Interview: Shutterings Discuss Their Patchy Take on Math Rock
Luciano spoke with Shutterings about their tendency to toggle between differing styles, making space for each member of the band to contribute their own influence and more ahead of the release of their album 'How to Drown.'
Interview: Kississippi Talks Glittery New Single and Triple Crown Signing
Zoe Reynolds of Kississippi spoke with Michelle about her new single, signing with Triple Crown, embracing her love for pop, and not holding herself back.
Interview: Cayley Spivey is Ready to Embrace Going Solo
Zac spoke with Cayley Spivey about the significance of switching from releasing music under the moniker Small Talks to her own name, how she's maintained communication with fans in a world without touring, and more.
Interview: Movements Hope Fans Are Ready to Grow with Them
Three years after 2017’s Feel Something, the mood is heavier on Movements' new album, but the sentiment is the same: “I feel so fucked / At least I’m feeling,” vocalist Patrick Miranda belts in the opening track. Check out Michelle's discussion with the band about their upcoming LP.
Interview: Knuckle Puck Discuss Their Upcoming LP and Live Streamed Release Show
As 2020 has continued to wreak havoc upon everyone’s plans, Knuckle Puck decided to double down on their instincts and put out an album of poppy, positive pop punk bangers. Michelle spoke with them about the delayed release of the record and their upcoming live streamed release show.
Interview: Gatherers Learn Just How Anticipated Their New LP Is
Michelle spoke with New Jersey post-hardcore band Gatherers about changing labels, releasing a new album, and being encouraged by their fans throughout the pandemic.
Interview: The Front Bottoms Are Growing for the Better
Brian Sella and Mat Uychich discuss the multiple meanings of the album's title, what has changed in the three years since they released Going Grey, and music in the time of a pandemic.
Interview: Del Paxton Keeps on Running
Jordan discussed running, music, and running music, with Buffalo's Del Paxton in advance of their new album coming out next week on Topshelf Records.
Interview: heckdang’s Magda Criswell shares their latest EP, “Fine, Just Thinking”
Heckdang's Magda Criswell shares the influences, growth, and meaning behind the band's latest release, "Fine, Just Thinking."
Artist Interview: Only Sibling Discuss Upcoming Debut LP
Michelle spoke with the Staten Island band Only Sibling about their upcoming debut record, Get Well Soon, which is out this Friday. They discuss their influences and promoting a record in the midst of a pandemic.
Your New Favorite Label: New Professor Music
New Professor Music claims to be “the world’s greatest record company”, but their roster makes that claim seem less grandiose. Owner Greg Katz has collected a unique sonic mix of artists, including the eccentric but lush songwriting of (our 2019 Album of the Year award winner) Rosie Tucker. Jami spoke with Greg about what inspired him to start New Professor
Interview: Pinkshift Picks Up ’00s Pop-Punk Torch
We spoke with Baltimore rockers Pinkshift about how they came together, what they've been up to during the pandemic, and how their influences inform their music.