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Sounds from the Keep | Ian Salazar

This week on Sounds from the Keep, Ian Salazar sat down to talk with us about his multiple projects, how he got his start in sound engineering, and the appeal of living in New York City.

By: Brittany Griffiths

photo by Cal Quinn

Q&A | Jordan Cain

[February]
This month at Crowd Control, the monthly open mic on the rooftop of Sundown at Granada, spotlight artist Jordan Cain took the time to sit down and answer a few questions for us about what it's like to be a performing musician in DFW.

photo courtesy Famous Exchange

Q&A | Famous Exchange

[January]
This month at Crowd Control, the monthly open mic on the rooftop of Sundown at Granada, spotlight artist Famous Exchange took the time to sit down and answer a few questions for us about what it's like to be performing musicians in DFW.

 

Sounds from the Keep | Brody Price

This week on Sounds from the Keep, Brody Price sat down to talk with us about the Travis picking style, how the element of space is incorporated into writing, and his new album, What’s the Point in Trying.

By: Brittany Griffiths

photo by Bruno Cervera (CCO Unsplash)

From Denton to Austin

Former Dentonite, Chase Spruiell, discusses his experience as a musician living in both Denton and Austin, namely the differences and similarities he’s observed in each music community.

By: Chase Spruiell

Sounds from the Keep | HONIN

This week on Sounds from the Keep, Carleigh Reese aka HONIN sat down to talk with us about the effects of social media, maintaining authenticity as an artist, and her upcoming EP slated for release next year.

By: Brittany Griffiths