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Interview with The Savior Complex

Interview with The Savior Complex By Rachel Collins Rachel Collins: Describe your music sound. Roxxi Dott: TONY QUESTION Tony West:  Our sound makes you get up and be present in life. It’s concrete musique blending white noise with abrasive synthesizers and punk provocation.   RC: How crucial do you feel it is to market yourselves digitally? RD:  We are gonna…

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Following A Path That Leads To Many Facets of Love – Watch Me Breathe Release Their New Album The Strange Pull of What You Really Love – Interview with Jake Aaron Ward of Watch Me Breathe

Following A Path That Leads To Many Facets of Love Watch Me Breathe Release Their New Album The Strange Pull of What You Really Love. Interview with Jake Aaron Ward of Watch Me Breathe Rachel Collins for Rock All Photography Rachel Collins: Describe the music these first 3 single/video releases up to the album as a whole. Jake Aaron Ward: The…

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Summer Dennis & Rhymes discuss their upcoming EP, their new video “The Party” and what’s next for them

By Emily May Summer Dennis & Rhymes is a Washington DC-based funk/soul group that is comprised of singer Summer Dennis and guitarist Bill Moore.  The two were previously in Bill’s band Rhythm Method before forming their current project and found in each other invaluable writing partners.  Dennis began singing at the age of 2 and has been described as a…

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Hanna Barakat discusses her new album, her journey in writing the album, working with John Moyer of Disturbed, and what’s next!

Austin based alternative rock musician Hanna Barakat released her new album Siren on August 16th to critical praise.  Born in Texas to a Lebanese father and American mother, her album is infused with a variety of musical influences that blend Arabic-Asian and rock sounds together.  She discovered her love of singing at a young age, her passion leading her on great adventures…

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Dan Milligan, co-founder of The Joy Thieves, discusses the group’s new album, how they formed, the idea of having an ever-changing collective of musicians, and what’s next for the group 

Dan Milligan, co-founder of The Joy Thieves, discusses the group’s new album, how they formed, the idea of having an ever-changing collective of musicians, and what’s next for the group      The Joy Thieves is a Chicago-based post-industrial rock collective that encompasses the very essence of collaboration.  Comprised of over 30 musicians, the collective includes current, former and touring…

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Hard rock band Paralandra discuss touring with Yngwie Malmsteen, performing hard rock with a positive message, their new EP, and what’s next for the band

Hard rock band Paralandra discuss touring with Yngwie Malmsteen, performing hard rock with a positive message, their new EP, and what’s next for the band By Emily May Missouri rock band Paralandra have been steadily growing their fan base and creating a buzz within the industry since starting out in 2013, with a sound that has been compared to Foo Fighters,…

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Utah indie rock band, The Band Gooch discuss their latest single, musical influences, fulfilling their dream to pursue music, and what’s next for them

  Utah indie rock band, The Band Gooch discuss their latest single, musical influences, fulfilling their dream to pursue music, and what’s next for them   By Emily May   Salt Lake City indie rock/punk band The Band Gooch consists of brothers Jared and Jordan Gooch.  Creating a buzz with their recent single “Stuck With You”, an aggressive play off…

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Greg Arent of NYC indie rock band Yucca King discusses the band’s new album, how the band has evolved over the years, his longtime struggle with panic attacks, and the band’s uncertain future

Greg Arent of NYC indie rock band Yucca King discusses the band’s new album, how the band has evolved over the years, his longtime struggle with panic attacks, and the band’s uncertain future By Emily May Indie rock band Yucca King, comprised of Greg Arent (vocals), John Fraze (bass), Daniel Weiss (guitar) and Jay Williams (drums), have been blending pop, punk and…

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Boston bluegrass band Mile Twelve talks about their new album, how the band came about, operating without a label, and what’s next for the band

Boston bluegrass band Mile Twelve talks about their new album, how the band came about, operating without a label, and what’s next for the band By Emily May Boston-based Bluegrass band Mile Twelve has been creating plenty of buzz within the industry and amongst their fans since forming in 2014, deriving their name from the mile marker that sits at…

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