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The influential alternative Mexican rock band La Gusana Ciega recently came to the States to play a few dates in support of the new music video for “Pasiflorine” which addresses the issue of domestic violence on your radar for ...

 
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Elohim
Elohim
Elohim

"I was drawn to weirder sounds," says singer-songwriter Elohim. "That’s naturally where my ear went even though I grew up playing classical piano. I always thought the weirder the better."

 
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Big Sam's Funky Nation
Big Sam's Funky Nation
Big Sam's Funky Nation

Trombonist Sammie “Big Sam” Williams played in the Stooges Brass Band and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band before launching Big Sam’s Funky Nation. Williams, who also played on Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint’s album The River in ...

 
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Sarah Shook and the Disarmers Photo by John Gessner
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers Photo by John Gessner
Sarah Shook and the Disarmers Photo by John Gessner

"I’m excited that I’m completely sober now," says Sarah Shook. "That’s helped me get my head on straight in terms of where we’re going as a band and what our version of success means to us."

 
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Judah and the Lion
Judah and the Lion
Judah and the Lion

"A lot of the songs [on PEP TALK] are really heavy but we want to keep things positive," says Judah & The Lion singer-banjo player Nate Zuercher. "We want to be real and honest but not discouraging."

 
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Beth Bombara Photo by Nate Burrell
Beth Bombara Photo by Nate Burrell
Beth Bombara Photo by Nate Burrell

"Playing with these guys is the most fun I ever had in the recording studio and on the road," says Beth Bombara about recording and touring behind her latest record, EVERGREEN.

 
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The Zombies, by Payley Photography
The Zombies, by Payley Photography
The Zombies, by Payley Photography

"All the successes and failures come back to you with memories of that time," says singer-guitarist Colin Blunstone about revisiting The Zombies' ODEYSSEY AND ORACLE.

 
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Nilüfer Yanya
Nilüfer Yanya
Nilüfer Yanya

"I had never seen music as working but now I was working," says indie pop singer Nilüfer Yanya about writing an album while promoting and performing.

 
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2 The Left photo by Ali Shaw Ki Taon
2 The Left photo by Ali Shaw Ki Taon
2 The Left photo by Ali Shaw Ki Taon
 

2 The Left

 
July 23, 2019
 



"When she was young, she was very creative," says Kerisse Hutchinson, talking about Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. "She just kept expanding her artistry."

 
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moe.
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The Dynamism of moe.

 
July 22, 2019
 



"If you’re lucky as a musician, you’re able to continually find new things that are inspiring," says moe.'s Chuck Garvey. "Otherwise, you’re just doing the same thing. It’s like a bad desk job."