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Speaking Out: Sun Club At The Berkley Hotel

Last Saturday the Annapolis, MD-based Psych-Pop collective that is Sun Club made its first return trip to Asbury Park since the band’s inaugural performance at SIMGE’s showcase at The Saint this past August. The Berkley Hotel’s Dauphin Grille played host to [...]

April 26, 2013 Features, Interviews

Speaking Out: Jeff Cafone & Mark Masefield Of Pretty War (Formerly Outside The Box)

This past Friday evening Outside The Box packed The Saint for what was billed as the lauded Jersey Shore outfit’s final performance.  What ensued was the group’s “final” performance, as the former Stone Pony house band unveiled its new identity as [...]

April 24, 2013 Features, Interviews

Less Than 10 Questions With Nicole Yun of Eternal Summers

Eternal Summers began as a musical experiment founded by Nicole Yun and Daniel Cundiff in Roanoke, Virginia. The duo never intended to be a full-time band. After producing two full-length albums and adding bass player Jonathan Woods, though, Eternal Summers [...]

April 24, 2013 Cool Dad Music, Features, Interviews

Speaking Out: Jay Sakong Of Owel At Asbury Lanes

This past weekend SIMGE ventured to Asbury Lanes to experience an amalgamation of takes on the Atmospheric-Rock genre featuring performances by such Garden State favorites as Athletics, Gates, Vasudeva, the recently reformed Penfold, and the Jersey City based Owel (formerly known [...]

April 23, 2013 Features, Interviews
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SIMGE On The Scene With: Bern & The Brights At The Wonder Bar

On Saturday SIMGE and The Wonder Bar played host to Cheers Elephant and tapped such area outfits as Thee Idea Men, The Antics, and Montclair’s own Bern & The Brights to support the touring outfit.  SIMGE’s Chris Rotolo caught up with [...]

April 16, 2013 Features, Interviews

Interview: Graviteer Sets Its Sights On Something Greater

In the music industry, it’s not uncommon for a band to change it’s name. More often than not, it’s usually bands finding little success that are the ones to do it. However, every now and then, a band will change [...]

March 14, 2013 Features, Interviews

Interview: The Everymen’s Mike V Tells Us How He Really Feels

One thing Mike V of The Everymen doesn’t do is pull his punches. That shouldn’t be surprising. The Everymen are a good, old, no nonsense, New Jersey rock and roll band. They bring a passion to their live shows that [...]

March 11, 2013 Cool Dad Music, Features, Interviews
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Less Than 10 Questions With Erika Simonian Of Little Silver

Erika Simonian, like me, grew up in Little Silver, NJ.  We’re both products of the fine, suburban Little Silver School system; and we both graduated, just two years apart, from Red Bank Regional High School.  I eventually came back to [...]

March 6, 2013 Cool Dad Music, Features, Interviews

6 Questions With Angie Sugrim (The Obvious) About V-Day.org And Punks For Progress

  On Valentines Day, SIMGE reported upon a musical compilation to raise funds for V-Day.org and awareness about the abuse of women’s rights titled Punks For Progress. This movement to end violence against women of all cultures and demographics is the [...]

February 26, 2013 Features, Interviews

6 Questions With Brick+Mortar, Headlining Asbury Lanes On Saturday With Kid Is Qual, Schoolly D, Teeel

While en route to the City Of Brotherly Love on Wednesday night for a mini festival of sorts with Ruby The Hatchet and more, Brandon Asraf and John Tacon of Asbury Park’s own Brick+Mortar were gracious enough to risk their [...]

February 15, 2013 Features, Interviews