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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: Chris Jericho Talks WWE Evolution, Advice for Young Wrestlers, and The Rock for President

By: Curtis Sindrey – WWE/NJPW superstar Chris Jericho’s band Fozzy will hit 12 Canadian cities this fall, including Toronto, Moncton, Halifax, Quebec City and Montreal in support of their seventh album, Judas (out now), but in the meantime, the former World Heavyweight Champion talks about WWE’s first-ever all-women pay-per-view Evolution, his advice for young wrestlers, The Rock running for president, and … Continue reading

Interview: Danny Mulhern Talks “What They Had”, and Collaborating with London Contemporary Orchestra

By: Jessica Nakamoto – The basis of any good story is a sprinkle of truth. And in the case of film drama, What They Had, this was certainly the case. Arriving in theatres today (Oct 19th), the strikingly realistic family tale draws inspiration from first-time director, Elizabeth Chomko’s, personal story of dealing with the effects that Alzheimer’s … Continue reading

Interview: Paula Abdul: Inside the Heart of a Pop Music Legend

By: Allison Kugel– On October 3rd, Paula Abdul hit the road on her North American tour; a tour that’s been more than twenty-five years in the making, since her 1992 Under My Spell tour which grossed $60 million in ticket sales (a mint by 1992 standards), yet also yielded some tragedy that almost sidelined the beloved performer forever. … Continue reading

Interview: Trevor Long Talks “Ozark” Season Two, and What He’s Binge Watching on Netflix

By: Jessica Nakamoto – With television credits ranging from NBC’s Blacklist to FX’s Unforgettable and film appearances spanning the likes of Killing Them Softly and What Masie Knew, actor Trevor Long has garnered an impressive collection of noteworthy experience under his proverbial acting belt. However, it’s Long’s latest work on acclaimed Netflix series, Ozark, and his star role in horror film Seeds, that have truly … Continue reading

Interview: Rob Simonsen Talks “The Front Runner”, “Love, Simon”, and Recording in Paris

By: Jessica Nakamoto – For composer Rob Simonsen, music has always been a venture closely linked to family and emotion. And ever since his Grandmother first introduced him to the piano at an early age, he’s produced nothing short of stellar works. With notable accomplishments ranging from the iconic piano music on Apple’s iPhone 5 “Everyday” … Continue reading

Interview: David Guetta Talks “7”, Hip-Hop Culture, & His Spiritual Philosophy

By: Allison Kugel– David Guetta has become a music impresario, churning out beat banging, genre busting pop songs that have been topping the charts for nearly a decade with mega hits like Titanium featuring Sia; Where Them Girls Atfeaturing Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj; Club Can’t Handle Me featuring Flo Rida; Who’s That Chickfeaturing Rihanna and I … Continue reading

Interview: Jesse and the Dandelions Talk “Give Up The Gold”, & Chasing Success

By: Curtis Sindrey – With Jesse and the Dandelions’ production values maturing alongside the content, their upcoming album Give Up The Gold (out Sept. 7th) is enriched with classic synth and guitar textures that pays respect to the past, while forging their own path forward. String sections, a cacophonous blend of noise, and heavily layered vocal harmonies … Continue reading

Interview: Irene Choi Talks “Insatiable”, Harvard Psychology, and Her Favorite Outfit from Season One

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Everyone loves a great villain. And with “Insatiable”, Netflix’s latest original “Coming of Rage” series, beauty pageants, high school drama, and a pack of daring teenage girls combine to produce a season of wonderfully cringe-worthy characters and enough drama-filled moments to keep viewers screaming at their screens for hours on end. In … Continue reading

Interview: Ramin Djawadi Talks Game of Thrones, Westworld, and Being Creative with Synesthesia

By: Jessica Nakamoto – As far as famous composers go, Ramin Djawadi is certainly well on his way to reaching and possibly surpassing the illustrious bar to which industry giants such as the globally-renowned John Williams and Hans Zimmer have set incredibly high for the rest of the field. With blockbuster credits such as Iron Man, Clash of … Continue reading

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