We sit down with Max Fender to talk about the evolution of his band Alone At 3AM and their four albums: City Out of Luck, Cut Your Gills, Midwest Mess, and Show the Blood. Listen to the full interview below or on Spotify Alone At 3AM's full discography is available here!
In this installment we spoke with Terry Borchard of Music Millennium, the oldest record store in existence in the Pacific Northwest! 1. How long have you been in business? Music Millennium opened on the Ides of March, March 15th, 1969 2. Can you give me some background on the shop? Don & Laureen MacLeod were the original owners. They opened it to have a store in Portland you could find all the titles they wanted to buy but could not find in town. I started in a record store i
Words and interview by Lucy Hittle The music video for Paige Beller’s single “I’ll Be Better” (which shares its title with her latest album) begins with a shot of the Ohio-based musician at a piano playing a stripped-back melody that calls to mind a grungy dream of a carnival. Long hair falling across her cheek as she leans over the keys, we see Beller’s face for the first time as she sings, “I love you, please don’t go,” in a distorted, vulnerable wail; her lyrics are distin