William chats with Damien Jurado about his song writing, future plans, favorite Northwest bands, and yes, even the weather.
The Q&A covers their first tours as a band, the split from Panic! At The Disco, and what’s in store for their next album.
Luke Goddard interviews three of the four guys from Parachute Musical after their show in Macon, Georgia on June 25th. The band talks about their new single, the Nashville music scene, and the visuals that accompany their live shows.
This is the first of many blurbs featuring different bands who will be performing at this year’s Bragg Jam Festival. Check out Brandon Bish’s interview with Steven from Stribling.
Beth catches Jeremy Messersmith before his show for a few beers and an interview.
Austin Crane, the man behind “Valley Maker,” sits down with Luke for an exclusive interview about his latest project. Luke calls it his most impressive effort to date.
The hottest hip-hop artist in Middle Georgia, Floco Torres sits down for an interview with The Blue Indian’s founder, Luke Goddard. The two talk about everything from his professional crush on singer/songwriter, Molly Parden, to his upcoming EP, entitled “Catch Me If You Can.”
After everything has cooled down from the 2007 release of “Sospiri,” Luke sits down with Nathan Phillips to talk about life after The Winston Jazz Routine. The best news of all, Nathan doesn’t seem to be retiring from music.
A band you might not know a lot about, Songs of Water is no secret in North Carolina.
Freelance writer, David Donaldson, finds out what makes Kevin tick in this Q&A.
With roots in the lovely Athens, GA, The Whigs are on the up and up, no doubt. Beth chats with bassist Tim Deaux about their third full-length that released back on March 16th.
One of the poster boys of chillwave, Chaz Bundick of Toro y Moi takes time to chat with Luke about his childhood and the craziness of being blogged about by Kanye West.