Artist Spotlight: Chris LaBella

People have been good at guitar before. People have been good at rapping before. People have also been good at singing and songwriting before, and producing. But how many people can claim to be good at all of these things? Madison, WI’s Chris LaBella can. After a hectic week in Austin networking for SXSW, I […]

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Artist Spotlight: Spencer Ludwig

Spencer Ludwig is the trumpeter of the indie pop band Capital Cities. The band was founded in Los Angeles in 2010, and they have been touring around the world incessantly for the past four years, performing for raucous sold out crowds at many of the biggest international music festivals on at least four different continents. But this article isn’t […]

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Artist Spotlight: Malia Grace

Malia Grace is a soul singer  and songwriter new to the Austin music scene. Though she’s been singing her entire life and writing music since age 13, she just recently started releasing her music. JamFeed was lucky enough to sit down with her last Wednesday at a Central Market in Austin to talk music and life. Malia […]

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‘Tuxedo’ Review: Mayer Hawthorne Dresses Up

We’re big fans of Ann Arbor, MI over here at JamFeed, which means we’re always on the lookout for the next Mayer Hawthorne project (same goes for Andrew W.K. Time for a comeback, Andy!). The Ann Arbor native, who began his music career as DJ Haircut of the hip-hop group Athletic Mic League, has been recording […]

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Artist Spotlight: Desert Noises

Desert Noises is a band from Provo, Utah, that has been impressively making their way into the music scene through tours and festivals in the past four years. We caught up and played some pool with members Kyle Henderson, Pat Boyer, Tyler Osmond, and Brennan Allen before their Thursday evening show at Austin’s Stubb’s BBQ. […]

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Artist Spotlight: ZEALE

View post on imgur.com ZEALE (pronounced Zeely), formerly known as ZEALE Rapz, is a really dope MC from Austin, TX. As I was preparing for my interview with him, one of the first questions I wrote down was this: “Why drop the ‘Rapz’ part from your moniker?” Then I actually listened to his latest EP, […]

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Zoogma & Earphunk: Touring for the Phunk of It

It’s widely known that the live concert experience is rapidly becoming the most suitable method for musicians to not only make money, but to connect with existing fans and to make new fans.  Consequently, new, on the rise artists are presented with increasingly better and more diverse opportunities to tour and perform live. The huge rise […]

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Highway to Hell: Live Blogging the 2015 Grammy Awards

JamFeed contributors Neal Kelley and Jonathan Sherman suffered through the Grammys last night so you didn’t have to! Read their live blog below. 8PM Neal Kelley: Oh shit. LL Cool J is hosting again?! This is going to be a long night…and twenty seconds in, he’s already yelling as AC/DC starts up. They’re undisputedly the […]

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Who Should Headline Super Bowl 50?

Katy Perry took the field on an animatronic lion last Sunday night for halftime of Super Bowl 49 (or Super Bowl XLIX for all of you who still think we need to honor Roman Numerals for some reason). If you like Katy Perry dancing with cartoon Nazi sharks, you were most likely pleased. If you like Lenny Kravitz […]

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Pop In Ya Grey Cassette: My Five Favorite DJ Screw Tapes

The first line of the first verse from “Knockin’ Doorz Down” off of Pimp C’s criminally underrated 2006 post-prison release, Pimpalation, reads: R.I.P. to Robert Davis he the king of the south, anything else said you need to shut yo’ fuckin’ mouth. I’m not here to speculate whether or not Pimp was throwing shade at T.I., […]

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