I recently had the opportunity to interview a bunch of artists at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio. You can find those all below.
Bishop Briggs sat down for a chat at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio. Briggs talks about her family’s influence on her musical tastes, her travels’ influence on her fashion, and making her debut album Church of Scars. You can also find some photos from her set here.
Chris Costanza of Limbs sat down to talk with me about creating the band’s first full-length release, Father’s Son.
I recently sat down with Will Swan and Jon Mess of Dance Gavin Dance to talk about their eighth studio album, Artificial Selection, and much more.
Aaron Gillespie and Spencer Chamberlain of Underoath talk openly and honestly about their latest release, Erase Me, and walking that fine line between making fans happy and making themselves happy.
I sat down with Winston McCall, lead singer of Parkway Drive, to talk about the band’s newest release Reverence, the role of Warped Tour, and dealing with loss.
I recently sat down with Sydney, Noah, and Graham Sierota of Echosmith, having done so last in 2014. Not only have the siblings grown up, but their music has matured as well.
I sat down with Brian Swindle of Have Mercy to talk about Old Bay, Full House, and the benefits of buying tangible music.
I sat down with Josh Gilbert of Household to talk about the inspiration behind the band’s latest release, Everything a River Should Be, and why it was worth the wait.
I recently had the chance to sit down with Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail and talk about how he never gave up on the band, breaking records with If There Is Light It Will Find You, and playing by his own rules.
I was lucky enough to recently sit down and catch up with Lights.
I recently had the chance to sit down with Broadside to talk about their recent album and their summer touring plans.
I recently had the chance to talk with AWOLNATION. You can check out the video interview below.
I recently had the chance to sit down with Picturesque and talk about what they’ve been up to lately.
I recently had the chance to talk with Silverstein about everything they’re currently up to and their plans for the future.
Tonight Alive are back with their new album, Underworld. This album is clearly an evolution in the band’s sound as much as it is an evolution in lead singer Jenna McDougall’s mindset.
Underworld is highlighted by McDougall’s vocals, vocals that are illuminated in the best way possible through a crystal clear recording with no apparent studio trickery. The album was largely recorded in Thailand with Dave Petrovic and it highlights the band’s growing maturity — delving into concepts such as depression and negativity with honesty and hope.
Sleep On It are making winter fun again with their debut full-length Overexposed, which came out last month on Equal Vision Records. I recently sat down with the band to talk about their new album and their plans for 2018.
Waterparks are on the verge of something big. After spending the last year and a half climbing the ranks of the pop-punk scene with their debut Double Dare, the band is slated to release their follow-up, Entertainment, on January 26th via Equal Vision Records.
I recently sat down with the band’s lead singer, Awsten Knight, and he is careful and thoughtful in his responses to questions about his band’s sophomore effort. If you watch carefully, you can see that Knight doesn’t want to reveal too much too soon. Viewers can see his excitement bubbling just beneath the surface. He reveals that the band is trying new things; spicing things up with synthesizers and taking a step beyond their previous work.
I had the chance to do some video interviews with a bunch of bands at this year’s Riot Fest. Here they are for your viewing pleasure:
The Wu-Tang Clan have been together since 1992 and are about to release their new album, Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues, on October 13th. At Riot Fest, Wu-Tang Clan performed to a massive crowd and I had the chance to sit down with DJ Mathematics, RZA, and Cappadonna to talk about the new album, the first track “People Say,” and much more.