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Aubrey Harris – Bassist & songwriter (Fletcher, Keith Urban, Jacob Collier)

This week we chat with bassist and songwriter, Aubrey Harris! She began playing electric bass at age 13 and sitting in on gigs with her father, a jazz drummer. When Aubrey was 16, she was awarded a full scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music where she graduated in 2017. She chats with us about doing her 10,000 hours performing at Disney World Orlando to performing with artists such as FLETCHER, Keith Urban, and Jacob Collier! 


Zulu Takes On Slipknot’s “Wait And Bleed” For Spotify Singles Series

Zulu has issued a rendition of Slipknot‘s iconic track “Wait And Bleed” for the Spotify Singles Series. Zulu’s take on “Wait And Bleed” is a powerful and exhilarating tribute showcasing the band’s exceptional musical talent and ability to infuse new life into a hardcore classic. With their unique interpretation, Zulu brings a fresh perspective to the song while staying true to its raw intensity. Zulu’s rendition of “Wait And Bleed” holds a significant place in Spotify’s commemoration of Black Music Month, in collaboration with Frequency. This special initiative aims to shine a spotlight on the remarkable diversity and immense talent… Read more »


Indie-Pop Band Lavalove Sign to Pure Noise & Share New Single “One Last Heart”

The Californian indie-pop outfit, Lavalove have announced their signing to Pure Noise Records today. To celebrate the news, the group has released a brand new single “One Last Heart“. The track definitely falls into the indie-pop world, but upon first listen it oozes a surf-rock inspired ambience coated in shimmery guitar tones and glossy vocals. The band takes influence from a multitude of genres – everything from modern indie, to blues rock, to acid jazz. Lavalove was created in Los Angeles, California by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Tealarose Coy. On lead guitar, Jenny was the next member of the band,… Read more »


Hot Milk Announce Debut Album ‘A CALL TO THE VOID’, Drop New Single and Video

Hot Milk is launching themselves into the upper echelons of the British rock scene with the announcement of their debut full-length album A CALL TO THE VOID due August 25th courtesy of Music For Nations. After three extremely successful self-released EP‘s, the band is ready to showcase their loudest statement yet of who they are and what they stand for. Read more: Telltale Making Live Debut In UK With Headline Tour “We wrote songs with the intention of people going off, making you feel good, opening the pit up, letting go, crying, getting on your mate’s shoulders.  It’s church for us.” … Read more »


Rancid’s Tim Armstrong forms new supergroup with Operation Ivy bandmate

Time to put on your skanking shoes because Rancid’s singer/guitarist Tim Armstrong and Operation Ivy vocalist Jesse Michaels have reunited! Forming an all-new supergroup in March 2021, Bad Optix, have released their debut single, “Raid.” Read more: The Home Team Announce Summer Headline Shows with Action/Adventure The track features the former bandmates trading off vocal duty accompanied by Circle Jerks/The Bronx’s drummer Joey Castillo (formerly of Queens of the Stone Age) and Trash Talk’s bassist Spencer Pollard filling in the gaps. Seething with Armstrong and Michaels’ obvious ska influence, “Raid” is a spiritual, slow-burn anthem packed with horns, organs, and… Read more »


B-sides, Books, and (Princess) Brides with Bad Suns

Over the last two years, most of us have had a lot of extra time at home. Some people chose to learn something new (I downloaded Duolingo and now hablo español), some people spent a lot of time on TikTok or Netflix (or both), and some people helped score a recreation of the cult classic The Princess Bride. Or at least that’s what Christo Bowman, lead singer of indie-rock band Bad Suns did.  “I’ve never even seen the [original] movie,” says Bowman when I ask him about the experience. We’re chatting via Zoom—he’s in the green room at the Rialto… Read more »


Narcotic Wasteland Previews New Album with a Dose of Relentlessness at Gramercy Theatre

Narcotic Wasteland is gearing up to release their third LP next year and the North Carolina death metal thrashers previewed the record recently at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre. The crowd packed into the venue in anticipation of Accept’s spectacle of a headlining show but were treated to a master class in no-frills thrash metal beforehand.  Opening the night with their own dose of relentlessness, the band packed their thirty-five-minute set as tight as can be, playing songs from their previous releases as well as from their as-of-yet untitled record including the just-released single “The Best Times Have Passed”. After… Read more »

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