With a big EP release on April 4th, Fargo local Jessica Vines talked with us a bit about her music adventure.
With a new EP released this month, "...And Suddenly Nothing Becomes Everything", frontman Derek Hackman of Phoenix based The Breaking Pattern took a moment to chat with us, check out the full interview below!
Philadelphia based band Civil Youth are out promoting their brand new album Conversations and we had the chance to talk with them after their set at The Garage in Burnsville, MN. The trio's performance was full of energy, despite them arriving a little late and definitely sleep deprived. The crowd was small but that didn't stop them from having fun as they interacted with each other and the young tweens dancing at the base of the stage.
Check out our conversation with frontman Mirza of the Danish group Siamese on recent signing with Artery Recordings and latest album "Shameless"!
HOLDN is hitting the scene hard in 2017 and we talked with her to get the scoop on who she is and what she stands for. Read the full interview below!
Last Wednesday Skillet’s Unleashed Tour took the stage at The Fargo Civic Center in Fargo, ND. You’re living under a rock if you haven’t heard of Skillet by now, them being easily one of the most popular Christian rock bands since their entrance to the scene back in 1996. Their fanbase spans from itty bitty five year olds to seasoned head bangers in their late sixties, a wide age gap bridged by uplifting, fist pounding rock anthems.
Devour the Day are currently out with Sick Puppies and Skillet on the Unleased Tour and kicked off the night on Wednesday in Fargo, North Dakota. Known for an energetic live performance, the group didn’t disappoint with a high impact set list and a stage presence to match.
We met with frontman Blake Allison the afternoon before the show to chat about upcoming plans for this year, their writing process and overcoming struggles. Check out the full interview below!
We talked new single, musical inspirations and live performances with Minneapolis duo, Version 5.
Tennessee rockers, The Nearly Deads made their way to Minnesota for the first time in their career. While out on The Electric Angel Tour with Valora, the five piece took the stage at The Park in Fridley, Minnesota last Thursday night. Like a bursting bomb, the atmosphere produced by the band's energetic stage presence was explosive as they played to the small bar and grill audience.
We talked to the Louisiana based group known as Blonde Roses about their southern flare and new beginning, check it out below!