“Between The Scale Of Chaos And Control” – An Interview With Local Musician And Producer, Jara

Article written by Kyla Wyllie Photography by Annika Cimas "It's really strange when you can have an emotion and then write a song in your room, you record it and put it out and then it's not really your song anymore. The only thing that you can completely say is yours, no one else's, but at the same time share it … Continue reading “Between The Scale Of Chaos And Control” – An Interview With Local Musician And Producer, Jara

“What Sets You Apart?” -Finding Yourself As An Artist, An Interview With Gonzo

Article written by Kyla Wyllie A huge part if music is being an individual, fully finding yourself and allowing room to grow, not only as a person but as an artist also. This isn't always the easiest thing to do, especially if you don't know where to start. Most likely, you'll want to begin at your … Continue reading “What Sets You Apart?” -Finding Yourself As An Artist, An Interview With Gonzo

“And Then You Can Breathe Again…” -An Interview With Paper Days

Article written by Kyla Wyllie Photography by Annika Cimas Sometimes to achieve a goal, you have to look at things in a "step-by-step" standpoint. It's more about how you approach an issue or a dream rather than the thing itself, the journey can determine the endpoint. Two of the members of Paper Days, Niko Sitaras … Continue reading “And Then You Can Breathe Again…” -An Interview With Paper Days

CAGE THE ELEPHANT & PORTUGAL. THE MAN SHOW VLOG 6/22/16

Article written by Kyla Wyllie Video filmed and edited by Kyla Wyllie I "wish we could go back to the start" and re-experience the jaw-dropping performance my friends and I were fortunate enough to attend on June 22. Starting off the night was New York City's very own, Sunflower Bean (Nick Kivlen: vocals & lead guitar, Julia … Continue reading CAGE THE ELEPHANT & PORTUGAL. THE MAN SHOW VLOG 6/22/16

“Those Are Your Friends,”- An Interview With Opt Out

Article written by Kyla Wyllie Photography by Annika Cimas Whether or not you think that everything happens for a reason, there is definitely some truth behind that belief. Local rock band, Opt Out, is just one of many examples on how one event can lead to something bigger. "None of this really would have happened without a … Continue reading “Those Are Your Friends,”- An Interview With Opt Out

“Tell The Kids To Keep It Real”- An Interview With Inspired And The Sleep

Article written by Autumn McDonald Photography by Annika Cimas There is no denying that Inspired And The Sleep has an amazingly unique sound and brings something to the music scene that no one else can. Max Greenhalgh, the lead singer, describes the band’s unique sound as a kind of “psychedelic pop music.” He explains, “we … Continue reading “Tell The Kids To Keep It Real”- An Interview With Inspired And The Sleep

“Make An Impact”- An Interview With Essex Class

Article written by Autumn McDonald Photography by Annika Cimas Before Battle of the Bands on the 27th, Kyla and I interviewed the band Essex Class. You may remember their name from the article, “No Breaks” that Kyla wrote about their one year anniversary, and their brief commentary in the general “The Battle To Play Warped … Continue reading “Make An Impact”- An Interview With Essex Class

“Stay Casual San Diego” – An Interview With The Casualists

Article written by Kyla Wyllie Photography by Annika Cimas Elisia Savoca, Anthony Minsky, Chris Justo (referred to friends as "Justo"), Steven Arnett, and Hunter Corbisez. These names may be currently meaningless to you, but trust me, you'd do yourself some good to remember them. One of the latest additions to the San Diego music scene, The Casualists, are taking … Continue reading “Stay Casual San Diego” – An Interview With The Casualists