I ventured 2,400 miles away from home to meet up with an energetic band, named Hunny, out in Los Angeles. Made up of Kevin (keyboard), Munk (guitar), Greg (bass), Jason (guitar/vocals), Joey (drums), and Jake (guitar); Hunny is a distinct, chill-vibe band straight out of an 90s indie film. These guys were gearing up to play a 21+ show, one of many now under their belt, before setting out on tour with The Neighbourhood and Bad Suns this Fall. Check out their story below.
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In my recent interview, I sat down with Jonas Sees in Color, a 4-piece rock band from Greensboro, North Carolina. he band, consisting of John (drums), Ryan (vocals), Mikey (bass), and Owens (guitar), have 2 albums and an EP under their belts, along with a Battle of the Bands win. After playing Vans Warped Tour in 2013, they’ve been on a regular touring schedule in the Carolinas and surrounding areas. I caught them in Columbia, South Carolina as they opened up for American Idol winner Caleb Johnson.
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Heading past downtown Charlotte on the way to the Visualite Theater was a far more tense experience than it should have been. Rolling up and seeing the already large line under the shadow of the marquee stirs something inside you that reminds you of what you are about to experience. The unlit icon of the stage was branded with the names Bad Suns and KIEV for this night. Despite the lack of electricity in the sign, you could feel a comparable charge within the ever-growing crowd.
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Hailing from New Jersey, the up-and-coming band Young Rising Sons embarked on their first co-headline tour with Halsey this March. Still riding off of their ‘High’ EP, they’ve been touring non-stop for about 8 months. On the second to last stop of their latest tour, I sat down and had a chat with their guitar player, Dylan Scott. Enjoy:
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Olivver the Kid (Bryan Sammis) brought poetic performances and Pure Trash to the American Youth Tour this Spring. His Freak EP dropped last October after many months of anticipation from fans. They can all reassure you that it was worth the wait. Leaving the intense heat of LA for the chillier city breezes of Manhattan, Olivver spent a few moments answering some of my questions. Enjoy!
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