Nicholas Rowe

Interview: Nicholas Rowe

Indie folk artist Nicholas Rowe is holding nothing back in his new EP, Everything Has Beauty, which was released back in March. With his new release, Rowe challenges us to re-think what it means to fight through our weaknesses. “The first thing you really need to know about me is …

Interview: Jordan Esker and the Hundred Percent

Jordan Esker and the Hundred Percent, four musicians based in Tampa, have released their second single, “Common Indecency,” proving that no genre is beyond their musical prowess. It’s the slower, more contemplative follow-up to “Taking An Office Day,” the soulful anthem they released last November. “It’s like a soft ballad …

Interview: Sea Cycles

Photos courtesy of Brian Squillace. Brian Squillace led me down a dimly-lit hallway, rounded a corner and climbed up a creaky set of dark wood stairs. There was a Burrito Gallery menu on a step. He glided through a small walkway through a big room full of well, stuff. It …

Interview: LANNDS

Photographer: Josh Wessolowski LANNDS sat in front of us in the back of Deep Search with a small smile lighting up her face. She fidgeted and looked down at the wood floor. She immediately thanked us for wanting to talk to her. Her humility radiated from her nervous demeanor. She …
Gov Club

Interview: Gov Club

Dingy bar, hipster guys, craft beers and cigarette smoke. It’s everything you would expect from local indie band, Gov Club when we interviewed them at one of the Jacksonville watering holes, Burro Bar. Gov Club is made up of three 20-somethings: Austin Sherrill, Grant Fletcher and Adam Dooling. All three …

Interview: Joel Tyler

Joel Tyler is a relatively unknown acoustic musician who is partnering with CCB Studios to release his first EP, Arms are Meant for Holding, set to release in May. Tyler has one of the most unique sounds I’ve ever heard. I found him on Burro Bar’s acoustic show lineup and …