It is 6:30 in the evening and two Columbus, Ohio natives are hanging out inside an inconspicuous-looking tour bus, hours before their headlining show in Vancouver. They are Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots.
Sounding almost prophetic, the Trevor Guthrie written, Armin van Buuren produced hit, ‘This Is What It Feels Like’ seems quite the appropriate song title given that Guthrie now knows exactly how it feels like to be back in the limelight.
Love him or hate him, the man makes great music. Matthew Good is back with another solo venture, his sixth solo studio album, Arrows of Desire.
She grew up idolizing Lauryn Hill, and with a talent to match, it was inevitable for some of that L. Boogie soul to
rub off and sink in. She’s Belgium’s own Selah Sue and she has some serious soul.
The Balconies draw audiences in like a magnet. Jacquie Neville, with her wild charisma, turns the stage into her own little cocoon – a place of transformation from artist to rock star. And oh, it’s wildly entertaining to watch.
When you’ve just released your forth studio album internationally to a legion of die hard fans, when you’ve performed over four hundred shows within a three year span in support of your last record, when you’ve been around for the past twelve years and are still going strong, rock star doesn’t quite cover it.