Interview: Leggy

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Bineet spoke with Veronique Allaer of Leggy about the bands unconventional take on punk, being influenced by Lana Del Rey, favorite desserts and much more.

Interview: Steve.

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Steve. is just as simple as their name. And that’s not necessarily a pejorative - by not being convoluted, they’ve made their music frank and accessible. Check out their new album 'You Can Do This Too' as you read Bineet's interview with the group.

Track by Track: Rosa Bordallo, ‘Reef Walker’

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Brooklyn solo artist Rosa Bordallo unpacks her process behind her thoughtful album release, 'Reef Walker.'

Hi-FiVE: Jimmy Montague

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Welcome to the first installment of Hi-FiVE, a column that asks artists to pick five favorite records that inspire or inform how they create. Read our interview with Jimmy Montague of Perspective, A Lovely Hand To Hold who shares his thoughts on five records that influenced his most recent solo album, the virtues of cheesy music, and what Paul McCartney and Weezer have in common.

Interview: Mister Goblin Discuss Their New Album ‘Is Path Warm?’

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Michael spoke with Sam Woodring of Mister Goblin about his new album 'Is Path Warm?', trying to distance yourself from your previous work, collaborating with Sadie Dupuis, and much more.

Interview: TWIABP – Josh Cyr on ‘Assorted Works’

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The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die is back at it again with a new compilation of tracks entitled, 'Assorted Works'. I spoke to, bassist, Josh Cyr about the decision to release this compilation, the future of the band, tumblr antics, and much more. 

Interview: Full Body on ‘Always There’

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Full Body is a genre-bending post-rock band from Rochester, NY. Sarah got the chance to chat with the band about their new record 'Always There', community, and the recording process leading up to their LP. 

Meet The Band: Teamonade

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“Inspired by the classic taste of a good ol half & half beverage,” Teamonade is a three piece out of Bowling Green, Ohio. Their sound is vibrant and feels like an exuberant mix of jazzy, math-rocky emo that has the same zing as a really, really good Arnold Palmer.

Artist Interview: Zach Mackey

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New to the world of personal expression through songwriting, Zach Mackey has crafted a beautiful, personal narrative in his debut EP, Just Boy Things. The album is an exploration into crafting identity based on your individual truth.

Interview & Premiere: Yeah Is What We Have

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Even if someone listened to Yeah is What We Have without knowing that frontperson Tom Werring used to work with Oso Oso’s Jade Lilitri as part of State Lines, they could potentially draw a comparison anyway. Bineet spoke with Tom about the different directions his life took - and how many of them were underscored by music.

Track by Track: Water From Your Eyes—’Somebody Else’s Song’

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Stream the great new album from the dancey Brooklyn post-punk duo, Water From Your Eyes, as you read their track-by-track breakdown.

Interview: On ‘Interrobang,’ Bayside have more statements than questions

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As a punctuation mark, an interrobang both makes a statement and poses a question. What questions are Bayside still asking themselves some 2 decades later, and what’s the statement they’re hoping to make with their 8th album. Find out that and more in our interview with vocalist, Anthony Raneri.