77 Square Chats With Boy & Bear’s Tim Hart

Boy & Bear

The Aussie indie kids of Boy & Bear are on their way to Madison for a show the High Noon Saloon next week, and the good folks at 77 Square were eager to find out more about this exciting rising band.

Check out Jessie Opoien’s interview with band member Tim Hart as they discuss “tour food, songwriting and bears.”

NPR “Considers” PHOX’s Debut

PHOX

Hot off the much-anticipated release of their debut album of “lethargic pop,” PHOX got some major love from NPR in an interview touching on the band’s genesis and the process of setting their sound free.

Have a listen to bandmates Monica Martin and Matt Holmen’s short, sweet, and illuminating conversation with Melissa Block of All Things Considered here.

We can’t wait to welcome the band home during their pair of SOLD OUT Madison performances at the High Noon Saloon this August!

“Waiting For Your Genius To Arrive”: MTV Interviews Boy & Bear

Boy & Bear

 

MTV Iggy recently chatted with Australian indie kids Boy & Bear about their creative process and what we can expect to hear when the band rolls into Wisconsin next month for shows at the High Noon Saloon and Turner Hall.  Give their inspiring chat a read here and check out their Laurel Canyon-esque “Bridges” below.

 

Ron Pope Opens Up To Renowned For Sound

Ron Pope

 

Earlier this month, the folks over at Renowned For Sound were able to catch up with Georgia native Ron Pope about his exceptionally successful decade of music making on the world stage, including the juicy details behind his latest pop release, Calling Off The Dogs.

Read their interview here, and check out the behind-the-scenes cut of the album’s bouncy first single, “Lick My Wounds” below.

 

Don’t miss Ron when he rolls into Madison for a show at the High Noon Saloon on October 3.   Grab your tickets now! 

 

Dave & Phil Alvin Ready To Make Up & Make Music

dave and phil

Nearly three decades after falling victim to the all too familiar rock and roll sibling rivalry trap and the breakup of their former band, The Blasters, Dave & Phil Alvin have finally made amends.  The Wall Street Journal recently spoke to the brothers about starting over and tackling the stage once again.

Check out their conversation here, and don’t forget to grab tickets to see them live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon with The Guilty Ones on July 25!