Q&A with Scarlet Sails: "This Album is the Glue Between my Past and Present and a Necessary Step to See the Future"

Q&A with Scarlet Sails: "This Album is the Glue Between my Past and Present and a Necessary Step to See the Future"

Sarlet Sails, the new musical endeavor from drummer Brian Viglione (Dresden Dolls, Violent Femmes) and his Russian-born pianist/vocalist wife, Olya Viglione is a match made in heaven. Joined by members Mark Kohut (guitar) and Jesse Krakow (bass), the band just released their debut Future From The Past, funded from an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign. Future From The Past touches on exactly what the title suggests - it is a marriage between these artists' past and present, all merging together to further launch them into their future. 

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INTERVIEW: Don Broco Talk About Creating a Strong Live Show, Their First U.S. Tour & Plans for Their Third Album

INTERVIEW: Don Broco Talk About Creating a Strong Live Show, Their First U.S. Tour & Plans for Their Third Album

UK breakout band Don Broco have been going non-stop since the release of their sophomore album, Automatic back home in 2015, and when I say non-stop, I mean it. On top of packed headlining gigs of their own, the band recently set off on their first ever Japanese tour with ONE OK ROCK, and last year hit the road with both Bring Me The Horizon and 5 Seconds Of Summer. Don Broco’s diverse sound and high energy performances allow them to play seamlessly alongside these very different sounding bands, which makes them a perfect fit on their first and current U.S. tour alongside State Champs, Against The Current and With Confidence.

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Q&A with Jonathan Capeci of Nightly: "Be Authentic and Write Songs That Matter to You."

Q&A with Jonathan Capeci of Nightly: "Be Authentic and Write Songs That Matter to You."

Nashville-based alt-pop band Nightly have been going non-stop since the release of their honest EP on Interscope Records last fall. With tour dates supporting K. Flay to round out the year, a SXSW run back in March and three back to back tours with Saint Mesa, The Struts and Urban Cone underway, they're showing no signs of slowing down, either.

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Frank Iero Talks About the Final Act of “Parachutes” & Getting Back on the Road: “No Matter What, You End Up Being Okay.”

Frank Iero Talks About the Final Act of “Parachutes” & Getting Back on the Road: “No Matter What, You End Up Being Okay.”

The last six months have been nothing short of a journey for Frank Iero and the Patience. Two weeks before the release of their emotional sophomore album, Parachutes, the band was involved in a life-threatening traffic accident that would leave them shaken, yet still alive. For Iero, this gave him a new perspective on those twelve songs that would prove, over the coming weeks and months, to be more important than he could have ever imagined.

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