Less Than Three (<3)

This past week, I had the opportunity to interview Jonathan Borgia, also known as Less Than Three (<3) and let me tell you, I had such a blast! If you are interested in not only good music, but reading an interview with an artist whose personality really shines through his writing, read on! From this interview, you can tell how excited and passionate he is about not only his music, but having the opportunity to tour as well! Being one of the youngest artists we’ve interviewed, I was very excited to get his input and views on the industry where so many people have given into temptation and gone down a different path. In this interview he not only discusses this topic, but he also talks about his future, the tremendous love he has for his fans, and of course, his music.

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Less Than Three (<3)

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Dusty Dee

COUNTRY/WESTERN

Linescratchers welcomes Allie Ruth, a new music interviewer and reviewer from Kentucky. Allie is an open-minded music fan with a degree in public relations and advertising. – Syphax

If you aren’t a fan of country, now would be a good time to get interested. I had the opportunity to interview Dusty Dee, country music artist from Alberta, Canada. What I found was a musician who has taken traditional country/western music and mixed it with modern country style to form unique, fun, and catchy music.

Dusty Dee talks about his songwriting process, growing up in rural Alberta, and what sets him apart from Nashville pop-country.

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Dusty Dee

The Neighbors

INDIE/POP

We’ve only seen the beginning of this band, mark my words.  With jumping, powerful melodies, strong beats, and a invigoratingly tight blend of vocals, The Neighbors proves conclusively that brother-sister songwriting duos aren’t all incredibly lame. Adam and Rachel Kaiser, both singers and both songwriters in Provo, UT, have been working on their first album, and the singles they’ve released give us enough reason to be impatient for more. Music critics nowadays generally lament that there’s nothing new under the sun, but The Neighbors seems to like pushing that envelope, if not by complete iconoclasm, then through eclectic and courageous synthesis. Nothing is held back, giving us all hope that there is more to say yet in Western pop music. The Neighbors graciously accepted some interview questions so we could get to know them a little better. If you’re interested in their tunes (and why wouldn’t you be?) be sure to vote for them (every day) at the battle of the bands mentioned at the end of the interview.  Highly recommended. Continue reading “The Neighbors”

The Neighbors