Rob Mair talks to Weakened Friends about unexpected struggles, transparency and becoming comfortable with your own voice.
In an exceptional year for music, we made some lists and wrote some words. Here are those things.
Rob Mair speaks to Retirement Party’s Avery Springer about moving to Chicago to start a ‘real’ band and unloading her mind onto that band’s new record.
Mia Hughes gives her take on PA singer/songwriter Kiley Lotz’ second full-length under the Petal moniker.
T7 editor Jade Curson speaks to Chris Keough, the unassuming figure behind one of this year’s most exciting releases.
Mia Hughes reflects on how the Franklin, TN band have helped her to understand what it truly means to hope.
Rich Hobson gets to know Rough Hands, the band responsible for the UK hardcore release of the year so far.
Rob Mair looks back on his eighteen year relationship with The Weakerthans’ classic record.
Dan Rourke shares his thoughts on Happy Accidents’ latest power-pop outing.
Rich Hobson speaks with Detroit metal experimentalists The Armed about their musical vision and how their hometown shapes it.
Mia Hughes reflects on how Minor Threat (and JD Salinger) changed the way she views the world, and herself.
Kristy Diaz talks to Em Foster of Nervus about growth, visibility, and their upcoming second album, Everything Dies.
“…a complex breath of fresh air that is needed more than it’s deserved.”
Mia Hughes on one of the most anticipated releases of the year so far…
“Making do with bitter sundown,” Pianos Become The Teeth explore the deceptive nostalgia of missing what you once took for granted – even as your life improves – in their most mature album to date.
“I feel like shows should be not just be experienced by a bunch of people who look exactly like you and dress exactly like you.”