Charade is a California band, but the feeling they represent is found in boxing rings, race car tracks, and blackjack tables coast-to-coast. The rush knowing you’re risking it all and the comfort knowing there’s no place you would rather be. Digital Future had a conversation with Brian “Wildcat” McGee about the band’s future two song… Read More “It’s A Charade!”
Back in March, I started an email interview with Tobby Davilmar that was quickly lost in my inbox after responses started to pile on from eager writers. I stumbled across the old questions and reread them. I didn’t feel as connected with them as I did when I was writing them due to them just… Read More “Just shut up and listen” – an interview with Tobby Davilmar
Time is the ultimate luxury. An abundance of time makes for endless possibilities. A lack of time is do or die. For Memory Screen, time is being used to its full potential. The new 4 piece featuring members of Abuse of Power and Slow Fire Pistol is not letting the monster that is Covid-19 slow… Read More Memory Screen – “Minimal Effort, Maximum Thought”
Released March 18th, 2019 this was a combined effort from Ethan, Jalen and myself. Ethan and Jalen worked on the first issue together and then brought me on to do the layout of this issue. This was the first zine I was ever apart of and I’m still very pleased with how it turned out.… Read More There Is A Difference #2
I have been following the growth of Big Cheese since their 2016 Sports Day demo, which appeared to me quite different at the time it came out. That kind of late 80s NYHC-influenced sound in the vein of Best Wishes/Alpha Omega-era Cro-Mags or The Icemen, with thrash metal guitar solos, was not what I considered… Read More Meg and Tom of Big Cheese talk about Punishment Park
A multimedia artist hailing from Sarasota, Florida, Branden grapples with the ideas of civilization, identity, and vulgarity through abstract collages. With influences ranging from Goya to Ray Johnson, this is no hotel room art. My favorite take-away from Branden’s work is the primal feeling he creates within each of his pieces, a characteristic that is… Read More Has the Salt of the Earth Lost Its Savour?
Hailing from the sunny state of Florida, Corey Heaven is offering a sincere return to his roots. Give the Kid A Smoke is the debut solo record from Corey that evokes nostalgia for a simpler time. Incorporating classic rock licks and catchy, sometimes very personal, and introspective lyrics, I immediately felt a sense of connectedness… Read More Corey Heaven Wants You to Feel
Mastering the art of a captivating opening track is no small task. The stakes are high; the first 30 seconds of an album must be engaging and compelling enough to convince the listener to continue listening. Most of my daily musical intake revolves around a perpetual fear of missing out on something great, so I… Read More Choose Your World or You’ll End Up Living in Theirs – An interview with Michael Ralston of The Materialistics
Hello all! This week I wanted to share a little piece of Andrew Huff with you. He’s a Pisces, he’s a gentle and loving soul, he’s extremely talented, and his brain is probably the size of yours times twenty. Enjoy!
This was an interview originally intended for a hardcore zine I was working on called “Yeah… But Still” I can’t remember when we did the actual interview but we did it over Facetime late at night. It was around 120 minutes of us talking but it was a good exchange. Here is the interview in… Read More An Interview With Ryan From One Step Closer