By: Lindsy Carrasquillo Known for being a backing vocalist and songwriter in the new wave rock band The B 52’s, singer Cindy Wilson has now released two solo EPs. We had the chance to talk to her about her career, how the music scene has changed and more. Make sure to see her play High … Continue reading Q&A: Cindy Wilson (From The B-52’s) Talks Music History, The B-52’s and Solo Tour
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo The Pauses are a three-piece indie rock band from Orlando,Florida that uses electronics elements. We got to talk to the band’s singer, Tierney Tough, about their upcoming new record, inspirations and how to get involved in your local scene. The band will be playing in Gainesville on July 25 when they open … Continue reading Q&A: The Pauses Talk New Album, Writing and The Orlando Music Scene
By: Ian Maikisch This Saturday, July 15, will be the last show Endless Pools plays. The local psychedelic-surf-rock band has been around for years, playing locally and regionally. After the release of the band's debut EP ,"Make Waves", earlier this year in January this comes as quite a shock. Which is exactly why … Continue reading Q&A: Endless Pools Talks Break Up, Band History and Accomplishments
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo While best known for his role in My Chemical Romance for playing rhythm guitar and singing backup vocals, Frank Iero has been a part of many projects in the past and has fronted a handful of bands. Released in October of 2016, Parachutes is his second solo album and shows the heavier … Continue reading Q&A: Frank Iero Discusses Musical Background and Life on Tour
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo Jeffrey Lewis is an indie rock singer/songwriter and comic book artist from New York city. He will be playing here in Gainesville on May 2nd at the Atlantic with his backing band, Los Bolts with support from the bands Rosemary Kennedy and Black Haw Shake. We are able to talk to him … Continue reading Q&A: Jeffrey Lewis Talks Comics, Music and Upcoming Gainesville Show
By: Graham Johnson King Complex (Urban Dictionary): Similar to god complex, but the difference is instead of feeling that since they are above everyone they should act snooty, these people believe they have the right to act as king.They feel it is their duty as a superior person to lead and take care of all under them.They tend to … Continue reading Q&A: King Complex Talks Music, Their Crazy Visuals and Costumes.
By: Ian Maikisch Orlando indie-rock band, Pathos Pathos are the grooviest band I've heard live in awhile. After almost a year of not seeing the band, I had the pleasure of catching them play at Hardback Cafe in downtown Gainesville a couple weeks ago. After they finished their first song I immediately remembered why, … Continue reading Q&A: Pathos Pathos Announces New EP, Talks About Tour Stories and Writing Process.
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo Kayla Surico is a music and portrait photographer based out of central Florida. Her work is known for being published in various outlets such as FlippenMusic, MTV and for creating cinemagraphs. I caught up with Kayla to discuss how she got involved in the music scene and how her work has grown … Continue reading Q&A: Kayla Surico Talks Music, Photography and Art
By: Ian Maikisch Graham Snuggs is a super creative artist from Tallahassee Florida. With the release of his newest record, "Loved & Lost", earlier this year, he has shared his beautiful and heart breaking songs with listeners not only in his local scene but has garnered success in many. He has been compared to … Continue reading Q&A: Graham Snuggs talks New Record, Influences and Tallahassee Music Scene