Gaming and music have much, much more in common than you’d think at face value. For one, many musicians on the road are killing time just by bringing their Nintendo Switch or other systems on long, overnight drives. Makes a lot of sense, of course.
One of the other things music + gaming have in common is artistic expression. It’s hard to not consider games like Super Mario 64 and Okami works of art, whether it’s the freedom of movement or graphic design that defines these games. It’s also not a surprise that video games are an important part of New Years Day guitarist’s Nikki Misery’s lifestyle. A profound importance on his childhood, the popular rock band have certainly been around the block in their history, and Nikki joined us for our new feature, The Video Games That Shaped Me. It’s our brand new feature where we bring in a musicians, athlete, or other prominent figure to discuss a handful of the games that have shaped their lives. If you’d like to be featured on an upcoming edition of this column, drop us a line!
Recently our photojournalist Savannah Rowley had the privilege to attend and photograph WJRR’S 101.1 Not So Silent Night event at Orlando’s Amway Center featuring female-fronted music acts Halestorm, In This Moment and New Years Day. A night full of emotion, heavy rock, and a night to be remembered as each band commanded the stage making all eyes appear on them.
Recently our photojournalist Savannah Rowley attended the Orlando date of The Witching Hour Tour, featuring In This Moment, P.O.D, New Year’s Day and DED. The show was packed full of people ready to rock out and enjoy an amazing theatrical … Continue reading →
California metal band Otep is hitting the road this September and bring along supporting bands Stolen Babies and New Years Day. They will be starting their tour in Fresno, California on Sept. 20th and ending in West Hollywood, California on Nov. 9th. Don’t forget to mark your calenders and get ready for one of the best tours of 2013.