Now the cold has set in we thought we would bring you a ton of interviews to cuddle up by the fire with. On The cover we interviewed Joey Cape […]
Maryland’s finest, Beach House first entered the music scene in 2004 with their Pitchfork acclaimed single “Apple Orchard”. Known for their cosmic vibrations and somber melodies, the band first came into the spotlight with
There’s classic rock – and then there’s The Pixie. A household name since the 90’s, it seems this Boston born band is here to stay. . Although I was too young to remember their breakup (and subsequent reunion), many of my formative years were spent obsessing over their albums……
The winter is heading our way but the stages are hot as can be. We interviewed Metal War Historians, Sabaton. We chatted with both Joakim Broden and Hannes Van Dahl before […]
With Chris Walla (guitarist) gone, the responsibility of dancing like an embarrassing parent chaperone at a high school dance rests solely on Ben Gibbards (vocals) shoulders. I hope this isn’t a burden he has to carry alone too long. Nick Harmer (bassist), time to step up your game.
I have no real knowledge of this band. They are elusive shadows, gods of synth, but above all, they are brilliant. Having heard Operators at their fifth show, I have to say –
Fall is here and the cold winds are blowing in but so are the bands on tour, new albums and so much more for the fall music season. This month […]
And here we have the second offering from the English instrumental band Maybeshewill, showcasing the brilliant electronic sampling and instrumental style they conquered ………….
Originating from Australia, the indie rock band Hungry Ghosts has me starving for more (get it?). Released in 2000, this review makes me a little late to the party but I couldn’t help myself.
Fall maybe around the corner but we are not ready to slow down. Septembers Vandala Magazine has 3 amazing interviews this month. On The cover we have an interview with Descendents’ Bill […]