Category Archives: Interviews
David Wimbish of The Collection was kind enough to take some time and have a conversation with me over email. We talked about The Collection’s new album, “Ars Moriendi,” how the writing process works, what it’s like to have a family for a band, faith, hope, love, and everything else in between.
Releasing a new album in under two months, non-stop touring and really diverse music tastes…it was great to sit down and chat with the boys of Judah & The Lion.
A couple of weeks ago, I spent an impromptu 15 minutes talking with Lecrae at Canada’s Wonderland in Toronto (Canada), where he was performing a set during WonderJam.
With sales from their debut album, Rewind, reaching over 11,000 copies sold and a full season of touring under their belt the Minnesota band is on the verge of something big.
His name is unfamiliar, but he’s been involved in hip-hop since he was 14 years old. B. Cooper is about to get his due. July 15 marks the release date for his new album, While The City Sleeps, being released by Reflection Music Group. We spoke on the phone concerning his excitement for the new release, the privilege of working with other amazing artists, and the state of hip-hop in general. Enjoy!
IVM: What’s up guys! I get the…
After 4 song debuts from American Arson we are wrapping up the week with an interview. Read below for info on Evan Baker, the man behind the project, then head over to his store to purchase the album.
Bad Christian’s own King’s Kaleidoscope touched base with us this week about their partnership with Bad Christian, their new album, and what makes them tick. Check out our conversation, here.
The week after Playdough & DJ Sean Patrick dropped their new collaboration, Gold Tips, they were kind enough to spend some time discussing the new project with me over the phone. In this interview you’ll discover that these guys are hilarious, fun-loving, humble men of God that know how to “turn the party out.”
IVM: This is Vince, and I’m very excited to be talking with two awesome guys. Playdough, the MC from Dallas,…
In this exclusive interview with Project 86 frontman Andrew Schwab, we talk about the new record, using indiegogo, and even ask a few questions about past jams.
I had the privileged opportunity to interview Kim Caro who is the vocalist for upcoming indie rock band B Is Bridgie. She shared how they got to know producer Scott Silletta, people who she wished or wish she could collaborate with, and her fancy for bottle cap art.
A couple of weeks ago I spent an entertaining evening with Matt Baird (and some local talent) at a coffee shop, where Matt was performing an acoustic set. He had been traveling for 2 weeks playing acoustic gigs, just him, his guitar, and his family. The city of Minot, where I currently reside, was his final stop before a very short 2-day break until it was back on the road again, this time with the entire band in tow. The…
We close our Loftland Week out with an exclusive interview with the band. Thanks for joining us on another great artist centered week of content. Be sure to check back in March as we announce another great “__________ Week” event.
The “In The Silence of the Mind” Interviews – Part 2 (Silverline, My Ransomed Soul, Merge, This City Awaits)
Continuing the “In the Silence of the Mind” Interviews, I pick up with Silverline, This City Awaits, Merge, and My Ransomed Soul.
The “In The Silence of the Mind” Interviews – (Eyes of Eli, Righteous Vendetta, Southbound Fearing, more)
In preparation for this year’s “In the Silence of the Mind” articles, I reached out to some key people in the industry to get their thoughts. This “super interview” compiles the answers from Righteous Vendetta, Eyes of Eil, Dorean Lives, Declaration AD, and Southbound Fearing.
Hey guys, Vince here back with another artist interview. This time around I’m chatting with Aaron Stone, the voice behind the music and lyrics of My Epic, the band that doesn’t quite seem to fit on Facedown Records, yet they form a perfect union. My Epic released their new effort Behold last month to stellar reviews. Fans have been connecting with it lyrically and musically, and in our talk Aaron explains all about the ambient tone, what it…
I was lucky enough to have the privilege of interviewing Shane Ochsner, the man behind Everything In Slow Motion. Shane is a great conversationalist, and I felt like I really got to know him during our 80 minute chat. He was by far the longest phone interview I’ve ever conducted, but he was also the most personable guy. Maybe it’s because we’re both living in North Dakota, but probably because he is the most genuine, humble person I’ve ever…
DREAM Records artist Jonathan Thulin and independent singer/songwriter Charmaine are embarking on an Australian tour in January, visiting people’s houses for acoustic, intimate concert evenings. Check out the interview below.
7 Spin / Sony recording artist Jordan-Morgan Lansdowne shares his background in music and more through this in-depth interview. Check him out this November on The Hiding Places Tour, presented by Indie Vision Music and 7 Spin Music.
DREAM Records artists Press Play released their new album at the end of September. I had the pleasure in interviewing Dave Hanley from the group via email, discussing about the thoughts of the album and what the band long for listeners to hear and obtain when hearing the album.
Our writer, Keith Settles, recently did a phone interview with Dustin Kensrue (of Thrice) about his upcoming solo worship album, “The Water & The Blood”. Check out the AUDIO interview via our soundcloud link below. Make sure you buy Dustin’s brand new solo album “The Water & The Blood” when it goes on sale.
I was fortunate enough to be able to have a lengthy interview with Andy Zipf over email. We discuss everything from why he has changed his name to The Cowards Choir and his song writing process to whether or not Deckard from Blade Runner is a replicant. We had a great conversation, I hope you enjoy it.
Colombian worship movement, Soulfire Revolution, released their debut album in mid-August. I had the pleasure at interviewing lead singer Lorena Castellanos via email, discussing about the thoughts behind the album and what she and the band long for listeners to gain from hearing the project.
This week, we get the chance to chat with hardcore favorites Close Your Eyes about their upcoming album “Line in the Sand”, new lead singer Sam Robinson (Blessed by a Broken Heart), Shane’s departure, and what God is doing in their lives right now. Did your question get asked? Read on to find out.
Releasing their EP ‘Love Walked In’ on September 10th; independent worship duo The Sonflowerz were able to undertake an email interview with myself not that long ago. Here are the questions and answers, as what was discussed ranged from their successful kickstarter campaign (funding the EP, new book and fall tour), to what they wanted the EP to portray to those who listen to it.
Recently I got to interview Cam Smith of Hotel books through Facebook Instant Messenger. Find out what it is like to tour as a spoken word artist, Who he has enjoyed playing shows with, and the meaning behind his words and songs.
Signed to North Point Music, Seth Condrey releases his second English studio album ‘Keeps on Changing’ on August 27th, featuring his hit song ‘Speechless’. Here is the email interview I had with Seth, with the interview divulging his thoughts on the album and about what he longs to accomplish in Costa Rica.
Releasing her second EP next week (August 27th), independent artist Lexi Elisha took some time out to do an email interview, discussing about the EP and the meaning behind it. Check out the interview below.
The Ongoing Concept, releasing their debut album “Saloon” via Solid State Records, gave me the opportunity to interview them in light of their album release. Check them out of Facebook for latest news regarding their album, tours, etc.
Keith: With “Saloon” about to come out, what are somethings that are going to set this album apart from the others that have been released in 2013?
Dawson: I am in no way exaggerating when I say I…
With four out the six members of DC*B forming ‘The Digital Age’, here is the email interview I had with Mark Waldrop, one of the lead singers of the band. Check out the interview below, and be sure to take a squiz at the album available right now.
One of the most anticipated new artists to release albums in 2013 (alongside 1 Girl Nation, Tim Timmons, City Harbor and Finding Favour); Love and the Outcome release their debut album at the end of August. Here is the interview with Jodi, one half of the duo. Here with discuss the themes behind the album and the process of becoming Love and the Outcome and what God has been teaching the band throughout the last few years.