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Conversations

  • Conversations

    CONVERSATIONS: PAUL CHERRY

    - by Anna Selle

    On the green stage at Pitchfork Music Festival, a stage that will welcome Lauryn Hill, Fleet Foxes, Syd & The Internet, Tame Impala, and a host of other renowned musicians over the course of a rainy weekend, Paul Cherry opens the second day of the fest. In between downpours, Paul’s set is illuminated by…

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    CONVERSATIONS: BAY FACTION

    - by Andrew Beasley

    While in the past bands have been formed by answering ads stapled to telephone poles, Bay Faction’s origins were more 21st Century. “I met Kris through Facebook, like some ‘Massachusetts Musicians’ page,” singer James McDermott says. “One of those pages that someone’s dad starts so their kid can get in a…”

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    CONVERSATIONS: CARRY ILLINOIS

    - by Stevie Ervay

    Carry Illinois is an LGBTQ force of power in the Austin, Texas music scene. Creating what many would call “indie rock”, Carry Illinois hint at elements of folk, blues, and pop in their emotional songwriting. Tackling larger issues at hand, while…

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    CONVERSATIONS: WELLES

    - by Stevie Ervay

    It was a drab Friday in Kansas City. One of those majorly uneventful days; the skies were slightly grey, it felt like Thursday for some reason, and everyone just had this off-putting air about them. Things would soon change, as Friday night…

  • Conversations

    ALBUM REVIEW + CONVERSATION: TANCRED, ‘NIGHTSTAND’

    - by Andrew Beasley

    There is quite a lot that separates Nightstand from previous releases from Tancred, the nom-de-rock of musician Jess Abbott. From outright production quality to maturing lyrics, the album takes a significant step forward from Tancred’s 2016 release Out of the Garden…

  • Conversations

    CONVERSATIONS: TOTALLY MILD

    - by Anna Selle

    Air conditioning and coffee is a sacred treat at SXSW. And the cherry on top? Chatting with Totally Mild about MySpace, Barton Springs, and all things Austin, TX.

  • Conversations

    CONVERSATIONS: FRANCOBOLLO

    - by Anna Selle

    Francobollo is a London-based four-piece rock band, and they’re as charming as can be. In a back alley in Austin, TX, we caught up with the gentlemen to chat…

  • Conversations

    CONVERSATIONS: YOKE LORE

    - by Anna Selle

    Adrian Galvin of Yoke Lore rarely spends a week in one place. We caught a few minutes of his time outside the Austin Convention Center last week at SXSW to talk about living as a full-time touring musician and what he reads on the road…

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    CONVERSATIONS: PRONOUN

    - by Anna Selle

    We took a few minutes on the Friday of SXSW to grab a beer (actually, an East Austin Cider) with Alyse of Pronoun. We chatted about her history with the festival, starting a record label, and standing on longboards…

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    GALLERY + CONVERSATION: CHASE ATLANTIC

    - by Jackson Fleming

    “A lot of people have different opinions and what they tend to write helps us learn in a sense, but we still stay true to ourselves. No matter what “they” say, we’re still going to make the music that we love…”