Podcast: I Talk to My Best Friend About Mentorship

*I wanted to keep the title of my podcast consistent, however I will be using a new Soundcloud account for school projects just to avoid any confusion and to save storage space for multiple endeavors. About the Episode: On this Episode of the Easy Breezy Podcast, I interview my best friend, Kylie, who’s at school…

Music to the Musician: An Interview with Jon Benward

On Saturday, March 31st, 2018, at 4PM EST, I called up Jon Benward, the Californian andĀ 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…

The New Brunswick Music Scene: A Time Capsule

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…

The Maine’s Most Popular: “Bad Behavior”

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…

The Dead Flowers Live in New Brunswick

The New Brunswick music scene is alive and well. Regardless of what it may have been, the New Brunswick music scene is thriving. Bands, local and touring, are pouring through the basement cellar doors, leading to the genesis of unprecedented sound. The focus of these “show houses,” quickly pans to the heat emanating from the…

Robbers

We once spoke face to face. And were present in every conversation. But now our distractions have robbed us of pain. Of feeling anything right in front of us. No more challenges sounds beautiful until you realize they’re gone. Because the time we had to problem solve is spent on our phones. Robbed us of…