Today’s video interview is with The Pink Spiders.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Illiterate Light.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Wage War.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Caamp.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Grizfolk.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Liily.
Liily are an alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California. In this interview from Bonnaroo, the band talks about how the music scene is evolving and where it sees itself within it.
Today’s video interview is with The Starting Line.
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.
Today’s video interview is with Flora Cash.
Flora Cash is the stylish duo Shpresa Lleshaj and Cole Randall that are making indie-pop waves around the world. In this interview from the Firefly Festival, the couple talks about their partnership and why it works so well.
Today’s video interview is with Duddy of Dirty Heads.
Dirty Heads are about to release their new album Super Moon on August 9th, but just because the band recorded the album in Nashville, doesn’t mean the band has suddenly gone country. Dutty explains how recording live to tape in the music city created a unique vibe. Enjoy this interview at the East Coast 25th Anniversary of Vans Warped Tour.
Today’s video interview is with King Nun.
These British punk rockers just announced they will be joining The Struts on the band’s UK tour. In this interview from Bonnaroo, the duo talks about what influences their sound and much more.
Today’s video interview is with Deafheaven.
Heavy rock may not be what most attendees think of when they create their line-ups at Bonnaroo, but Deafheaven is definitely not a band to miss. These rockers talk about the evolution of the music scene and much more in this interview at Bonnaroo.
Today’s video interview is with Oxymorrons.
Oxymorrons lit up the stage at the Vans Warped Tour 25th anniversary with their unique blend of hip-hop and rock. The band has always followed their own set of rules and talk to me about life on the road.
Today’s video interview is with Shaed.
Shaed are a band from the DC area making waves on mainstream radio with their hit “Trampoline.” In this interview from the Firefly Festival the band talks about their love for the capital city as well as all the streaming platforms listeners use to enjoy music.
Today’s video interview is with Sun Seeker.
Sun Seeker are a rock band on the rise from Nashville, TN. In this interview at Bonnaroo, the band talks about what influences its sounds and how the music industry is evolving.
Today’s video interview is with Sleeping With Sirens.
In this interview at the 25th Anniversary of Vans Warped Tour, lead singer Kellin Quinn opens up about how past struggles with alcoholism, anxiety, and depression were worked on through the songs of the band’s forthcoming album, How it Feels to be Lost, which comes out September 6th on Sumerian Records.
Today’s video interview is with Taylor Bennett.
Taylor Bennett merges hip-hop and rock to create a sound all his own, one that deviates from his brother, Chance the Rapper. In this interview from the Firefly Festival, Bennett proves that he deserves all of the attention he is getting, also, he will be performing on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” tonight.
Today’s video interview is with Ida Mae at Bonnaroo.
Stephanie Jean and Chris Turpin walked away from their band when a major record label deal went south. The couple turned their energy towards a duo they call Ida Mae. In this interview at Bonnaroo, Ida Mae talks about the state of the music scene and where they see themselves within it.
Today’s video interview is with MAX.
MAX is a ray of sunshine in a dreary world. Having recently teamed up with Quinn XCII on the hit “Love Me Less,” MAX is ready to go international, as he talks in this interview at the Firefly Festival in Delaware.
Today’s video interview is with Juliet Simms at Vans Warped Tour.
This is my eight time interviewing Juliet. In the nine years I’ve been speaking with her, I watched her go from leading Automatic Loveletter to performing on NBC’s “The Voice” to her recently signing to Sumerian Records. Over the years Simms has always been as candid as she has been persistent in her work ethic.
Today’s Bonnaroo video interview is with Magic City Hippies from Bonnaroo. The band’s sound is a little bit 80s and a little bit funky. Their upcoming album, Modern Animal, is due out next month.