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Adam J. Kurtz’s haphazard handwritten anecdotes initially strike laughter, but reveal some of the realest truths of our humanness.

Austin’s very own The Wild Now discussed their inspiration behind their newest EP and their experience at this year’s SXSW.

Barns Courtney opened up about his upcoming headline tour, summer festival season, and the song he loves performing most.

Jonny P talks bringing soul back to the music industry and melding vintage authenticity with modern vibrancy in his music.

B.Miles chats with Local Wolves about incorporating her song “Salt” into a Kill Bill scene, and warm and cool aspects hidden within music.

Joseph chats about the music collaboration process, their favorite songs they’ve written and more.

Jasmin Savoy Brown talks about her journey through acting, the hardest role she’s ever played, and being herself.

Amber Midthunder chatted about her current role in the FX series, Legion to Jiu Jitsu.

Brittany and Charmaine Goodwin chat with us about embracing their “Black Girl Magic”.

The 19-year-old author, Sarah Hamilton chats with us about finding inspiration, her Hogwarts house, and more.

STALGIA comprised of B & Yaya, are ready to wow the music world with their upcoming EP.

Electric Guest is breaking their silence with their most confident, self-realized collection of songs yet.

Creative, India K about her journey, current music favorites, and the importance of strong female communities.

Branden Harvey for humanity is extending into something tangible with the Goodnewspaper.

Adain Bradley who plays Trev, a high school jock in CW’s Riverdale spoke about his career and experience on the show thus far.

Saint Mesa’s dream-pop sound uplifts the deep lyrics which tell narratives of personal triumphs.

Charlottetown based band, Paper Lions has the perfect tunes for your next jam session.

Jess Kent shares her journey in making a name for herself, finding her sound and the power of confidence.

The Technicolors is on the verge of spreading their name from throughout the desert to across stadium marquees.

Straight out of Southern California, Allah-Las is on tour with their third album Calico Review, which oozes a vintage LA sound.