Folk artist Juliet K did a really fun and unique piece for Music4Breakfast, where she and her band went on a journey to find the best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese sandwich in her Brooklyn neighborhood.
Head HERE to check out the full article and follow them on their journey and see which sandwich ultimately emerged as the victor!
“I have been playing this record on repeat since I discovered it, Juliet’s beautifully well-trained vocals and the modernized mutation of classic folk-based instrumentation make All Unforgivable Things a very special and captivating release.”
Infectious Magazine recently introduced their latest editorial feature: What I Would Change About The Music Industry.
The first edition of this feature focuses on Pay to Play, and why it needs to end in the music industry. Check out the article here!
“This show was a lot of different things for us; our first time in Oregon, our first show in Oregon, our most flexible promoter (double booked the night, but moved things around so events happened,) and a reunion.”
“We want them to hear the narrative we wrote. It’s music we’re really proud of, with each song having its strengths, just like a story would. So we want that to come across.”
ShuffleBeat Music featured an interview with Vox Vocis, as well as an album review, just last week. They had nothing but nice things to say, including an extra incentive to buy the album ShuffleBeat Music happens to adore, “If you buy the album and send me proof, I’ll send you a thing of Oreos. Not joking. And who doesn’t love Oreos?”
Katie Garibaldi wrote a piece for Music Industry News that gives the five essentials for being an artist on tour. It always helps to learn from people who have first hand experience. Read all about it here!