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I got to chat with the awesome LOVE DISTRICT from San Jose, California. Here's the link to the original article.       BANDS INTERVIEWING BANDS: Love District & Ricky Mendoza BY ANGELA MASTROGIACOMO WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2021 Alex from the rock group Love District and singer-songwriter Ricky Mendoza got together to chat about musical influences, how the pandemic affected their music, and what is coming up next for them. Ricky: I really love your music! I love the way the bass protrudes and how

Wow, the grand folks from Radioactive Magazine in Germany listened to The New Hurt and wrote a review. According to google translate, here's an excerpt: Over the course of 11 amazing songs, “ The New Hurt ” makes you push forward, even in times of agony and pain, and that also includes the relentlessly open and energetic opener of the album “ Move ”. This is about the reluctance that we feel when we are afraid to

Thanks to VENTS Magazine for the interview! Original source: https://ventsmagazine.com/2021/06/22/interview-austins-folk-punk-storyteller-ricky-mendoza/   INTERVIEW: Austin’s Folk-Punk Storyteller Ricky Mendoza INTERVIEW: Austin’s Folk-Punk Storyteller Ricky Mendoza Written by RJ Frometa   Stream “Lauve” on Spotify Hi Ricky, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? I’ve been doing amazing. Woke up today healthy and alive and insanely grateful for the day and to share my energy with you. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Lauve”? Absolutely! It’s been 5 years since my last release and Lauve is the

I'm making my THIRD album (now that I'm in quarantine) and this is the first in a series of videos to show the process of how I actually make an album. NOW, I'm not a sound recording expert and but recording songs is a LOT of fun because you get to sculpt the sound and make it the way you'd want. As for gear: Microphone: Shure MV51 and MV88+ Software: Beatmaker 3 (to record) and