Take 5 With…Braeves

Important world events are taking place on a daily basis, so let’s take a moment and acknowledge what we’re dealing with: The New York Yankees got denied in their quest for a 41st pennant and another trip to the World Series while the Los Angeles Dodgers (along with the Houston Astros) are heading to the dance. Yes it’s a random way […]

#TourHappens…With Lukas Nelson

“Well, it’s funny, ’cause my first experience of going on the road, truly, was when I was like an infant, you know.” Sometimes the past is so sensory, so formative that even in the second-hand telling it feels tangible to a listener. As the 28-year old progeny of Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson has more than his share of history to […]

#TourHappens…With Mainland

It’s approaching that time of year again: the leaves will turn, the days will get shorter and concert calendars will become stacked with so many show that we’ll all wish we could clone ourselves in order to be at three venues simultaneously on any given night. The Fall tour season is upon us, folks. Come October, doing their part by […]

Tim Rozon

Wynonna Earp is the brainchild of comic creator Beau Smith. It’s a tale about the great-great-granddaughter of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. Wyatt, back in his day, was cursed by Bulshar Clootie thus creating The Earp Curse, a curse that affects all of Wyatt’s descendants. Only the living Earp heir has a chance to resolve the curse by killing ALL of […]

#TourHappens…With The Dig

Since 2010 David Baldwin (vox/guitar), Mark Demiglio (drums), Erick Eiser (keys/guitar) and Emile Mosseri (vox/bass) have been doing their thing as the New York City band The Dig and doing so with certain factors as constant running themes: keep the creative juices flowing, always writing new music, consistently releasing quality albums, and touring their asses off – which explains why […]

Music Is Metaphysical: Brennan Smiley (The Technicolors)

Where garage rock and Brit pop meet, that’s where you’ll find Brennan Smiley (vox/guitar), Troy Lowney (keys), Mike Nicolette (bass), and Sean Silverman (guitar) of Phoenix, AZ’s the Technicolors and their latest album, Metaphysical (released on 7/7), is their aesthetic in a nutshell: the 90s high-fiving the 70s in the 00s. With songs like “Fever Bomb” and “Congratulations, You’re A […]

Take 5 With…Jaymes Young

Jaymes Young has returned. Returned as a purveyor of warmly evocative alt pop with smooth, electro R&B edges and heady emotions on flagrant display with his debut full-length album, Feel Something, out on Please Rewind/Atlantic Records. Picking up where he left off after his 2014 Habits Of My Heart EP, this year finds Jaymes not only releasing new music but, once […]