Tag: Music Issue 6

BAND JJAMZ CHATS WITH UNTITLED IN AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“Out on the town, dissatisfied with our situation, karaoke selection, and skirt-chasing success—or lack thereof—we decided in a flash that we had all the makings of a band, and (thank god for Alex's vowel) we had all the letters to make some semblance of a word,” Vocalist Z Berg tells The Untitled Magazine about the…

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THE JOY FORMIDABLE TALK MUSIC, FUN AND POIGNANCY – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

The Joy Formidable's philosophy toward music is as layered as their distorted string and choral arrangements, stating, “We love how fun and poignancy collide…We love to dance and have a leaning to melancholia.” The band was founded by vocalist Ritzy Bryan and her childhood best friend, bassist Rhydian Dafydd. The two met in their hometown of…

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DYNAMIC DUO MS MR ON CREATING INDEFINABLE MUSIC – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“We're sort of interested in whatever box you think we fit in, but ultimately we see ourselves as pop artists,” says Lizzy, of the elusive duo MS MR, on the many genres that have been used to describe their music – including "glitch pop" and "chill wave." “Those are labels we mockingly created when we…

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IO ECHO ON THEIR FAR EAST SOUND AND GETTING INSPIRED BY ROMANCE – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Despite seemingly opposing tastes, Los Angeles-based pop duo, Io Echo, otherwise known as Ioanna Gika and Leopold Ross, consider themselves musical soul mates. "I love Enya, Yanni, Vangelis, Enigma, and other New Age artists,” says Ioanna Gika. “Prince, Nirvana, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Neil Young, The Cure, Aphex Twin,” chimes in Leopold Ross. Together they produce…

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THE 1975’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

The 1975: Photography by Sylvain Deleu for The Untitled Magazine The 1975 sat down with The Untitled Magazine for an exclusive interview for The Music Issue 6. If you're unfamiliar with the band, know that their sound is a mash-up of anything from alt rock to '90s R&B, and their lyrics integrate their fascination with sex, love,…

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IMOGEN HEAP RELEASES FOURTH STUDIO ALBUM “SPARKS”

Award-winning recording artist, Imogen Heap, released her highly-anticipated fourth studio album, Sparks, through RCA Records on July 22nd. The Untitled Magazine featured Imogen in our Music Issue 6, where she told us "I’ve always wanted to take my music as far as I can." In doing so, her new album incorporates her fanbase, as the singer put together a live stream…

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SONGSTRESS JEWEL OPENS UP TO THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE – EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

“I wrote 'Who Will Save Your Soul' when I was sixteen because I wanted to hitchhike through Mexico for Spring Break.” And with that, legendary singer and poet Jewel created what would become the seminal track for one of the best-selling debut albums of all time: 1995’s fifteen-time platinum Pieces Of You. Jewel’s back-story is…

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BIG SEAN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

“I don't know what it is about it that I love. I don't know why the sky is blue. I don't know why the grass is green. It just is,” Big Sean says, regarding the inexplicability of what he loves about music. The rising star began rapping by the age of 12, after a neighborhood…

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TAYLOR MOMSEN’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

“Most of the time, everything's going horribly wrong. So to have a show where everything runs smoothly, that's awesome. I expect the worst, and if everything goes better than the worst, then you're psyched. It's rock n' roll man, you never know what to expect from the crowd, the sound, anything,” When talking to the…

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T MILLS’ INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

“I had a credit card, and it said Travis T. Mills on it.  I was trying to think of a name regarding my MySpace page, and my friend said, ‘Dude, T. Mills. It’s super easy.’ And it’s my real name. Not like Lil' Travis or anything crazy.” And that’s the story of how 23-year-old Travis…

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KREAYSHAWN’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

Kreayshawn, the 23-year-old Oakland-born rapper, video director and founding member of controversial White Girl Mob, says her favorite designer is Goodwill and listens to 'N Sync when she’s having an emotional breakdown – which she says happens frequently. Following in the footsteps of her mother, who was in a girls’ surf punk band, she started…

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PATRICK MCMULLAN: THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE MUSIC ISSUE 6 LAUNCH PARTY

Patrick McMullan.com photographed The Untitled Magazine's Music Issue 6 Launch Party. See the coverage & event photos. See more: at http://www.patrickmcmullan.com/site/event_detail.aspx?eid=44076 Buy this issue from The Untitled Magazine's Store: http://untitled-magazine.com/store/product-category/print/

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CARMEN ELECTRA’S EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

Long before she was the Baywatch vixen and MTV personality that we know today, Carmen Electra was Tara Leigh Patrick, the small-town girl from Ohio whose singing chops caught the ear of rock demigod Prince, who, incidentally, was the one who suggested she change her name. “We decided Carmen Electra was gonna be it. I…

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PURITY RING’S INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

Purity Ring formed in 2010 although it wasn’t until they released their first album, Shrines, that they made their mark on the music world. Within months of the album’s release they had become indie rock royalty, with Shrines widely recognized as one of the best albums of 2012. The Canadian duo, Megan James and Corin…

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NATALIA KILLS’ EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH THE UNTITLED MAGAZINE

"I was living in a run-down motel in Hollywood for about a year and a half, trying to turn my writing into something. I had no money, but I used to go into this boutique that sold rare designer sunglasses and just try things on that I couldn't afford. This man walked in and said,…

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THE ART OF GAGA

Those of us who dismissed Lady Gaga as a mere one-hit wonder in 2008 should all be wearing sackcloth and ashes now. Five years after the release of her scintillating first single, “Just Dance”, the venerable Miss Gaga has proved herself to be one of the most creative, intriguing and supremely unique stars of the 21st…

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