The Score, an alt-rock band out of Los Angeles, has been on the rise since 2015 when their single, “Oh My Love” was featured in a commercial for the British supermarket Asda. Soon after, The Score, comprised of Eddie Anthony and Edan Dover, was catapulted into success and they were signed to Republic Records. Since then, their singles have been featured on HBO hit shows, the new Power Rangers film and during the NBA Playoffs March Madness pre-show programming. Their newest EP, Myths &
Warren G is the perfect example of an artist who’s been in the game for a long time and is still going after his dreams. We had the chance to sit down with him and get the inside scoop on how he stays motivated and some advice he’d give to anyone who’s ready to go after that crazy dream.
Comfort zones are dangerous places to live -Atlas Genius Q: What keeps you motivated and inspired to keep going after your dream? A: “If the band’s playing good and you’re playing in front of thousands of people that are going off, that itself is a reward and that’s inspiring! I guess there’s just a lot of music to make and wanting to express ourselves. And knowing that you’re getting closer to being able to do that.” “It’s like when like you’re a kid and you
Don't have a plan B. Go all in on the dream -Ryan Key (Q) : Through all of the hard work & sacrifice what keeps you motivated and inspires you to keep creating music? (A) : Ryan Key: We’ve been doing this for about 15 years. I think, like, the fact that It’s still constantly surprising! This tour for example has been SHOCKING. We’re sold out which is amazing and huge. Bigger than anything we’ve done in years and years and years. So you
All dreams are possible if you can just stick to your goal for the long haul -The Spill Canvas --- (Q) : What or maybe who inspired you to pursue your passion for music? (A) : It's not so much an exact person or thing that first planted the seed of music in my life-it was always just kind of there in my heart since childhood. But if I had to credit someone it'd have to be my dad for exposing me to great music