Deanna Belos, the voice and face of Sincere Engineer took some time to talk about her music as an outlet and the experiences that fuel it. Make sure to listen to Sincere Engineer’s Rhombithian and catch her and the full band at Fest!
On Monday, Fest made their second and final lineup announcement. With so many bands playing, the staff at Lvl picked out some of their favorites so if you're in need of recommendation, we've got you covered. Our picks include Retirement Party, Prince Daddy & The Hyena, War on Women and a whole lot more.
"For the next headliners it would be the ultimate dream to see either Alkaline Trio or The Lawrence Arms (or both!) play. I also wouldn't mind seeing The Menzingers, Masked Intruder, Dillinger Four, The Ergs, or Propagandhi either."
"Going into Fest that first time, I only knew one other person who would be there, since then I've met so many others, including some of my favorite people in the whole world. Because of them I always have something to consistently look forward to every year. Fest isn't just a music festival, it's one big, sweaty, drunk, and extremely happy family and I can't wait until this year's family reunion!"
"I know for certain that whatever and whoever gets announced, I'm going to see dozens of bands I love and find dozens more new ones." We talked to Fest attendees about who they're excited to see, who they're hoping gets added to the lineup and much more.
During our Savannah Stopover adventures we got the chance to sit down with Wild Child. We caught up with Alexander Beggins (Lead Vocals, Baritone Ukulele) and Kelsey Wilson (Lead Vocals, Violin) after their sound check at Trinity Church in downtown Savannah, GA. Watch the video & learn more about their new record, touring and more.
In Savannah, we were able to do a session in the park with Ryan Jones where she preformed the song "Artist" on acoustic guitar which highlights her unique voice and the heaviness of her lyrics.
At Savannah Stopover, we were able to talk to the Orlando, Florida based band The Pauses behind Congress Street Social Club about their new album, Unbuilding, which is due out in June through Arctic Rodeo Recordings.
At Savannah Stopover, we were able to do an interview the The Sh-Booms in front of the Bradley Lock Key Shop near Downtown Savannah. In our interview, we were able to discuss their two new songs which were released in October along with the Orlando music scene and more.
We were able to speak to Alyse Vellturo, an artist better known as Pronoun about her new single, upcoming release and more at Orleans Square in Savannah, Georgia during Savannah Stopover. Make sure to watch the full video and listen to the track.