Monthly Archives: July 2011

Interview: Afrobeta: Alive and in Color- Published by Rumbum.com

You may not know it but you have probably already danced to an Afrobeta tune. Their catchy electronic songs like “Play House” keep you jumping and moving and sweating in the moment and leave you wondering “Who was that?” in the aftermath. … Continue reading

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Interview: Holcombe Waller Will Make You Cry- Published by Rumbum.com

Holcombe Waller’s music will make you cry. His Indie folk guitar and sweet melancholy voice will make your heart ache while memories of love lost run through your brain. His music is intimate, haunting, and often sad. And while this … Continue reading

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Interview: Going Analog with The Shivers- Published by Rumbum.com

Jo Schornikow and Keith Zarriello of The Shivers are exactly the same people off-stage as they are on. Standing outside of Brooklyn’s Glasslands Gallery, Schornikow is sweet and soft-spoken with an easy smile, while Zarriello is frenetic, shifting his weight … Continue reading

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Interview: Dancing with Rubblebucket- Published by Rumbum.com

Rubblebucket’s Kalmia Traver and I are sitting on the stoop outside of Santos Party House. A heavy bout of rain has just let up and the air is thick with the many scents of China Town, yet Traver is delighted … Continue reading

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