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Seasaw

“In high school, my older brother taught me about the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and I was instantly hooked.”

Radkey

“There was a lot of music in the house growing up.  It has just always been a part of our lives. We have been making music longer than we have done anything in life, which is kind of mind-blowing.”

They Call Me Sauce

I remember listening to The Notorious B.I.G’s album Life After Death and falling in love with storytelling. My mother raised me in a Christian home and when I was younger I had to sneak to listen to explicit rap albums. Being with my dad was…

Michael McClintock / Cubanisms

I’m from a small town in Southwest Missouri called Neosho. After trying and failing miserably at all the sports kids seem to play in small towns, and not being the best student in the world, my uncle Mark offered me guitar lessons…

Adult Karate

As far back as I can remember, I’ve been obsessed with music. When I was a small child, instead of begging my parents for the latest action figure, I would beg them to buy me Echo & The Bunnymen’s self-titled album on cassette tape or

Caleb Kopta

Battleborn by the Killers is an album that takes me to a really special place. In 2017, I was traveling with a band across the country. We were burning the midnight oil on a drive from Salt Lake City to LA. I drove us through

Chris Costanza / LIMBS

Music, for me, has dramatically shifted it's role in my life since I was younger. As a teen, I think that music was very much an escape. Some way to feel like there was reason beyond the insanity of being a teenager. Someone else's words

Xavier Dunn

I grew up with four brothers and parents who all played music. Mum and Dad were music teachers and knew the value of music, so they taught all their 5 sons how to play different musical instruments. I guess from being surrounded by live music