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VanLadyLove: New Music Seminar's Artist On The Verge Takes Its Electro-Folk-Pop Sound From Utah To NYC

Nine hours outside the industry hustle and bustle of Los Angeles lies an unlikely music hub: Provo, Utah. Neon Trees, Imagine Dragons, The Used and Joshua James are among the bands who have called this place home. Now a new band has emerged from the ...

Jhené Aiko, Action Bronson, And Emily Wells React To 7th Annual Roots Picnic [Exclusive/PHOTOS]

Philadelphia natives and legendary hip-hop/neo soul band The Roots celebrated their 7th annual Roots Picnic with headliner Snoop Dogg and performances by Jhené Aiko, Action Bronson, Janelle Monae, Roman GianArthur, Emily Wells, Chill Moody to name a ...

New Music Seminar Artists on The Verge: June Divided

June Divided crafted its debut album 'Backbone' in a rush so it would be ready before the band's initial Warped Tour appearance. Listeners have loved the punchy music delivered thus far, but the band hopes to evolve away from that "scene" with its ...

How Does Funny Sound? Music Times Talks to 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Composer Joel McNeely

Music Times recently sat down with Joel McNeely, composer for 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' to discuss his roots, working with Seth MacFarlane and how this film brought him back home

Music Times Meets: Krystalmath

We meet Rebecca Jean Rossi and Erika Omundson of alt-pop outfit Krystalmath to discuss the lack of women in computer science programs (and how it affects music), Hedwig and The Angry Inch (the topic that really broke bassist Erika Omundson's ...

Music Times Meets: Tom Silverman, Founder of The New Music Seminar

Read anything recently regarding the next big thing in the music industry? Tom Silverman heard about it before you. Heck, he may have written the article you read. The founder of Tommy Boy Records has always been one step ahead when it comes to ...

Interview: Midnight Faces Ready To Take Alternative World By Storm

To make a big-sounding indie rock record, you don't need any real frills: just ask California band Midnight Faces, comprised of vocalist Philip Stancil and composer Mattew Doty (also of Saxon Shore with Josh Tillman, a.k.a. Father John Misty). ...

Music Times Meets: Grim Legion

This week Music Times meets up with Markus Misery, bassist for New Jersey classic death metal band Grim Legion.

Q&A: Jon Herington On Touring With Steely Dan, His New Album and Life In The Studio

The life of a musician can go dozens of ways, and for guitarist Jon Herington he gets to do all of them at once. Though he's probably best known for being the touring and studio guitarist for classic rock band Steely Dan, the 60-year-old musician ...

Music Times Meets: Ellen Foley and Her New Album 'About Time' [LISTEN]

Vocalist and actress Ellen Foley joins Music Times to discuss the creation of her new album 'About Time,' her continued faith in Carmelo Anthony, and to share a Midwest Moment with host Caitlin Carter as they reflect on Catholic school in their ...

Incan Abraham Talks West Coast Stereotypes, Peruvian Soda and Debut Album, 'Tolerance'

It's no longer freezing in New York after months of snow and gloomy weather. Could the members of Incan Abraham have brought some Los Angeles warmth with them? As they sit on a bench outside of The Brooklyn Bowl, they speak of their upcoming album, ...

Will Stratton Shares Old Wisdom, New Tunes [EXCLUSIVE]

Will Stratton's album Gray Lodge Wisdom will be released this April. Music Times sat down with Stratton for an exclusive interview.

EXCLUSIVE: Juanes Takes a New Approach with Producer Steve Lillywhite on Latest Album, 'Loco De Amor'

Juanes is set to release his sixth studio album, Loco De Amor (Crazy with Love) on March 11, and he is calling it the best record of his career. The Colombian star teamed up with Steve Lillywhite — producer for U2, The Killers, The Rolling Stones, ...

EXCLUSIVE Q&A with Methodic Doubt's Kris Dirksen on Scoring Cinemax Series 'Banshee' and More on Music Composition

Cinemax’s hit show Banshee is one of the darkest, most exciting series on television today. The music of the show is clearly part of the draw and expression that keeps viewers coming back each week, resulting in a recent third season confirmation ...

Blush: A 'Pan-Asian' Girl Group Aims to Be More Than The Sum of Its Ethnicities

Blush's selling point is its 'pan-Asian' lineup: Members from Hong Kong, India, Japan, the Philippines and South Korea compile a girl group aiming at an American audience. Its members hope that their races won't always be the object of attention ...

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