Category: Interviews

All ATX Supports Local Musicians through Benefit Concert

On October 29, local musician-focused nonprofit, All ATX, held their annual benefit concert at Auditorium Shores to help Austin continue its vibrant legacy as one of the best cities for musicians. All ATX began about five years ago with real estate giant, Gary Keller, of Keller Williams Realty. Keller realized that he was benefitting from […]

The Bishops Take Over Their First ACL Fest

ACL Festival 2017 was a special one for The Bishops. Growing up in Austin, they had all attended many years of the festival as fans, but this time they all got to experience the festival as artists for the first time.  They even had their mom up their with them supporting from backstage as her […]

Rawhide Events Center

Goldrush Festival Founder Talks Wild West Party

With the inaugural Goldrush Music Festival on the horizon, we were lucky enough to sit at the saloon and chat with festival founder Thomas Turner to talks growth, his most anticipated artist at this year’s festival and what the future holds for Relentless Beats as Phoenix’s biggest concert promoter. NOTE: In case you missed it, […]

Main-Art-Large-Banner-IMF2017

Imagine Music Festival: Independent, Adventurous & Genuine

We got the chance to speak with the founders of Imagine Music Festival in Atlanta, Madeleine and Glenn Goodhand, about the festival’s roots, growth & challenges, the future, their favorite IMF moments and even their favorite artists on this year’s lineup.  The electronic/funk camping music & arts festival is one of the few gems of […]

Behind the Stage with Magna Carda at Euphoria Fest 2017 (Interview)

Magna Carda has steadily become one of Austin’s hottest hip-hop acts. They proved it again at their first Euphoria Fest set on Day 1. They started at 5pm on a beautiful Friday afternoon at the Dragonfly Amphitheater Stage and left fans feeling grateful that Euphoria had expanded its lineup into more hip-hop. Megz and Dougie […]

Oliver Heldens at Euphoria Fest 2017 (Interview)

I first saw Oliver Heldens at Lollapalooza this summer in Chicago, IL. A good friend of mine had turned me onto his music a few months before and mentioned that I needed to see him live. Oliver’s live show is as good as it gets for dance music. The Dutch DJ always has a smile […]

Interview With Yael Meyer

If you’re looking for happy, uplifting, joy-filled tunes to carry you through all the madness in the world, look no further: Yael Meyer delivers just that. Derived from the Santiago, Chile, Meyer has been playing music since the age of 6. She left her home country to continue pursuing her passion for music at Berklee […]

JamFeed Catches Up With The Motet at Euphoria Festival About Delving Deeper Into the Funk, Changes in the Music Industry & More

The Motet are no strangers to change. The next-level funk outfit has gone through countless lineup changes and sonic evolutions since drummer and bandleader Dave Watts founded the group in 1998. Most recently, they parted ways with longtime lead vocalist Jans Ingber this past December, and have added two new members: Lyle Divinsky on lead vocals and Drew […]