Tag Archives: Electronic

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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A Conversation With Teen Daze

Originally published in Stylus Magazine, Volume 28, Issue 3

By Matt Harrison

On a sunny May morning, warm enough to enjoy but still too cold to be called summer, I received a long awaited Skype call from Jamison Isaak, the creative mind of the alternative electronic project Teen Daze. While it was barely 8:00 AM in my living room, it was already nearing 11:00 PM for Jamison who was, at the time, enjoying a post-tour vacation with his wife in one of their favourite spots on the coast of Australia.

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