The Bronze Age is a blow-your-speakers-out rock band based out of Raleigh, N.C. that launched two years ago. Their music is a powerful blend of rock-genre elements that’s driven by their heart and soul. At their core, The Bronze Age are “people-people” who seek to truly connect with their audiences.
Following the release of their latest single, “Don’t Worry, It’ll Only Hurt For A Second” in September, the band is gearing up to record their debut album in November.
On Saturday, we reached out to Jesse and Austin to learn more about their debut album and U.S. tour in 2020.
Pop artist Cassidy King explores what it means to “fake it ’till you make it” when everything’s far from picture perfect in her latest, empowering single, “Professional Smiler.”
Recently, we spoke to King via telephone to learn more about what it means to be a “Professional Smiler.” We also got a behind the scenes glimpse into the music video for the track and learned more about the vibrant, refreshingly honest, delightfully candid singer.
Water was found in Kilauea, the most active volcano on the island of Hawai’i, on July 25, according to US Geological Survey (USGS)’s most recent report.
Recently, we reached out to Janet Babb and Dr. Carolyn Parcheta, experts with the USGS, via email to learn more about these findings and what they could mean for Kilauea, the island of Hawaii, and its residents.
Dodles is an animation app available on iOS and Android for students, artists, and graphic designer’s alike. Upon its release, it’ll revolutionizing the animation industry with it’s cutting-edge tools, a marketplace, and social platform where artists can connect over their creations.
Recently, we spoke to Craig Doriot, the CEO and founder of Dodles via telephone to learn more about the current Beta and future of the app.