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A Month on the Road: Tour Photographer

Article by: Casey Steinmiller   For most bands starting out touring, life on the road can be what you make of it. It's not quite as glamorous as the life of a true rockstar (whatever that means these days), but more like hunting down an old van and praying that vehicle can

Interview with Kelsey Brie of The Next Right Thing

Article and Photos by: Kristina Dawn   We recently had the pleasure of virtually sitting down with local Portland musician Kelsey Brie of The Next Right Thing to chat about everything from her up-and-coming music career, to the everyday struggle of chasing her dreams. MG: What band are you currently in/How long have

Getting to Know: Jordan Cody

Article by: Anthony Florez Photos by: Daniel Cavazos   Some time last year a friend invited me out to see an up and coming local performer named Jordan Cody perform at Wagner's Backyard here in Austin, Texas. (Upon seeing Jordan, I realized I'd met her several times at one of my local hangouts where

Getting to Know: THE SEA THE SEA

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara        More often than not, the most popular artists happen to be solo acts, or full on 4+ piece bands. Often overlooked, though, is the duet. For years, indie-folk duo, The Sea The Sea, has been making music, and with an interesting dynamic. They're

Getting to Know: THE SNAZ

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara   Founded in 2011, Vermont-based teen indie rockers, The Snaz, have come upon a rare combination for such a young band: A very unique style, and the skills to play their music effectively. Originally created by vocalist/guitarist Dharma Ramires, the mastermind behind most of the band's songs,

Getting to know: HAYLEY REARDON

Article and Photos by: Matt Guevara     Since picking up a guitar at the young age of eleven, folk-pop singer songwriter Hayley Reardon has become somewhat of a local legend in the Massachusetts music scene, and with good reason. Young as she is, her music has a distinct voice to it, and

Director Profile: Zack Snyder

Article by: Anthony Florez What is quality? There is this book that will bake your noodle by Robert M. Pirsig that examines this abstract and seemingly subjective question at length and with different modes of reasoning. It's called Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and I highly recommend sitting down with it