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Album Review: Miles Davis – “The Complete Birth of the Cool”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     As common lore dictates, in order to change the world, you simply must own a garage. And from the etch-a-sketch to the search engine now known as Google, it’s hard to argue with the “facts”. Yet, years before even Steve Jobs’ break through invention of the first preassembled computer, it … Continue reading

Interview: Alison Mosshart Talks “CAR MA”, New Music, & Skate Culture

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Music, love, cars, travel, art, and rock and roll. This is Alison Mosshart’s life in a nutshell. Or in this case, a memoir. Known as an avid painter, punk-loving fashion icon, and lead vocalist of rock duo, The Kills, and blues-rock supergroup, The Dead Weather, Mosshart has always been a creative force … Continue reading

Interview: Ronit Kirchman Talks “The Sinner”, Mind-Melds, and Recording Live

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Known for its head-scratching plots and addictive “whydunnit” style mysteries, USA network hit crime drama, The Sinner, is the modern anthology thriller we never knew we needed. And following a riveting first season starring actress Jessica Biel, viewers can’t seem to get enough of Detective Ambrose’s (Bill Pullman) dark and puzzling cases. … Continue reading

Interview: John Roberts Talks “Bob’s Burgers”, His New EP, and Collaborating with Blondie

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Generating over 40+ million views on YouTube nearly 11 years ago, with viral clips such as “The Christmas Tree” and “My Son is Gay”, it wasn’t long before actor and comedian, John Roberts made the impressive jump from one of social media’s first stars to America’s (animated) sweetheart. Now, most recognizable as … Continue reading

Album Review: Calexico and Iron & Wine – “Years to Burn”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       “Musical anthropologists”. This is the term Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) used to describe friends and fellow musicians, Joey Burns and John Convertino (Calexico), while reflecting on the two groups’ longstanding history. And as it turns out, his word choice couldn’t have been more spot on, especially when it … Continue reading

Interview: Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk Talk Moon vs Sun, Marriage Tips, and “I’m Going to Break Your Heart”

By: Jessica Nakamoto – On their own, Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk are platinum-selling artists, multiple Juno Award winners, acclaimed songwriters, and appointed members of the Order of Canada, the nation’s second highest honor for merit. But together, they like to think of themselves as simply husband and wife. Recently however, this power couple have been … Continue reading

Interview: Bad Child Talks “Free Trial”, Blending Art Forms, and Collaborating with Spike Stent

By: Jessica Nakamoto – For 21-year-old singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Isaiah Steinberg, art and storytelling have always gone hand-in-hand. Yet it wasn’t until his mother’s passing that the young Canadian began to put pen to paper and utilize lyrics as an emotional outlet and platform from which to document stories of his own. Finding solace in song, … Continue reading

Album Review: The Chemical Brothers – “No Geography”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       While breaking the space-time-continuum may be off the table (for now), Manchester-based duo, The Chemical Brothers, are back pushing boundaries with the introduction of not only the fastest remix in history, but an upcoming album that’s sure to blow away the rest of the electronic pack. Set for release … Continue reading

Interview: Kurt Zdesar Talks Chotto Matte, Travel Adventures, and Plans for Expansion

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Husband, father, and culinary superstar, acclaimed restaurateur, Kurt Zdesar knows what it takes to make it big in the vast world of international cuisine. Attending nine different schools by age fourteen and living in over four different countries, Zdesar quickly fostered a love for travel and a relentless curiosity for exploring new … Continue reading

Interview: Marianas Trench Talks “Phantoms”, Stage Design, and Edgar Allan Poe

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Thanks to Vancouver-based pop-rockers, Marianas Trench, 2019 is about to get real. Known for taking fans on cinematic deep dives through the honesty of love, loss, and real-world relationships via a slew of soaring ballads and catchy guitar riffs, the inspiring multi-platinum and Juno award-winning quartet is back once more with yet … Continue reading

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