Author: bloodwater

November 10, 2008


November 11, 2008 By Jonathan/Bloodwater Thank you to Bonafide for taking the time to answer my questions and thanks to Jen from Big Machine Media for setting up this interview. For those unfamiliar with you, first off where does the name Grits come from and why did you decide to go with it?Continued →

November 1, 2008

INTERVIEW : Before Their Eyes

November 1st, 2008 By Jonathan/Bloodwater Thanks to Lance Brown of One Moment Management for setting up this interview and to Nick for sitting down to answer my questions. Which member of the band are you and what do you play in Before Their Eyes? I’m Nick and I play the vocals For those that are hearing about your band for the first time, why did you guys decide to go with the name Before Their Eyes?… Continued →

August 1, 2008

INTERVIEW : This Beautiful Republic

This Beautiful Republic Interview August 1st, 2008 By Jonathan Andrews Thanks to Ben Olin for taking the time to sit down and answer these questions and to Brian of EMICMG for setting up this interview. So for the record please let us know who you are and what you play in the band This Beautiful Republic?Continued →

June 16, 2008

June 9, 2008

June 4, 2008

REVIEW : Jon Foreman - Spring EP

Artist: Jon Foreman
Album “Spring Summer”
Label: Credential Recordings
Review by: Sam E
Track Listing: 1. March (A Prelude to Spring) 2. Love Isn’t Made 3. In My Arms 4. Baptize My Mind 5. Your Love Is Strong 6. Revenge
Folks that have followed Jon Foreman’s work since the first Switchfoot album came out in 1997 have long been aware of the fact that he is a brilliant songwriter.
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June 3, 2008

May 16, 2008

INTERVIEW : Esterlyn

Esterlyn Interview May 16th, 2008 By Jonathan Andrews Esterlyn‘s debut album Lamps came out back in February on Rooster Records. This is an email interview I did over the past week thanks to their management and the band. Q: First off please state who you are and what you play in Esterlyn.Continued →

December 29, 2006

REVIEW : Sleeping At Last - Keep No Score

Band: Sleeping at last CD title: Keep No score. Review by Kyle (as the fall breaks)   Sleeping at lasts newest CD, which came out in the summer, is a very emotional record. I don’t mean emotional in a cheesy way. This was done right. The band has produced 3 full length cds, one of which was released on Interscope records (their previous CD “Ghosts” was on Interscope).             While I had heard Sleeping at lasts music (I got “Ghosts” a year or so ago) I wasn’t very big on their music.… Continued →