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Exclusive Interview with ELA

ELA's new single Light It Up is gonna be burning up your summer days.   We stole some Q&A time with the Austin artist to find out more about the song and the production process. Hey Ela, thank you for joining us.  What's the most exciting part...

Exclusive Interview with Kelvin Frazier

Kelvin Frazier's new single Roller Coaster is heating up summertime.  We stole some Q&A time with the Billboard Charting artist to find out more about the song and more about his summertime plans. Hey Kelvin thank you for joining us.  What's the most exciting part of...

Hollow Leg return to Las Rosas: An interview with Brent Lynch

By Olivia McAuley   This Labor Day weekend is set to be a heavy one, with a smackdown of a show hitting our favorite watering hole/venue Las Rosas. The free show will be kicking off at 9 pm and is definitely not one to be missed. Featuring local...

Boy Harsher

A conversation with Boy Harsher

Boy Harsher was formed in Savannah (GA) in 2014, and is one of the fastest growing dark electronic projects in the United States at the moment. Composed of Jae and Augustus, the band's full length Yr Body is Nothing made the Too Much Love top 10...

Nina Belief

Nina Belief – An Interview With Miami’s Dark Wave Queen

By: Vanessa Haim For over a decade, Tushna, also known as the artist Nina Belief, has been creating her synth-heavy, minimalist sounds out of the Magic City: Miami. A self-taught musician, Nina Belief was born from her journey into music making. Embodying her goth, post-punk roots,...

The Exploding Boy

Catching up with The Exploding Boy

Swedish Post-Punk band The Exploding Boy is currently touring the US in anticipation to their upcoming album Alarms!,  due out on May 18th. The tour will bring them to Florida where they will play two shows this weekend, one in West Palm Beach and the second...

Tremends - Now We know

Tremends to premiere new single at The Standard

By: John Hood If the full color spectrum had a sound it might resemble that made by Miami racket-makers Tremends. How do we know this? Because singer/guitarist Juan Rozas says so below, that’s why. And because there’s something about the band’s brand new single “Now We...