MDRN HSTRY spurred MDRN HSTRY spurred from a jam party one Cinco De Mayo, and the story only gets better from there. From hosting parties with live music in their Garage Mahal, to pushing the boundaries between the connection of music and performance, the band utilizes sound and space to create epic, mesmerizing, and rowdy shows set to a modern 70's-style sound. MDRN HSTRY has only just begun their journey, and are set to drop their first full-length album, TV Talk,
Growing up together, local band The Guest Room formed by combining their own individual musical tastes into a unique Neo-soul sound. The band has been releasing wonderful singles including their latest "Try", and are expecting to release their debut album in 2020. We got the chance to catch up with the band about how they came to be, what motivates them, and what we can look forward to in the near future.
Eric Drake, Malcom Holman, Martin Holman, and Moses Holman came together in college with the goal to create music. Their band, Soul Flow, combines music from all different walks of life to create one beautiful melody with thoughtful, hip-hop style lyrical content. Originally from St. Louis, Soul Flow has uprooted and touched down in SoCal to pursue their passion, and we got the chance to ask them about their journey and what drives them to create.
Incubus is currently on tour celebrating 20 years of their critically acclaimed "Make Yourself" album. From releasing their first album in 1995, to now having sold over 19 million albums worldwide, the band has a first-hand account of how to create success and longevity in Rock n' Roll. We had the opportunity to talk with the band's DJ Chris Kilmore and discuss defining moments in his career with the band and advice he has for those aiming to start their own
Brothers Kyle and Kody Valentine formed psychedelic inspired rock band Holy Knives with the purpose to "ward off the march of reality" through dreamy compositions and compelling lyrical content. From their debut album Year of the black Dog to now, the band has begun to accumulate new music and are looking towards the new year to release a new EP. We got the chance to dive into how the duo creates their unique sound, what inspires them and their music, and what
We were lucky enough to catch them before their show down in Southern California, share some wine and talk about their journey, music and the secret to a long, successful career. We hope that by sharing their story you’ll realize nothing is too far out of reach and get inspired to make your own dreams a reality.
Born out of Southern California, Andy Craig combines the local with New York jazz to create their own surf-style. Since 2015 when The Gloomies burst onto the scene, the band has been dropping music consistently, including their latest "Moonlight" released just this past month. We had the chance to ask the band about how they created their unique sound, and what inspires them to make music.
Hailing from South Carolina, two brothers Landon Rojas (lead vocals & guitar) and Cade Rojas (drummer) formed Lovely World along with childhood friend Cameron Smith (lead guitar). Recently joined by bassist Michael Gilbert, the lineup is now complete. We were able to catch up with the band and share a little bit of the behind the scenes.
Interview --- 1. How did you all get your start in music, and how did you all meet originally? Erick - I started playing guitar when I was 9 years old. I was turned on pretty instantly to that feeling music gives you. Plus, my whole family is into music. My grandparents played against The Beach Boys in the battle of the bands. Caelan - I started playing with local bands when I was in high school. I met Erick through the grapevine & we’ve been getting