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Quarantine Tapes: with Semblance in Philly

4-piece indie rock band Semblance welcomed us into their grungy, eclectic basement studio for an awesome performance of three original tracks and a quick chat about how they came to be and what they’ve been up to during the pandemic. Enjoy their Quarantine Tapes session for some proper Midwest emo music nostalgia!

Quarantine Tapes: with Petty Bravo in Philly

R&B rapper Petty Bravo gave us a warm welcome to Philly as the first stop of Quarantine Tapes in The City of Brotherly Love! We met up at his university’s recording studio to lay down a short session and interview. We had a blast getting to know each other and letting loose after a long year of the pandemic with things finally starting to open back up a bit. We hope you enjoy this episode of Quarantine Tapes with Petty Bravo!

Quarantine Tapes: with Aquageist in the Bay Area

We met in the quarantine element of the band’s bassist, Sterling Feser, in Placerville; a remote area an hour outside of Sacramento where we felt immediately at home among the deer and wildlife wandering about. Though we met them initially for this interview and performance, we connected over a mutual love for System of A Down, Tool, and all things rock and music as we connected together under one roof. Enjoy this exclusive performance and interview with Bay Area alternative rock band Aquageist!


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Exclusive Interview: Des Rocs Talks of Debut Album, “A Real Good Person In A Real Bad Place, and Life During Quarantine

After years of anticipation from fans and critics alike, Des Rocs has officially dropped his debut album, A Real Good Person In A Real Bad Place. It is currently available on all streaming platforms. We joined together to share a taste of the album’s creation process, the little meanings behind some of the tracks, and…

The 10th Annual Governors Ball is underway!

After 10 years, what started as a small fest on Governor’s Island in NYC has blossomed in to an annual multi-genre festival that fits the multi-cultural face of one of the greatest cities in the world. With 2 venue changes ( Randall’s Island will be back soon maybe) to find itself at Citi Field with…

Glassetonbury, Vol. 8 Winners Arlo & Emi Grace (Tover) Discuss Their Roots, Goals, and The Importance of Letting Go

A few weeks ago, Tover — the new collaboration from artists Arlo and Emi Grace — defeated UK saxophonist Snake Davis to win our eighth Glassetonbury tournament after an intense, back-and-forth final round. Their song “little bird” provided a catchy, Latin-inspired club mix about letting go and feeling free. We caught up with the duo…

Exclusive Interview: Zella Day Talks of Muses and the Return of Live Music

Alternative artist based in Los Angeles, Zella Day, joined up with us after her performance outside of Ace of Spades, Sacramento, to chat about her restart in the music industry post-quarantine, her lovely Muse named “Bunny”, and finding those sweet Apex moments where her creations can live and breathe as she had always dreamed. Watch…

Qrion Reflects on Musical Inspiration and Career Moments at Deep Tropics

On the second stop of her I Hope It Lasts Forever tour, Sapporo-born Qrion sat down with us before her set at the Deep Tropics Music, Arts, and Style Festival Friday night after-party. She began making her own sounds in high school as a hobby by using her phone and now takes inspiration from all…

LP Giobbi Highlights Representation in the Music Industry at Deep Tropics

Last week, we had the amazing opportunity to sit down with boundary-breaking and multi-hyphenated dance music artist LP Giobbi at the official Nashville kickoff for Deep Tropics Music, Art, and Style Festival. Widely known for her bass-rattling house beats and electrifying live performances, the Oregon-born, Austin-based legend in the making is an inspirational producer, DJ,…

Exclusive Interview + Single Review: Mia Rodriguez Oozes with Confidence in New Anthem, “Billion Dollar B***h”

Australian pop sensation Mia Rodriguez is hot on a new release featuring Yung Baby Tate. “Billion Dollar Bitch” comes after the TikTok trailblazer’s official signing with Atlantic Records and the success of her song “Psycho,” reaching over 9.7 million global streams. Recently named “Best New Artist” at the inaugural edition of The Sailor Jerry Rolling…

Exclusive Interview: The Seafloor Cinema at Family Daycation

Still buzzing on the post-concert high of the Family Daycation Festival, taking place adjacent to the ice cold rivers of Northern California in a small campground, we joined with The Seafloor Cinema just after their performance. The Sacramento-based mathcore band had just announced their signing to Pure Noise Records and the drop of not one,…

MAY-A’s Don’t Kiss Ur Friends Is an Anthemic Debut + Exclusive Interview

19-year-old Australian singer-songwriter MAY-A has a whirlwind year and a half. Having regularly written songs since her pre-teen years, she only started sharing her music publicly last year. Since then, she has rocketed into the world of pop music, racking up millions of streams, signing to a major label, touring across her home continent in…

Exclusive Interview: Chrissy Costanza of Against the Current Chats about the New “fever” EP

American pop-rock band first formed in 2011, Against The Current unveiled their latest project, fever; a seven-track EP birthed from the ashes of life in quarantine. Against The Current have earned accolades and a faithful fan following with their brand of pop, rock, and indie sounds. Led by charismatic lead singer Chrissy Costanza, alongside Dan Gow (guitar,…

Exclusive Interview + Single Review: Jasmine Thompson’s New Track, “happy for you”

Jasmine Thompson has continued to rise in the music scene with personally touching lyrics and a voice that shines on its own. She has built up a devoted fanbase having already achieved huge success as a featured artist, selling millions of singles and amassing billions of streams globally. This week, she released “happy for you,”…

Exclusive Interview: Sergio Medina of Eidola Chats about Latest Single, “Counterfeit Shrines”

Post-hardcore band from Salt Lake City, Eidola, is back with their next album on the cusp of releasing. Formed in 2011, the band currently consists of lead vocalist Andrew Wells, lead guitarist Sergio Medina, bass guitarist James Johnson, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Matthew Dommer, and drummer Matthew Hansen. They released their debut studio album, The Great Glass Elephant, in…

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