriter “unlocks and elevates the many mysteries of life” through her new Muscle Shoals inspired and recorded EP Ghosts of the Low Country. For Ellis this EP is a way she takes a glimpse of, senses a connection with people from the close to her heart South.
Random Lengths News  |  By Anna Broome  |  05-15-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Breaking boxesnew

Depending on who you ask — or when you ask the question — you'll get a variety of explanations of what the Sound ExChange Project really is: A local contemporary classical ensemble; a chamber group; an artist collective; composers; curators; educators; community-investors.
City Newspaper  |  Jake Clapp  |  04-01-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Catching up with Iris DeMentnew

Iris DeMent discusses collaboration, her unique voice, the difference between being an entertainer and a singer and her new project.
Eugene Weekly  |  Alex V. Cipolle  |  03-30-2015  |  Profiles & Interviews

Jenn Grant’s star powernew

Compostela’s soft, psychedelic folk is struck for love
The Coast, Halifax's Weekly  |  Adria Young  |  12-01-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

Strange Attractor sees a darknessnew

Sudbury’s Jeff Houle channels anger through top shelf garage and punk, as you do.
The Coast, Halifax's Weekly  |  Stephanie Johns  |  10-22-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

Astral Swans, the hippie in the punk rock vannew

Coming to Halifax via Calgary, Astral Swans might share an elixir or two.
The Coast, Halifax's Weekly  |  Kevin Hartford  |  10-22-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

GWAR Eternal: Fresh Wounds and Immortalitynew

Gwar has identified the human citizens of Earth as an inferior species, and they will taunt us, thoroughly and intelligently, before ceremoniously devouring all of us alive.
Worcester Magazine  |  Cade Overton  |  10-09-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

Mike Wattnew

The Musical Sailor on Bass.
Random Lengths News  |  James Preston Allen  |  09-08-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

Hope is the Resolvenew

Indie rock quartet Signals tells a story about the challenges of faith on their new EP, Hindsight
Tucson Weekly  |  Joshua Levine  |  08-01-2014  |  Profiles & Interviews

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