Skip to main content

Introducing... Beachwood Coyotes


Beachwood Coyotes are a very exciting up and coming band whom have displayed a phenomenal talent for versatility. Almost going as far as swapping genres with some of their songs. This is just an exceptionally obvious display of how talented these lads from LA really are. And as they are gaining momentum and their fan base is growing I recommend jumping on the bandwagon and listening to these guys before they hit it worldwide. I was lucky enough to ask lead singer Jason a lot of questions, and the ambiguity only adds to their allure. See the whole interview below:


Question. Firstly, What made you want to start making music?
Beachwood Coyotes: Nothing else gave me that feeling, so I kept chasing it. I'm still chasing it.

Q. What was it like getting into the studio for the first time?
BC: I was 13 the first time I was in a studio and it was scary

Q. Who were your biggest influences?
BC: Billy Joel was my first concert and he was my first influence.

Q. And where does the name, Beachwood Coyotes come from?
BC: An acid trip gone wrong. Oh... and a dead body.

Q. Your sound varies between songs, there really is something for everyone. Is that a conscious decision?
BC: We’re always discussing ways to improve or make progress with our sound but it’s a very natural progression.

Q. I think my favourite song by you guys is Cage, what's your favourite Beachwood Coyotes song?
BC: I’m glad you like Cage. My current favorite beachwood coyotes song is called “Settle Down” and it’s on our upcoming EP called Scrubby.

Q. What's the biggest hinderence whilst making music?
BC: Writers block. 100%

Q. If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be?
BC: Frank Ocean

Q. What music are you listening to most at the minute?
BC: Flower Boy by Tyler The Creator

Q. What's your recording process like, is it easy or is it very challenging?
BC: It’s very challenging, we put a lot or pressure on ourselves.

Q. And how often are you going in to the studio?
BC: We’re always in and out of the studio, it’s important to push yourself to write new music constantly. Writing is a muscle that you need to workout.

Q. What's your future plans for your music?
BC: Implanting our music via microchip into peoples ear canals. Gonna be syq.

Q. And finally, how would you describe your music?
BC: Abrasive, angsty, abnormal, ass



Follow Beachwood Coyotes on Twitter
Listen to Beachwood Coyotes on Soundcloud
Listen to Beachwood Coyotes on Spotify

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

TOP 50 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2017!

50. LCD Soundsystem - American Dream  LCD Soundsystem returned this year after a long time being split up, and it was the year of reunions with everyone seeming to put their differences aside and rake in their money with a big tour. However, LCD produced one of the stand out albums of the year, a side step from their previous projects and produced more anthemic songs. There's some real stand out tracks of the year on this album, it's just a shame about that Microsoft Paint cover.
49.The Mothers Earth Experiment - The Mothers Earth Experiment
I'm not the biggest fan of Prog Rock, but then again maybe I'm just not listening to the right stuff. However, TMEE fall into this genre and they've released one of my albums of the year. Whilst chatting to them about it as part of my 'Introducing...' series it was extremely interesting to hear about the making of the album, it's big influences and that strangely wonderful album cover. A must listen for Prog Rock fan…

Introducing... NAMES

NAMES are a band hailing from Wales, a music scene that appears to be bursting at the seams at the moment with phenomenal acts such as Boy Azooga, Estrons & We're No Heroes it's easy to see why a lot of labels are focusing their attention on that area. NAMES are different though, more sincere and genuine than a lot of musical acts out there with a voice to die for and the melodies to match. Their single "Limb By Limb" is an absolute cracker and I recommend checking it out immediately.

Question. Why did you call yourselves NAMES?
Ioan Hazell:
We always felt that Names had a refreshing sense of anonymity (it was also what we had written as the title of the list of potential band names.
Joey Robbins: The fact that it's such an unusual name, and the kind of mysterious vibe it carries appealed to us.

Q. Was there ever the thought process that it was never going to get you to the top of a google search?
IH:
Yeah, thats an unfortunate truth of it, it forces people to le…

Introducing... The Covasettes

The Covasettes first came to my attention a while back, their indie-tune 'This Feeling' grabbed me immediately and from that first listen I knew this band were something special. Coming from the land of music royalty, Manchester, it's in their DNA to build on the foundations of an already fantastic musical heritage. They've just released the latest banger to add to their discography 'Top Drawer' which is a clear sign that The Covasettes have found their sound and now they're hellbent on perfecting it! I was lucky enough to chat with lead singer, Chris Buxton, regarding their uprising, their Manchester roots and what is the ultimate plan for the band...

Question. Where did the name The Covasettes come from?
The Covasettes:
There are a fair few stories floating around as to how our name came to be, so we think we’ll leave it to the people to decide which story they believe, but we can safely say, that it came from the heart.

Q. What made you want to get into mus…