This is part two of my four part series on Walk The Moon. I am trying to dissect why exactly Shut Up And Dance was such a damn hit. Why? Why not another song? It completely changed the band’s life and permanently cemented itself in our ear drums 4 ever.
RAC is the moniker of Portuguese American musician Andre Allen Anjos. For the last few years he has become a fixture in the remix game. But Andre doesn't do your normal WA WA WA WA club mix. He takes raw vocal stems and builds entirely new songs. He also makes
Oh hey, there you are. I spent the last year recording interviews with all sorts of artists and music industry professionals for my podcast, now it’s time for you all to hear them. My goal is to make the best profiles on musicians that exist. I think it takes a
Com Truise is a man with a serious obsession with synthesizers. In 2009 he was your average joe slaving away at his 9 - 5 and making music at night. Just a year later he'd been signed to Ghostly International (home to Tycho) and was touring around the world. But
I have a distinct memory of dancing around my elementary school bedroom to 311. Despite the fact that I had no idea what the lyrics to Down were that song was my shiiiiit.. And don’t give me that, “I never liked 311” nonsense. Everyone at some point has enjoyed a
The Griswolds are a band from Syndey, Australia that rose to prominence with their single, Beware the Dog. Shortly after its release the band went on tour with Walk The Moon and gained a sizeable fanbase in the U.S.A. Their second album High Times for Low Lives just dropped and we
I wasn't just a mediocre or lazy student. I was a mediocre AND lazy student. But when the students of Belmont University in Nashville, TN asked me to answer questions about their music business class I jumped at the chance. Is it cheating? Pffff. Well... look I'm not sure I
Neon Indian is the most successful moniker of Mexican American performer Alan Palomo. His debut record Psychic Chasms came out in 2010 and was a critical success that firmly established him in the indie music world.
Neon Indian was my first job in music. But Alan and I go way back,
Reuben Hollebon is one of the more interesting characters we've had on this show. He originally applied to medical school then dropped it all to pursue music. We sat down with him at the Troubadour in LA to talk about why it's never too late to pursue a career in
Lots and lots and loads and loads of people want to make beats for a living. There are programs to help you make beats, apps to help you make beats, robots to help you make beats, yet still only a select few actually make beats for a living. Or produce.