Surfing Before Sunrise: Talking Travel, Inspiration and Rainy Days with Irish Producer/Songwriter Talos

Maybe its obvious to say, but its easy to forget how important a role geography plays in our perspective. Far Out Dust—the latest album from Irish producer-songwriter Talos—finds Eion French taking stock in his life and motivations as he traversed from his native Ireland, to such far of locales as Los Angeles, Iceland and New York […]

The Great Equalizer: Run River North on Recording, Self-Assurance and this Strange Thing Called the Internet

By condensing from a sextet to a trio, Los Angeles’ Run River North has streamlined their indie folk sound, offering a sharper and more direct version of the band, as heard in their latest singles, “40g,” “Rearview” and “Hands Up.” Their new approach both widens the scope of their sound, adding synthpop and stadium rock influences, […]

Still Fresh Enough: William Fitzsimmons Plays Union Stage This Month

William Fitzsimmons is known for quiet melodies, introspective lyrics and engrossing emotional narratives. Celebrating the release of his latest album, Mission Bell, Fitzsimmons is touring the North America, with a scheduled stop at Union Stage on 3/27! Scoop your tickets now before its too late. We caught up with the Pittsburgh-native singer-songwriter while he was on tour, […]

Everyone That Supports Me: Choker Plays Union Stage This March

This Spring at Union Stage, we’re hosting a ton of exciting up-and-coming acts. One such performer – Choker – is working hard to bring experimental instrumentation and emotional crescendos to his dream pop / rnb post-Frank Ocean sound. Out now on a full US tour, Choker will be coming out east following his last week at […]