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Interview: Ill Anatomy

1: How did you decide on the name, “Ill Anatomy"?Dalton and Oscar were jamming under multiple names. Dalton and Cam's Dad came up with Ill Anatomy and it stuck2: What inspires you to create?"If I don't stay creative, I get destructive" - Dalton3: What advice would you give to someone who wants to be in a creative profession?Don't be scared about what anybody you know has to say about what you do.4: Do you feel open minded about what you listen to? Do you like going out of your comfort zone?We are absolutely open minded in  what we listen to. From rap, hip hop, classical, grunge and metal.. even a few country songs, we listen to it all.5: What outlets do you find out about music from? (Record stores, magazines, samplers, etc.)"I've found a lot of the music I enjoy today from my Moms old CD collection" - Oscar6: What is your favorite format to listen to music on? (CD, Vinyl, etc.)People get sentimental about records, so we exclusively stream music online..7: How do you feel the internet has impacted the music business?Poorly, Artists don't make money off of music sales as much anymore and are forced to make their profit with live shows and merch sales. Things are better for consumers and worse for the producers.8: Who was the first band/artist that became your favorite band?Stone Temple Pilots - CamAsking Alexandria - OscarNirvana - Dalton9: If you could open a show for any artist, who would it be?Alice in Chains or Judas Priest10: What was the inspiration for your song “Sunset”?Real life shit. It should be easy to understand once you realize 'Sunset' is a metaphor for addiction, dependencies, substance abuse, and the dawn of a new day.

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Premiere: LULU Tonight

The second single from Lulu Tonight is excellent. The listener will be amazed because the music and vocals are so unique. Give this a listen and share it with a friend.

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Retronaut Favorites: The Hives

I discovered The Hives while playing Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock! I loved their album Lex Hives when it came out and I remember seeing them on the cover of Magnet Magazine, which was the first time a band I loved was on the cover of a magazine.

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Interview: Culture Shock

1: How did you decide on the name, “Culture Shock"?Travis: We were brainstorming names and it just came to me randomly, like a shock you could say. It has a flow and I think it fits for what we're trying to do. Culture Shock is the state of panic a foreigner might face in a different country. I can't remember but I had some kind of interest in it for a while.Ben: Yeah I think one day were jamming and Travis just said "How about we name ourselves Culture Shock! We didn't hesitate and changed our profile info immediately

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Under The Radar: Slammin' Gladys

I discovered Slammin' Gladys while going through promo posters with my dad. They were one of many bands I discovered while unrolling posters! Some of the others were Fight, Nudeswirl, Bang Tango, and Love/Hate!

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Introducing: Danny Nguyen

Danny Nguyen is a music photographer and videographer based in the Greater Boston area. He began his visual artistry with an interest in sports documentary, but grew to expand his storytelling skills through music videos, promotional content, and concert photography. Danny has shot well-known names like Trippie Redd, Smokepurpp, PNB Rock, Fetty Wap, and more. However, always wanting to support his community, he has produced numerous music videos for local artists as well and continues to strive to be an amazing film director one day. His music taste ranges from punk rock to modern hip hop to indie pop to more.

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Premiere: LULU Tonight

The debut single from LULU Tonight is so unique! It's a tune that makes the listener want to keep listening because it's so different than anything you'll hear on this New Music Friday. All we ask you to do is listen, so give this fantastic tune a listen!

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You Should Be Listening To...Cody Jasper

Ministry Of Madness is an excellent album. It showcases different musical styles and it features tunes that discuss topics like depression and toxic relationships. We got to hear the album early, and we love it...and it's out today, so you get to hear it!!We spoke with Cody about the inspiration for his tunes, "Who You Are" and "Benz", how he discovers new music, how he feels that the internet has impacted the music industry much more.

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