An Interview with Lostboycrow

From friends to tour mates, Chris Blair, otherwise known as Lostboycrow, and the guys of flor have quite a history— from jamming and living together, to now touring this fall on their Ones To Watch tour. You can catch Lostboycrow, flor, and their new friends joan, debuting songs from their latest albums as they play […]

An Interview With Chase Atlantic

Chase Atlantic, one of Australia’s and now the world’s fastest growing Alternative Rock groups is coming to Atlanta, playing Buckhead Theatre this Friday, June 21st. Mitchel Cave was kind enough to give us a quick interview while traveling with the band between cities. Jason: Hey Mitchel, thanks for taking the time to speak with me. […]

An Interview with Stephen Beerkens of The Faim

The Australian Alt-Rock band The Faim (French for “hunger”) is a band that’s hard to define on first listen. The songs are obviously highly polished, with well written song structure and catchy hooks setting them up to continue the explosive growth they’re already seeing. What’s hard to define are the influences that have been combined […]

An Interview with Flasher – Playing Georgia Theater in Athens, GA on August 10th, 2018

Members: Taylor Mulitz on guitar, bassist Daniel Saperstein and drummer Emma Baker This past week I was put in touch with the band Flasher from Washington D.C. They just completed a tour including a show at The Earl this past June, and are planning a return to Georgia when they play at The Georgia Theater […]

An Interview with Midnight Larks

I recently got the chance to sit down with Midnight Larks, who just put out their self-titled debut LP and celebrated it with a release show at The Earl on March 31st. I had seen them on local and festival lineups, but honestly didn’t know a ton about the band. Before meeting up with them […]

Atlanta Music Guide Sits Down With Zipper Club at Shaky Knees. Accidentally Discovers Magic.

Every once in a while, you interview a band who brings you in, makes you family, inspires you to decidedly become their cheerleader. Every once in a while, you don’t get to your questions. You don’t talk much about their upcoming music. You don’t ask about their influences. Instead, you meet and ask about their […]

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