November 11, 2019

Photo and Interview by Carly May
 

Indie band The Hunna are, for lack of a better word, ambitious. They’re good, they know they’re good, and they’re ready to take the world by storm with their special brand of “turn up rock.” Lucky for me, this ambition did not come with arrogance as I sat down with...

November 11, 2019

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Ben Havok has been a touring member of a variety of bands since 2012, but this year he’s finally going solo. His newest single, the cock rock throwback “IDWK,” and a couple others have helped him build an independent fanbase on top of the one he’s gained as a member of...

March 7, 2019

Photo by Bryan Kirks

FUTURE FEATS is one of those bands that’s always been doing their own thing. They made their mark on tour with The Kooks and Barns Courtney this past winter as the band that hangs out with fans after shows and stage dives to varying degrees of success (more on this later). So whe...

January 31, 2019

Fresh off a stellar run on Waterparks’ Entertainment Tour, alternative poet De’Wayne Jackson is inspired, invigorated, and ready to shake up the music scene in 2019. In addition to his newest release, “LET IT BANG” ( a hip hop banger loaded with important social commentary that we reviewed in full...

March 27, 2018

   

     After being taken on a journey with Stephen James’ album Optimum (you can read our review here), Us For Once got a chance at an exclusive interview with them. We want to tell you all about the members and the riveting music they create.

     When it comes to their origins, the...

March 4, 2018

     

A few weeks ago, Us For Once happened to cross paths with a young artist from the UK. Oliver Green, better known as Fever Days (the name of his solo project) absolutely stunned us with his trendy rock sound and multiple musical talents. We had the incredible opportunity to chat with h...

September 6, 2017

     There’s a few things everyone just expects from college. No matter where you go, every freshman starts out with the idea that secondary education is synonymous with partying, late nights, cramming for final exams, and of course, the quintessential College Dude™ playing acoustic guitar in t...

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