Heading out on tour for the first time is a milestone for any band. Just like going out and seeing a band you love for the first time is a unique experience for any fan. Many of us won't be taking the stage anytime soon, unlike Magic Giant who are preparing for their first tour. To help bring some of the excitement to you, we ask them to share six things they hope they get to do while out on their first tour.
With the holidays approaching are you finding yourself struggling to think up gift ideas for your Christmas list? Not sure what to wear to that party? Already planning to spend the giftcards you'll receive? Well ladies, we may just have the perfect bit of inspiration for you. We ask our current favorite fashion icon, Molly Roth, to share her six wardrobe must haves. If this doesn't have you clicking away online shopping while taking a listen to Molly's...
While WALLA may be living the American dream now in Los Angeles, it wasn't always the case. This band features members from the USA, Mexico/El Salvador, Italy, Indonesia, Brazil, and Korea. We ask the unique multi-continental band to share with us the six things they love about their home countries!
When you think of Philadelphia many can't help but think of Philly Cheesestakes or the Liberty Bell or deep dish pizza and Chicago and the cold. Throw Boston into the mix and many may think of "chowdah" or the Boston Tea Party. But what about Seattle? Find yourself only thinking of The Space Needle? Well we asked Seattle's own Craymer to share with us the six best things to come from Seattle. So get reading and be prepared for that next trivia night.
It’s closing in on 8:30 at night at The Webster Theater. The crowd is getting anxious. The main room in this Hartford, CT venue is packed and bustling with noise from the audience. The venue is one of the smallest on the tour, only packing in about 1,250 people, but it is still rumbling with voices and screams. I make my way to the stage through a sea of young adults. I might be the....
I Carry Your Heart is the newest installment from Bostonian quintet, Nemes. This album is a little all over the place on first listen and it is hard to pin down an actual genre of this band. As a new listener to Nemes it was a little off putting at first, like they did not know what type of music they wanted to play. But as I really got into the album, I fell in love with the lyrics. The silvery tone in vocalists Dave Anthony and Josh...
Looking for a new artist or two to add to your summer playlist? Well The Sound Alarm enlisted the help of Smoke Season to share their Six Los Angeles Bands To Watch. As an indie group who took the scene by storm last year, they know a thing or two about being a band to watch. With picks ranging from tracks to dance to to artists you must see live, there is something for nearly every music fan in this Six Picks!
Nearly every band name has a story to go with it. For Western Education, it was how they described their sound during one of their first practices. They went back and forth on the name until deciding they liked the name for the acronym "WE" promotes their togetherness. So we asked Will Hunt, Western Education’s bass player, and connoisseur of band-names, chimes in on six important things...
Everyone has something they believe in, a cause to fight for or a dream to mutative them. For Ostrich Run they are working to use music to promote charity. So much so they have founded their own charity the Ostrich Farm Foundation. As they work to use music to promote charities we asked them to share their six reasons why they think music and charity go together.
William Beckett (who many of you may know as the front man of now-defunct The Academy Is...) was kind enough to sit down with us for a video interview at the Atlanta stop on the "Reunion Tour 2014," which was headlined by We Are The In Crowd. William discusses his thoughts on going solo, changes he has noticed during his tenure in the music industry, why he opted to sign to Equal Vision Records, and much more.
has signed The Color Morale
. The Rockford, IL five-piece is currently recording their fourth studio album, Hold On Pain Ends
. The Color Morale formed in 2007 and have released three albums to date, We All Have Demons
, My Devil In Your Eyes
, and Know Hope. The band are confirmed for a full summer on the entire Vans Warped Tour 2014.
Virginia’s own The North are celebrating the release of their single “Always Have A Backup Plan”. With the single suggesting The North knows a thing or two about backup plans, The Sound Alarm decided to put it to the test. In this unique Six Pick we presented The North with six scenarios ranging from power outages, forgotten birthdays to zombie virus outbreak and asked The North to share...
"For our picks we decided not to go with just typical classics everyone would expect. These are songs that we really enjoy and love for a variety of reasons, that we wouldn't mind calling our own." - King The Kid