Dude, summer is officially here. There's something humbling about living in the northeast and only experiencing beach weather for one season. Whether you're working or not, it's like a four month "vacation", and it hits you every time you step outside. The parks are filled with the sounds of baseball games, ice cream trucks, and … Continue reading Bring it on, Summer Ft. the 90’s
I'm a loner. I never spread myself too thin, across others, across interests. Music has been central to my life, my achievements, and my goals. And in moments when I'm in distress, music makes me question my religion, lifting me up and dropping me off in a better place. The people I've met, the places … Continue reading The Greatest People You’ll Ever Meet
As the original rock-gods die off, or simply get too old to tour, younger generations are left with little-to-no exposure of live rock N' roll music. As a 19 Yr old, I'm am waiting for older generations to see that this band is not for their own pleasure. Most stabbing critics of the Frankenmuth, Michigan … Continue reading Greta Van Fleet: Resurgence or Genius?
Photo by Elias Tahan Brothers Ross & Rocky Lynch cannot escape the music. At just 22 and 23 yrs old, respectively, these brothers have toured across five continents, released five EP's, and a movie, for their first band, R5. R5 began posting their music to Youtube in 2009 after the Lynch family's move from Littleton, … Continue reading What’s Steering The Driver Era ?
On Saturday, March 31st, 2018, at 4PM EST, I called up Jon Benward, the Californian and longtime friend of mine, to talk about his experience(s) as a musician. From playing in bands, to touring, and to working on a long awaited, brand new-solo-project, Jon has the musical experience to talk about the visions, optimism, and passion … Continue reading Music to the Musician: An Interview with Jon Benward
Dear future Rutgers music geeks/nerds/stars, I want you to feel this moment that I am writing in. I believe that the last real form of entertainment is live music. It's a rare trip to a place we get lost in, when we're used to getting lost in our phones (we all do it) or nostalgia … Continue reading The New Brunswick Music Scene: A Time Capsule
The Maine has mastered pop rock. As soon as American Candy hit the market in 2015, The Maine extended its reach across a wider audience, with support from older and younger/new fans alike. As a continuation of the bands style 2015 American Candy-style, The Maine kept the pop-rocket party going on their first Single off … Continue reading The Maine’s Most Popular: “Bad Behavior”