Franz Ferdinand is touring for their 2018 album Always Ascending and it’s fitting for the wave of fans who are still clamoring for more from the Scottish based indie rock favorites. They’ve been an international success since their debut single “Take Me Out” flooded every form of media in 2004.
Just days before they embark on their first ever tour with The New Nine favorite Jake Miller, we talk to Toronto electro-pop trio, NEW CITY. With their previous two releases “Coachella” and “Dirty Secrets” surpassing the 1 Million streams mark quickly last year, NEW CITY is hitting the summer hard with “Getting Closer”. Be on the lookout for these guys, this is just the beginning.
Camille Trust has so much energy and her new EP No Other Way encompasses that lust for life and brightness. We talked to her about her inspirations and some of the challenges she’s faced in her career.
Gabi Skylar started taking music seriously when she was just 14-years-old. She was taking vocal lessons and co-writing and she signed with a management team. A lot of people aren’t sure of what they want to do at that age but she was set on her decision. Now, she’s 18 and she’s never second-guessed her decision.
Becca Krueger’s voice is sultry, captivating and addicting. After listening to her, it’s easy why anyone would be obsessed. We got to speak to the talented songstress about the premiere of her new single “We All In It.”
They are whosah, they wrote a song called “Make A Move”, and they want to play it for you. The men of whosah have a very focused and relatable slogan they live by: “We are a group of young men pursuing lives me love. Making friends and making music”. The Minneapolis five-piece band is a prime example of a DIY mentality in the current music scene. Self-managed, self-promoted, these guys are living their slogan out in the pursuit of their careers. As their tour continues on, we talk to the band. It is with pleasure we introduce to you, whosah.
Katie Costello has an otherworldly vibe about her. Her voice has been compared to Ingrid Michaelson and Regina Spektor. She has such a unique vision and way of looking at music and her new EP “New World” is unique and interesting.
“Three psychos that came to be through fate by way of necessity.” That’s how B Boys describe themselves on Facebook. They’re absolutely dynamic on stage. I saw them at Sidewinder on a hot night in Austin and they were absolutely captivating. We talked about long drives, Denton, TX, and the inspiration behind their new album Dada.
Daphne Willis wrote a lot of poetry in school, and by the time she started learning acoustic guitar she had her lyrics ready to go. She started playing open mic in college and eventually forming a band.
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