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Photo By: Don VanCleave


Initially from the small mountain town of Boone, North Carolina, Rainbow Kitten Surprise are a perfect example of how to create your own lane as an artist. We were lucky enough to get to speak with Jess Haney (drums, Rainbow Kitten Surprise) about the upcoming live album, it’s accompanying vinyl, the creative process behind putting together a dynamic setlist, and why this record deserves to be in your collection.

Dive right into the conversation below.

Invada Records UK Exclusive


"Gas Lit", the recent album from Divide and Dissolve has been out for just under a week now.

We were lucky enough to talk with Takaiya Reed (saxophone, guitar, live effects) over the phone about "Gas Lit", writing the album in seclusion, different books she was reading during the writing process, and more. 

Photo by: Luke Henery


Interview with Eliza Klatt on supporting artists during these times and their sophomore EP out now.

Photo by: Samer Ghani


An in-depth conversation with Social Caterpillar following the release of their impactful full length debut Start A Fire That Sings You A Song which is out now on Confluence Records. We dive into narratives of anarchy, connecting with inspiration despite living among loss, and the midwest DIY music scene.

Photo By: Lupe Bustos


Within the recently-revitalized sound of 80’s style pop, built upon bright guitars and keyboards, analog synths, and bouncy basslines, comes Wanderer’s debut album Songs For The Night. Released Friday, January 24th, the debut record by Adam Simons is his first full length LP.

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