Story by Jesse Shire. Photo by Will Geier. For most people, myself included, attending a music festival is an opportunity to remove yourself from everyday routine while being surrounded by friends and colleagues in a setting that allows for formality and pretense to erode, especially considering the presence of beer gardens, warm weather, and tens of thousands of other music lovers.
Interview by Kendall Bistretzan. On Monday, July 9, Koi will be hosting their sixth monthly Female Songwriter Circle featuring Kayla Williams, Jess Smith and Amelie Patterson. Local Drop reporter Kendall Bistretzan caught up with the artists to discuss their style as musicians, experiences in the city and plans for the future.
Story and photos by Sara Kuefler. You know you are in for an enjoyable listening experience when you put on an album and the first song is a romantically toned ode to a motorhome, in which the line “you’re my little death machine” is featured, as in “Lady Pistol.” Not a lyric that the mothers of the band members were particular fans of.