The Used

Bassist Jeph Howard talks about wanting to start over on the band’s fourth album “Artwork,” how it differs from previous records, coming from their own scene, and the mentality growing up in Utah instilled in them. … More The Used

Incubus

DJ/keyboardist Chris Kilmore takes a look back at the band’s body of work for their new retrospective “Monuments & Melodies,” explains what their creative process is like, and looks ahead to what’s coming next. … More Incubus

Anchor & Braille

Anberlin frontman Stephen Christian discusses his long-in-waiting side project Anchor & Braille, how it first got started, writing songs to make you feel and have a conversation about, and what it’s been like to see Anberlin breakout into the mainstream. … More Anchor & Braille

Copeland: Dispersing Light

Copeland listeners have come to expect more than simplicity from the band’s records, even on one that draws from the classic ditty “You Are My Sunshine.” “That song is really interesting to me. Everyone kind of remembers it very fondly,” recalls vocalist Aaron Marsh. “You hear about that being a romantic song for a couple … More Copeland: Dispersing Light

Copeland

Frontman Aaron Marsh shares about the band’s latest record “You Are My Sunshine,” reevaluating music after leaving Columbia Records, the art of producing, his early singing days, and his thoughts on Auto-Tune and following trends. … More Copeland

Mat Kearney

Singer-songwriter Mat Kearney offers a glimpse into his new record “City of Black & White,” finding perseverance amidst life’s trials, meeting people in the middle of their journeys, and how his background as an English major influenced his music career. … More Mat Kearney

mewithoutYou

Guitarist Michael Weiss provides insight into the band’s new direction on “It’s All Crazy! It’s All False! It’s All A Dream! It’s Alright,” the process of always trying to do new things, finding and pointing to truth, and what the group’s early days were like. … More mewithoutYou