Mary is a photography student at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Incredible photographer. Check out her flickr
He’s 17 and lives in Chicago. Check out more of his work here
Tremble interviewed Junip (frontman Jose Gonzales) recently before their performance at Lincoln Hall here in Chicago. Find out what they have to say about their recording style and more.
Yeah, they played really catchy, melancholy pop songs. Yeah, they showed a lot of maturity in their song writing. Yeah, they had a very strong drummer and guitarist and their vocalist could actually sing. All of this is true, but who really cares? These guys look fantastic.
I could spend all morning making up bullshit about how I think these guys probably all have really varied musical interests but all share an affinity for simple indie pop (a la Rosebuds etc.) I could also irritate the band by blindly espousing that their songs sound a lot like all the best parts of lots of classic rock and roll like Tom Petty, but when you get right down to it, I’m just some jerk from Georgia who likes to listen to music that I think is good.
You should listen to Lionlimb, because I think they’re good.
They have a very cool blog here.
Buy “Lacerations 7 inch” here.
Listen: Lionlimb – What I Take
Tremble and Earphoria got together and interviewed the Swedish sister super group First Aid Kit at Viktoria’s Closet in Chicago before their performance at Lincoln Hall this week. They sang us some covers and a few of their own songs acappella. Check back soon because we will be uploading more videos from this interview.
We shot this video yesterday at the lovely home of our dear friends David and Aga. Ferraby sang us a few songs after our interview, including this one. So definitely check back soon for more video. I highly recommend you buy Ferraby Lionheart’s new album “The Jack Of Hearts“, which has been on repeat here at the Tremble house for the past 24 hours.