Kings of setting trends and staying friends — Nick Gross and Travis Mills, known as Girlfriends, know how to make a crowd jump. At the So What Music Festival in Dallas, the duo brought its unique brand of pop punk to the stage and the crowd was stoked.Read More “Girlfriends at So What Music Festival”
Here I chat with Garret Rapp, lead singer of The Color Morale. After a hiatus of six and a half years, the band is back and fans are stoked. Bolstered by fans craving a tour for the ten year anniversary of the band’s biggest album to date, Know Hope, the band has some big news that fans of the band will be very excited to hear.Read More “The Color Morale at So What Music Festival”
Charlotte Sands has been teaming up many pop-punk stalwarts this year–think Aaron Gillespie (Underoath), Kellin Quinn (Sleeping With Sirens), Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday), John O’Callaghan (The Maine)–but she’s also ragingly successful on her own. In this Riot Fest interview, Sands talks about the power of collaboration and standing out from the crowd.Read More “Charlotte Sands at Riot Fest”
I talked with Oxymorrons at Riot Fest. The boys play Punk Rock Charades (acting out the titles of songs by bands playing Riot Fest). They also talk about their up-coming EP Mohawks & Durags out September 24th. The band is unabashedly as proud of the genre-bending as they are about advocating for mental health issues.Read More “Oxymorrons at Riot Fest”
The Pink Spiders hit it big in the mid 2000s, rocked the Warped Tour stage, and are back with their new album Mutations. They are currently on tour with The Dollyrots.
Illiterate Light is an indie rock band that hails from Virginia. The duo has been making music for about a decade now, and their latest track “Sometimes Love Takes So Long” comes out tomorrow.
Wage War will be releasing their new album, Pressure, on August 30th via Fearless Records and yesterday they premiered a new song, “Me Against Myself.” Learn more about the band in this interview from the Warped Tour’s 25th Anniversary show in Atlantic City.
Caamp is an Americana act on the rise with their recent release of By and By coming out last Friday. In this chat from the Firefly Festival, the band talks about the good, the bad, and the ugly of the music business.
Grizfolk is a Swedish-American rock band that is making waves with their recent release Rarest of Birds. In this interview from the Firefly Festival the band talks about why music streaming is so dominant in 2019.
The Starting Line are back and riding high on their Est. 1999 Tour. The band chats about their legacy at the 25th Anniversary of Vans Warped Tour in Atlantic City, NJ.