Last week I sat down with Wyatt and Austin Fullmer (yes, they’re brothers) and began what was a laughter-filled Q & A running the gambit from straight answers to things that’d make your mom blush. Bryce filled in the blanks shortly thereafter, his answers were a tad more PG rated, but just a tad. Upon deciding to interview Randsburg, I knew exactly where I’d be interviewing them; Iron Press is this killer little waffle sandwich place at the SoCo Collective with quite the impressive beer selection. Let’s get down to the nitty gritty, shall we? Continue reading
unEARTH Music Hub presents Ground Sound podcast episodes featuring underground and not-so-underground bands. The boys dig into all things Pop music in this week’s episode from definitions, to implications, to “One Hit Wonders,” to the King of Pop Himself.
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This #popcast episode features Chumbawumba,Fountains of Wayne, Muse, Lady Gaga, John Lennon, Elton John, John Lennon Queen, and Michael Jackson.
unEARTH Music Hub presents Ground Sound podcast episodes featuring underground and not-so-underground bands. This #rockcast episode features Led Zeppelin, Jeramiah Red, Chuck Berry, Big Monsta, ACDC, Bright Light Social Hour, The Living End, and The Record Company.
Here is the culmination of the interview with Seth Roberts (singer, guitarist, songwriter) of Lakes that took part both on May 23 and July 17, 2014 via phone. He was gracious enough to speak to me at length about the band’s recording process, a special announcement regarding the promotion of the new album and much more great insight into their new album Fire Ahead out now.
If you did not catch part 1 of the interview, check it out here.
California is nicknamed the golden state; famous for dazzling beaches and decadent lifestyles. The boisterous sounds and glitzy lights of the Los Angeles music scene only aid to distract from the amazing talent spread across the West Coast. Lakes, a melodic rock band from San Luis Obispo are one of the wonders lost in the lights. While you may not find them on the cover of Rolling Stone or headlining the Hollywood Bowl, their fresh new album Fire Ahead will leave you no-less in awe than that of the vibrant hues from a California sunset.