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    Episode 134: David Cacciatore and Tom Losito (The Vaughns)

    Episode 134: David Cacciatore and Tom Losito (The Vaughns)

    For a band that comes out of New Jersey, The Vaughns have nearly perfected the upbeat indie sound that would fit in perfectly here on the California Pacific Coast. Having all known each other throughout their small town in the Garden State, members David Cacciatore, Anna Lies, Ryan Kenter, and Tom Losito inevitably came together, after years of knowing each other from school, jobs, and music, and started to play music in Ryan’s garage that would turn into the project we hear now. This is “50%”, one of the lead singles that comes from The Vaughns’ debut album, FOMO, which was released everywhere last Friday. Remarked in a press release by vocalist Anna Lies as an album that is “about the transition period between exiting college, and entering adulthood.” You can hear their growing pains throughout these eleven songs; not the growing pains as musicians, but as people entering the next stage of life, and genuinely trying to figure out how to navigate things.

    Just a few weeks ago, I spoke with David and Ryan about the making of the album, how the band came together, and what their debut album represents thematically.

    The Vaughns' debut album, FOMO, is available now. You can find out more info by visiting the following links:
    Website: www.thevaughns.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheVaughnsnj
    Twitter: @thevaughnsnj

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    • 30 Min.
    Episode 133: DGTL CLR

    Episode 133: DGTL CLR

    Within the last ten years, electronic music has fallen into somewhat of a bubble. It’s fallen into a bubble of misconception, that electronic musicians are only DJs, that they don’t write their own songs, that they don’t have any further aspirations except pressing a button and letting the track play. But within the last couple of years, that has started to shift. Artists have been bringing more and more physical gear on stage, with acts like deadmau5, Porter Robinson, Gryffin and many others trying to break this stigma. One artist in particular, Los Angeles’ DGTL CLR (real name Devereaux Jennings), could very well be among the likes of these artists. Taking inspiration from the sounds of 90s synth-wave music, pop, instrumental music, and the recent brand of electronic music that’s been dominating the airwaves these last several years, Jennings has been working to make a name for himself.

    The song featured is "Sandra", from DGTL CLR's newest release, Tetra, available now. You can follow DGTL CLR at the following links:

    Website: www.dgtlclr.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/dgtlclr
    Twitter: @DGTLCLR

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    • 28 Min.
    Episode 132: Ryan Meyers (Figure Eight)

    Episode 132: Ryan Meyers (Figure Eight)

    According to the Google description, Long Island, New York is “an expansive, densely populated island in southeastern New York State, stretching east from New York City.” A population of over seven million people inhabit Long Island, and yet Ryan Meyers, the brainchild behind alternative/emo rock act Figure Eight, stands out among them. So much so, that Ryan has returned for another chat with us. The last time we spoke with Meyers, Figure Eight was getting ready to release their EP, Forever, back in February 2017. Time has passed, the lineup has changed. Life has changed. And out of that change, Meyers has created “Any Given Flower”, Figure Eight’s debut album, a ten-track journey through the boundaries of human emotion. In the press release announcing the album, Meyers was quoted: “Any Given FLower is a collection of songs I wrote during a two year period of my life that deal a lot with the pain of loneliness, being young and struggling with identity and purpose.”
    Pulling influence from the 90s emo wave that brought bands like American Football, The Get Up Kids, and Basement to the forefront of the genre, Meyers brings forth music that evokes a genre that he grew up with, and it unquestionably shows throughout this record.
    For The Record chatted with Ryan about the making of Figure Eight’s debut album, the first single from that album, “Oyster Days”, and the way he believes his songwriting has progressed over the last couple of years.
    Any Given Flower, the debut album from Figure Eight, will be available on May 24th. To pre-order the album, visit figureeight.bandcamp.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/figureeightbandTwitter: @figureeightliInstagram: @figureeightliSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3Zf8i8fwLUtrut3atcrHHZ?si=cXkIAZRsRvOhozgq8vp1Bg
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    • 33 Min.
    Episode 131: Brent Mills (Greyhaven)

    Episode 131: Brent Mills (Greyhaven)

    Happy Saturday! This episode is going up super late, as it was recorded last year towards the end of November and never went up on time. It’s a lost episode, if you will. Jared spoke with Brent Mills of up-and-coming progressive rock act Greyhaven. Jared and Brent spoke a ton about the meaning behind the band’s new record, Empty Black, which is available now on Equal Vision Records! Sorry this one came so late! For more information and music from Greyhaven, you can visit their website at www.grayhavenband.com, like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/greyhavenband, and follow them on Twitter at @greyhavenband.SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ON iTUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/for-record-podcast-shameless/id1028876625?mt=2

    • 39 Min.
    Episode 130: Mae

    Episode 130: Mae

    WE’RE BAAAAAAAACK. A short explanation (albeit with a slight cold in my voice) is explained in the introduction to this podcast. Happy to say that we’re finally back and doing this podcast. A few weeks ago, I had the chance to speak with the guys’ in Mae before they headlined The Independent in San Francisco. This audio was used for an article (up now on the website), but here is the full audio from the conversation, which the guys were kind enough to allow me to use for a full podcast episode!

    Mae’s new album, multisensory aesthetic experience, is now available via Tooth & Nail Records. For more information on Mae, you can visit their website (www.whatismae.com), like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/mae), and follow them on Twitter (@maeband)

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    • 42 Min.
    Episode 129: Roc Tracy (Unwill)

    Episode 129: Roc Tracy (Unwill)

    We’re back after an extended break! Jared speaks with Roc Tracy, vocalist of alternative rock band Unwill, regarding their new album, “Can’t Kill Me” (available now).

    For more information on Unwill you can visit their website (www.unwillband.com), like them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/unwillband), and follow them on Twitter (@unwillband).

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    • 31 Min.

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