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Conversations: An Interview with Kevin Weiss of Brothers Weiss

One reason I chose Brothers Weiss as a band you should go see in 2014 (yes, I’m bossy) is that I knew their EP release for Conversations was right around the corner. Another reason is that they fucking rock. The release is now upon us and the dudes have gone about introducing fans to the […]

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Get What You Want: An Interview with Dustin Lothspeich of Chess Wars, Boy King, & Old Tiger

With dirty distortion, hard-hitting drums, and fired-up song titles like “Evil” and “Got Nobody” it’s hard to believe the gritty rock of Chess Wars comes from two of the nicest dudes in town. Best buds Dustin Lothspeich and Jake Najor formed their mini-supergroup just months ago but already recorded an album, Peace, and have a […]

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Shifting All Along The Dial: Another Interview with Al Howard

This interview probably requires no introduction, but I’ll take a stab anyways. Al Howard’s bands have kept me busy this past year and I’m eternally grateful for finding his music and the paths it’s led me down. My first attempt at an interview came last February when the prolific artist offered some supremely interesting (and […]

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Hey There: An Interview with Shelbi Bennett of The Midnight Pine

Al Howard wasn’t exaggerating when he decreed that the singer for his newest band, The Midnight Pine, had “one of the most beautiful voices I’ve heard in my life.” The young songstress, Shelbi Bennett, has an incredible set of pipes which fill each line she sings with soulful character. To call her vocals “haunting” seems […]

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One More Whiskey Pour: An Interview With Nena Anderson

With a voice and style that echoes the past, yet possessing a unique contemporary flair, Nena Anderson is a gal who will steal your heart and give it back ever-so-gently. The singer-songwriter blends a variety of styles on her solo album, Beyond The Lights. Her tunes offer lovelorn tales full of character crafted by her […]

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Everybody Wants To Know Where You’ve Been: An Interview With John Cooper of The Howls

The Howls bring an addictive energy to every set I’ve seen them play. Performing with established San Diego bands, their enthusiasm and unique sound garners them deserved attention, even upon a first listen. I’ve had the pleasure of dancing foolishly amidst their other fans at some of the best venues in town. And now they […]

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Leaving Its Trails: An Interview with Joshua Zimmerman of The Silent Comedy

After ringing in the new year in a giant shell at the Lafayette Hotel in North Park, The Silent Comedy have kick-started 2012 with a handful of local shows, introduced some terrific new music live, and traveled away from our beloved city to parts unknown. Or ya know, other cities. Selling out the Belly Up Tavern […]

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