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Photos: Lucy Spraggan, The Dunwells @ O2 Ritz Manchester

Photos by: Priti Shikotra – UK singer-songwriter Lucy Spraggan, who auditioned for The X Factor in 2012, performing her own composition, “Last Night”, and who released her fourth album, I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing, on January 27th, 2017 via CTRL Records, which featured the singles “Dear You”, and “Modern Day Frankenstein”, performed at the O2 Ritz Manchester in Manchester, … Continue reading

Interview: Julien Baker Talks Sled Island 2019, Boygenius, & Growing Up in Memphis

By: Lucy Sky – On the heels of her triumphant Matador Records debut Turn Out the Lights and the critically acclaimed EP as one-third of boygenius (not to mention recent team-ups with Matt Berninger, The National, and Jack Antonoff), Julien Baker has been on a creative hot streak as of late. Baker is an astoundingly powerful voice in … Continue reading

Interview: Good Charlotte Talks “Generation Rx”, Lil Peep, & the Opioid Crisis

By: Lucy Sky – The millennial generation has seen tragedy in many ways, but the opioid crisis has become the biggest catalyst in inducing tragic events that it has seen so far. Through their nearly two-decade-long career, Good Charlotte has focused on depression, suicide, mental health, and many more heavy topics in their music. Their latest album however, was directly … Continue reading

Interview: Red Fang Talks “Only Ghosts”, Portland Music Scene, and Tour Fitness

By: Lucy Sky – Melding together the sounds of hard rock, punk, blues infused metal, doom, and more, Red Fang knows no bounds when it comes to putting out hard-hitting music. The band will be playing Heavy Montreal this year on July 28th, in the midst of their Only Ghosts spring/summer tour. They’ll be sharing the stage with … Continue reading

Album Review: Panda Bear – “A Day With The Homies”

By: Lucy Sky –     Animal Collective co-founder Panda Bear (aka Noah Lennox) is back with his first taste of new music since his 2015 EP Crosswords in the form of a limited édition 12-inch entitled A Day With The Homies (out Jan. 12th via Domino) Lennox contributed to Daft Punk’s 2014 Grammy Awards success, … Continue reading

Interview: Dave Porter Talks “The Disaster Artist”, Working With James Franco, & Dealing With Creative Block

By: Lucy Sky – With The Disaster Artist, James Franco transforms the tragicomic true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau — an artist whose passion was as sincere as his methods were questionable — into a celebration of friendship, artistic expression, and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds. Based on Greg Sestero’s best-selling tell-all … Continue reading

Interview: Tyler Bates Talks Working With Marilyn Manson, Film Scores, & Monsters After Dark

By: Lucy Sky – Chances are you already know Tyler Bates’ work. If you’ve seen any number of Hollywood blockbusters like 300, Guardians of the Galaxy or John Wick, all of these acclaimed films were enhanced by the creative, musical mind of Tyler Bates. As a composer, Bates always focuses on capturing the emotion of the movie with his music to create … Continue reading

Interview: The Bronx Talks “V”, Weird Quirks, & the future of Mariachi El Bronx

By: Lucy Sky – The Bronx, a Los Angeles-based genre-bending hardcore punk band, are back with their new album V, which dropped on September 22nd via ATO Records. The Bronx is what punk needs: they harness the genre’s classic fire but then bend it to their whim, forging rock n’ roll swagger together with hardcore grit. The … Continue reading

Interview: SNL’s Jared Scharff Talks New Season, Jamming With Dave Grohl, & New Solo Music

By: Lucy Sky – Playing in the Saturday Night Live band for 10 years, and on his off-time playing at the New York Rangers games is a huge musical feat in itself, but guitarist Jared Scharff also takes the time to impress us with his solo work, as Pear Lion. Set for release later this year. Pearl … Continue reading

Interview: TIFF 2017 – Aldo Shllaku Talks “Downrange”, Immigrating from Albania, & Dream Directors

By: Lucy Sky – The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off this Thursday with an eclectic slate of films. But what usually lies beneath the radar, are the scores within the films. The score is a true compliment to Downrange composer Aldo Shllaku’s creative instinct. The Canadian composer behind the new Ryûhei Kitamura-directed film grew up with musical training … Continue reading

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