Foxy Shazam’s Eric Nally: “I’m Willing to Take a Risk for My Fans”

What you can expect from a Foxy Shazam concert? As the cliché goes, you can expect the unexpected. Packed with glam-laden, American rock and roll and wild flailing energy, especially from lead singer Eric Nally, the experience is unforgettable.

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Water Liars Reflects on American Rock and Making it in the USA

Indie rock act Water Liars’ vocalist, Justin Kinkel-Schuster told us that despite being from Arkansas himself and bandmate Andrew Bryant being from Mississippi, their rural roots have little to no influence on how they play their small town-sounding music in big cities. “It’s not a conscious thing,” he said on the subject, elaborating, “but when you grow up in a place like that… People have the same problems (as in a big city). Life is the same in a lot of ways, but different things can be a bit slower, you have a lot to reflect upon.”

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Sleeper Agent’s “Waves” Is About “Moving on from the Past”; Tony Smith Talks Evolution of the Band’s Sound

Sleeper Agent has the media totally awake and paying attention with dilated pupils since their sound was a little scuzzier and more punk. It’s gotten nods from Rolling Stone and Spin, being called out as “a band to watch” and “one of our favorite new bands” respectively.

Whether Sleeper Agent is pumping out quick-paced, punk-influenced songs on their older album Celabraison or opting for a deeper, more mature sound on their soon-to-be released About Last Night, these guys and gal have songs suitable for any mood. To get more insight on the evolution of their music and their upcoming show at Culture Room, we spoke with Tony Smith, one of the founders of the band, as well as guitarist and co-vocalist, with Alex Kandel.

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