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Audiofeed 2018 preview: Qajaq

Photo by Meagan Nystrom On both occasions of experiencing a live set from ambient songwriter duo Qajaq (pronounced like "kayak"), I was in the living room of experimental cellist/songwriter Xioma in the emerging trendy neighborhood, Old Town East. It was a fitting environment—a certain amount of class yet down to earth ...

Audiofeed 2018 preview: Marah in the Mainsail

Marah in the Mainsail, I'm not going to lie, is one of those names that has seemed vaguely familiar to me for awhile. This feeling persisted when I saw their name on a flier for RedGorilla Festival, the free festival that happens alongside SXSW each year in Austin, TX. Their set preceded Columbus heroes and Tuned Up ...

Interview With Krista D

One of the best things about writing for a blog is that I get the chance to introduce people to new artists. And I absolutely love that. I remember when I was younger every month, I looked forward to new issues of Circus, Metal Edge, Spin, AP, and even Rolling Stone. The reason was the new artists I would read about that ...

Interview With Charly

I have always enjoyed finding new music. And it doesn’t matter how that comes to be. Over the past few years, one of the main ways I have come across new music is by writing for this blog, which I love. That’s how I came across this artist, Charly. I was asked if I would be down to interview her, and of course I said yes. ...

Columbus music in 2018 and beyond: The Saylor

The pop scene in Columbus, Ohio is small but potent. Columbus' young population, its profile as a test market, and the smaller sample size of pop bands appealing to the demographic present a formidable formula for groups to quickly garner a following if they play their cards right. Look at what's happened the past few ...

Columbus music in 2018 and beyond: The Turbos

Words by Ryan Getz, photo by Mitchell Multimedia. There's no shortage of good rock and roll in Columbus, Ohio. Today I, along with the Columbus Music Commission, want to introduce you to The Turbos - one such band. If this is your first time seeing one of these articles, or you need a refresher on what our partnership ...

Music through the eye of the lens – an interview

Music through the eye of the lens | Words by Lieke Ruesink Music offers a shared experience to those listening. At concerts, we all feel the words vibrate through our soul and the base becomes a collective heartbeat. But what the music does to us is different for each individual. Today we speak with a music photographer to ...