There is this feeling that we all have felt at least once in our life. It is that feeling of absolute bliss. …
Seahaven stopped in Boise, ID on their tour with Touche Amore, mewithoutYou and Drug Church. We had the privilege of being able to sit down with Kyle and Michael to ask them about their new album, Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only, bands from high school and their first performance as Seahaven together.
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As a long time fan of the emo-revival band, Citizen, I was absolutely ecstatic to get a change to interview the band on their tour with Polar Bear Club. The tour stopped in Boise at The Shredder with Diamond Youth and Sainthood Reps.
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Through realms of genres, tastes and preferences, varying types of music inspire an array of individuals. There are some artists however that can transcend preference, invoking a positive response in even some of the most musically partisan of people. Julianna Barwick brings an eerie and majestic beauty to her style, seducing the soul with cathedral-esque loops and layers to her songs. She is on her way to Boise. …Read More →
I originally heard about Mad Dukez and Fresh Kils last year when they opened for Blueprint on his Bend But Don’t Break tour and they blew me away. I had heard about them in passing but seeing their live show made all of the difference. Hip hop through and through, they had no problem getting the crowd moving and hyped and prepared for Blueprint to take stage which is sometimes hard to do for hip hop shows at the Shredder.
The venue usually puts on metal shows, is covered in old metal show flyers, headless mannequins, odd dolls, a half pipe and is located in a back corner of 10th street just far enough from downtown for it to be difficult to find.
When I heard they were coming back this way, I jumped at the chance to talk with them about their new project Gettin Gatsby, heres what they had to say.
Welcome back to Boise guys! The first show was a lot of fun.
Kils- Thanks for having us. We had a total blast here. It was really funny. We pulled up before the sound guy got here and it had this middle of nowhere vibe when we pulled up because its kind of an off street. Were like, this cant be the right place right? And then I was like, its called the Shredder, okay its called the Shredder, thats so Teenage Ninja Turtles but it cant be. Then I come in and theres a fuckin half pipe and shit and I’m like its the Shredder. Its way cool man.
OM- Last year was you guys’ first tour together?
Kils- Not only was it our first tour together it was like our third time together. Period. It was actually the third time we’d hung out, and we had an EP and were on the road with Blueprint.Read More →