logo

Audiofeed 2017 preview index

We interviewed a lot of Audiofeed bands this year. Here are the links. The Anchor Collective Nate Allen Project TBA Vagabonds Hotel Neon Headrush The Still, Small Voice White Collar Sideshow Analecta Quiet Entertainer Spoken Nerd LeTrainiump Ode Vinter Parental ...

Audiofeed 2017 preview: Vagabonds

Vagabonds is significant to the Tuned Up fam. Our writer Ray Cobra noted the project of Luke Dean was his favorite set, second to My Epic at Audiofeed 2015. Vagabonds also played the first ever Steadfast Festival alongside The Soil and the Sun, OceanSpeak and more. This year is sure to be extra ...

Audiofeed 2017 preview: The Anchor Collective

Photo credit: Imani Givertz Photography Easily one of my favorite surprises of 2017 music discovery so far has to be The Anchor Collective out of Florida. I owe it to Kevin Schlereth for the discovery. You can read our review of their record here. As I've said before, The Anchor Collective ...

Audiofeed 2017 preview: TBA project from Nate Allen

There isn't a lot I can say to introduce this interview because I've never heard music from this project. In fact, it won't be announced until Saturday at Audiofeed. What I do know is that Nate Allen brings a healthy mixture of fun and real life into all his musical endeavors. Whether he's trying to ...

Humans of Bunbury: A Portrait Series

Photos and words by Samantha Skapin When you attend a three day music festival, the festival grounds start to feel like it's own little world. There's amazing food (like Sriracha mac and cheese and lemonade which was basically my Bunbury diet), interesting fashion trends, and of course the ...

Audiofeed 2017 preview: Analecta

One of the more memorable perennial acts at Audiofeed has to be analecta. For what they do, they may be one of the most underrated acts in their genre. Analecta is a duo made up of Patrick Quigley and Calvin Maloney. They are also known for the work they do in the DIY scene in South Bend, ...

INTERVIEW: CAPSTAN

Words: Ray Cobra//Picture: Evan Dell Every once in a while I come across a band that just resonates with me. Last year that band was Capstan. From the moment I heard their EP, Cultural Divide I was hooked. It was one of those releases that hit home in every possible way. That Ep help me get through ...