• rubyquartz

    Interview: Rose Quartz

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015

    I spoke with Ethan from the Denver based Synthpop group Rose Quartz about their origins as a band, how they’ve shared the stage with STRFKR, Cut Copy, Future…

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  • qualiatik

    Interview: Qualiatik

    Tuesday, March 17, 2015

    I had a chance to talk with neuroscience student and ambient electronic musical artist Arielle Herman about her musical origins and her grant to illustrate how brainwaves change…

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  • mikro

    Interview: MIKRO

    Tuesday, March 10, 2015

    I had a chance to talk to the excellent electronic band MIKRO from Athens Greece about their longevity, their love of vintage synths and their future.

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  • maybethemoon

    Interview: Maybe the Moon

    Tuesday, March 3, 2015

    I had a chance to talk to Alex Lasner of San Francisco Electro/Sprawling Pop band Maybe the Moon. Learn more.

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  • royaltoungues

    Interview: Royal Tongues

    Tuesday, February 24, 2015

    I had a chance to chat with a band from Western New York that is on the rise with a sound akin to Passion Pit, Foster the People…

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21

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Tribe Society – Pain Told Love


Tribe Society is back with a new track called Pain Told Love. It’s a duet with dance house singer Kiesza.

Jul
20

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Reptar – Ice Black Sand

Reptar’s Ice Black Sand falls in the wet thud of the first three tracks of their latest album Lurid Glow. The first three tracks feature horns done in the style of their former touring companions Rubblebucket. Rubblebucket doesn’t do anything for me and I was even more perplexed at the live show when hippies emerged from the woodwork to dance to Rubblebucket whose music was significantly less dancey than Reptar’s or Stepdad’s for that matter! Anyway, once you slog through those first three tracks, the Reptar you know and love is waiting on the other side. Sea of Fertility earns favorable comparisons to Oingo Boingo, Amanda is a great marimba fueled ballad, Particle Board is the album’s Dead Man’s Party but the star of this album is the perfectly timed and spaced pop tune Every Chance I Get. The melody and space the song has makes it Reptar’s best song yet.

Jul
17

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Icky Blossoms – In Folds

Icky Blossoms track “In Folds” proves their new album “Mask” is worth my time and yours. The dance trio from Omaha have yet to disappoint.

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rubyquartz

Interview: Rose Quartz

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

I spoke with Ethan from the Denver based Synthpop group Rose Quartz about their origins as a band, how they’ve shared the stage with STRFKR, Cut Copy, Future…

qualiatik

Interview: Qualiatik

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

I had a chance to talk with neuroscience student and ambient electronic musical artist Arielle Herman about her musical origins and her grant to illustrate how brainwaves change…

mikro

Interview: MIKRO

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

I had a chance to talk to the excellent electronic band MIKRO from Athens Greece about their longevity, their love of vintage synths and their future.

maybethemoon

Interview: Maybe the Moon

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

I had a chance to talk to Alex Lasner of San Francisco Electro/Sprawling Pop band Maybe the Moon. Learn more.