Posts tagged music video
FEST Feature Friday: Cold Wrecks

FEST is six weeks away, and we’re so excited to bring you this week’s Feature Friday interview with Cold Wrecks, an indie punk band that will making their way down to Gainesville, FL this November for the three day festival. In addition to having a packed lineup with new and old artists spanning from acoustic to hardcore / metal, FEST is a three day celebration of everything alternative, and includes stand up comedy as well as wresting!

Cold Wrecks is based out of Brooklyn, and is made up of vocalist / guitarist Mike Vizzi, guitarist Matan Uchen, bassist / vocalist Craig Shay, and drummer CJ Dunaieff. With New York City being known for churning out fast paced, authentic punk rock, Cold Wrecks capture that trademark, East Coast authenticity full force on their latest album, This Could Be Okay.

We chatted with Mike Vizzi about the importance of mental health in music, Brooklyn’s local music scene, and FEST essentials! Continue reading below to check it out.

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FEST Feature Friday: Little Teeth

Happy Friday! We’re back again for our third installment of our FEST themed Feature Friday series. For this week’s interview, we chatted with Cory Call, the vocalist / guitarist of Munich based punk rock band Little Teeth. Continue reading to learn more about the band’s formation, favorite ways to enjoy music in a digital age, tips for first time FEST attendees, and more!

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Feature Friday: Josh Olsen

Texas native Josh Olsen is certainly no stranger to the music industry. Olsen began his career writing music for other artists, and eventually found himself on X-Factor back in 2012. From there, he started writing his own music to perform himself and made the huge move out to L.A. to follow his dream.

I had the chance to speak to Josh Olsen about growing up in Texas and moving to the West Coast, what his inspiration is for his upcoming EP, and more! Continue reading below to learn more about Josh, and to watch the music video for “Bad Things.”

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Feature Friday: Bucky Covington

If you’re a fan of the show American Idol and have been watching since the start, there’s a pretty good chance you’re familiar with the name Bucky Covington. This young country music artist caught the attention of millions on the show back in 2006, and has continued to make a name for himself ever since. Major releases such as “A Different World” and “I’ll Walk” shot Covington to the top of the charts. Recently, Covington had the opportunity to work on an upcoming movie, Brother’s Keeper.

Continue reading for this week’s Feature Friday interview where we talk about this amazing opportunity, how moving to Nashville has inspired Covington’s songwriting, his upcoming single, and more!

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Feature Friday: Elisabeth Beckwitt

Elisabeth Beckwitt, AKA Nashville’s Pansexual East Side Queen, has been hard at work in the studio. She has a brand new single, “Free Fall,” coming your way on May 3rd which is the leading single off of her upcoming EP titled Indigo.

I recently chatted with Elisabeth about her upcoming EP, the music video for “Free Fall,” owning your sexuality as an artist, and her monthly music showcase Sad Girl Night.

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No/Hugs // Feature Friday

No/Hugs released a music video for their hard hitting single "Your Satisfaction Is Fake" on July 21, following the 2016 release of their first EP, In Between. This Boston based band consists of two core members, Narcissus A-Ngel on vocals and drummer Kat Dukeshire. Blending classic theater aspects with charismatic, powerhouse vocals and mature pop punk undertones with a dash of melodic riffs, No/Hugs recently performed at the Mansfield, MA Vans Warped tour and are gearing up for shows in September. 

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Letters To Part // Feature Friday

Letters To Part began in 2012 with the release of their first EP and found their full makeup in 2015 with the addition of their second drummer. Letters to Part are an alternative ambient band based out of Orlando, Florida with their hometown being Coral Springs, Florida. The band is made up of Y’shua Ortiz Escobedo, Dustyn Murphy, Hunter Gelsen, and Chris Ramos and they're signed to Wilhelm Records.

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Grant Duncan // Feature Friday

Singer songwriter Grant Duncan has been playing music since his high school days, and has fronted the indie rock/experimental band Pavement Candy since 2005. In addition to Pavement Candy, Grant also releases music as a solo artist and records at his home studio in Inagi, Tokyo. 

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High Fidelity // Feature Friday

Pop-punk inspired trio High Fidelity take on more than just soaring choruses and angst infused lyrics with their end of 2017 release, Stay True To Yourself. If you haven't heard of them before, it's likely because they're from Madrid...but that's okay, because you're learning about them now, and the saying goes "better late than never," right?

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DANI JACK // INTERVIEW

Click to continue after the jump to read an interview with Dani and to watch her music video with for "Ten Tiny Toes."

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CHRISTIE HUFF // INTERVIEW

Continue reading to learn more about Christie, read an interview where we talk favorite artists, what it was like to work with Avi Kaplan (formerly from Pentatonix) and Kristie's upcoming EP. You can watch the music video for "Dream Catcher" after the jump! 

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Half Past Two // Feature Friday

Half Past Two are an eight piece ska band based out of Orange County, CA. High school marching band friends turned long term bandmates, Half Past Two have worked with Aaron Barrett of Reel Big Fish (both on and off the stage), played a run of shows with The Toasters, and  have solidified their place in the local music scene over the past decade.

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UNLAWFUL // FEATURE FRIDAY

Unlawful, a fiery and no-frills trio hailing from Columbus, OH, have recently released a new four track EP titled Unlawful II. Made up of vocalist Devin Sahr, guitarist Jeromy Sahr, and cellist Kyle Chatfield, Unlawful creates straightforward songs, both lyrically and musically, that have the ability to cross over into various genres while still maintaining a classic feel. Continue reading to learn more about their EP, read an interview with Devin, view their upcoming tour dates, and to watch their new music video!

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