Wolf Alice: Music to Cry and/or Bang Your Head To

The summer had officially reached its sultry midpoint, I was newly eighteen, and I was given the gift of Wolf Alice in the most unexpected way: a YouTube ad promoting their debut studio album My Love Is Cool. The ad began with clips from the “Moaning Lisa Smile” music video and ended with a still of the very understated My Love Is Cool album cover. I didn’t need to listen to another one of their songs to know that I was hooked. For the rest of the summer, I made exploring Wolf Alice’s discography my one and only goal.

Rebelmatic Begins Exciting New Chapter with Mourning Dove

Many bands hit a creative high that easily be pointed to in their careers. Brooklyn Punk outfit Rebelmatic appears to be on an upward trajectory that there is no coming down from. After the masterpiece that was Ghost in the Shadows, a follow-up was eagerly desired. However, it begged the question, how could they top that release? The answer? A project that tops anything they have done before. The Mourning Dove EP.

An Interview with Chris Spedding of Sharks

Recently, we caught up with veteran session guitarist, Chris Spedding. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his origins in music, his long and storied career, cult band, Sharks, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Jeff Berman of Divided Heaven

Recently, we caught up with Jeff Berman of Divided Heaven. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his origins in music, his newest music, working with Frank Turner, Jeff’s love for Hair Metal, and a whole lot more.

An Interview with Kevin Baldes of Lit

We caught up with veteran bassist, Kevin Baldes, of stalwart SoCal Pop Punk outfit, Lit. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his origins in music, the history of Lit, the band’s new music, Kevin’s love for KISS, Van Halen, vinyl, and a whole lot more.

An interview with Benjamin Harper of Yellowcard

For many fans, it was the release of genre staple, Ocean Avenue, that captured the hearts of millions, and propelled Yellowcard forward unto an unsuspecting music scene, where they would tour the world for over a decade, including the gone but not forgotten Vans Warped Tour shows.

An Interview with Paul Collins of The Nerves & The Beat

Several artists have had a substantial effect on music, yet many of us wouldn’t realize it. Unfortunately, superb musical content doesn’t always lead to commercial success and recognition from the general public. One such artist is Paul Collins.

An Interview with John “Eddie’ Edwards of The Vibrators

When the Punk explosion happened in the late 70s, a million bands came out of the woodwork. Only some of those bands created a legitimate impact on the scene. Out of those bands, only some created genre-defining albums that helped set the pace for the era.

An Interview with Lee Heir of Prime

Recently, we had the pleasure of speaking with Lee Heir of Prime. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his newest music, his origins, and what he’s looking forward to the most once COVID-19 breaks.

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