Category Archives: Interviews

Q&A With Tyler Bryant

By Kyle Erickson

Blues rockers Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown just released their fourth album, Pressure, on October 16th. The new album is a great mix of songs that elevates their song-writing skills and will satisfy long-time fans of the band as well. I had the pleasure of interviewing lead singer, songwriter, and guitarist Tyler Bryant himself about the new album and how it came about.

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Q&A With SAUL’s Zach Bedsaul

By Samuel Stevens

Zach Bedsaul, the guitarist of the alternative metal/hard rock quartet SAUL, was beyond gracious enough to answer a few questions with me about their forthcoming debut album Rise As Equals, the album’s writing process, the album’s collaborations, and some of the upcoming plans for the band when they have a bit of downtime amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A Conversation With Indie Rock Band My Kid Brother

By Kyle Erickson

Indie rock band My Kid Brother had the unfortunate luck of releasing their killer self-titled debut EP during a pandemic. Their touring plans -supporting Angels & Airwaves- were put on hold, and they had to pivot into finding a way that was best to engage their audience during the downtime, celebrating the EP they had been working hard on, and introducing themselves and their music to new fans without the traditional support of touring. It was no doubt a challenge, but you’d never guess that when talking to the five cheerful and fun people who form My Kid Brother. I spoke to the whole band over Zoom while they ride out the pandemic at guitarist Dylan Savopoulos’ house in Leesburg, Virginia. It was a great and informative chat with a fantastic new band.

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Q&A With Vanilla Sugar

By Samuel Stevens

Earlier this year, the electropop artist Vanilla Sugar released her debut album, She, and Vanilla was lucky enough to tour the album briefly before the COVID-19 pandemic struck. It has lead herself, and all musicians across the globe, with some extra down time. Unfortunately it also caused the postponement of her tour with The Birthday Massacre in the US and the UK twice. Both Vanilla and myself discuss all this and more in plenty of detail.

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Q&A With Movements’ Patrick Miranda

By Mikey Jablonski

Last week I sat down in front of my computer and had a quick chat with Patrick Miranda, the frontman of Movements over a Zoom call. Patrick and I talked about the band’s new album, No Good Left To Give, the album’s differences to their first album, the band’s future, and more.

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