Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: Machine Girl

By Josh Pettis, Staff Writer Photo by Joey Medlen Q&A with Machine Girl (Matt Stephenson) and Sean Kelly post-Lobsterfest over hashbrowns, coffee and other 2 a.m. breakfast foods. As a fan of some of your earlier works like Gemini and Jet Set Radio Remixes 1, I was really curious what it feels like to move…

Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: Kali Dreamer

By Emily DiAlbert, Editorial Director Photo by Joey Medlen Q&A with Kali Dreamer, Columbus-based rapper, guitarist, gamer and anime enthusiast. Tell me about Kali Dreamer’s origin. What inspired you to start releasing music? Kali: Music is something that I’ve always been inspired by, but I didn’t really start taking music seriously until I took up…

Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: galen tipton

By Kiah Easton, Columns Editor Photo by Joey Medlen  Q&A with galen tipton, Columbus electronic dance and experimental artist.  Can you tell me about your upcoming project on Orange Milk? galen: I’ve been working on this project for almost three years now alongside other things I have already put out. This project has kind of…

Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: DANA

By Kayla Chanthavong, Contributor Photo by Tristan Weary, Contributor  Q&A with vocalist and thereminist Madeline Jackson and guitarist Chris Lute of DANA. Is this your first Lobsterfest? Chris: Well, I’ve played it with other bands here. I also used to go to school here, like 10 years ago. But it is DANA’s first Lobsterfest! What…

Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: Lung

By Maria Lubanovic, Copy Editor Photo by Harley Wince, Visual Media Director Q&A with Cincinnati’s Lung with Kate Wakefield on electric cello and vocals and Daisy Caplan on drums. How was playing Lobsterfest? Kate: It was awesome. We had a lot of fun. Daisy: A blast is a good word. Have you played here in Athens…

Lobsterfest 2019 Q&A: Burger Big

By Kayla Chanthavong, Contributor Photo by Harley Wince, Visual Media Director Q&A with guitarist Carter Hickman, drummer Cobi Powell and bassist Gabe Dooley of Burger Big. What are your goals with Burger Big? Carter: Well, Cobi and I will be in Columbus next year, and Gabe will be here, so we’re not sure. Cobi: Well,…

Q&A: Machine Girl

By Kiah Easton, Staff Writer [Photo Courtesy of Machine Girl] After only a week off from their mini-tour in Mexico, Machine Girl is back on the road promoting their most ambitious album yet. The Ugly Art combines elements of several genres including house, breakbeat and punk, creating a futuristic, apocalyptic, ear-rupturing experience. After seeing the…

Lobsterfest 2018 Q&A: JPEGMAFIA

By Devon Hannan, Editorial Director Photo by Harley Wince, Visual Media Director Experimental rapper and producer, JPEGMAFIA, seems like he came out of nowhere. After a considerable amount of positive reception on his latest full-length album, Veteran, JPEGMAFIA is quickly grabbing everyone’s undivided attention. Peggy’s composition on Veteran is simply out of this world, being…

Lobsterfest 2017 Q&A: Bat House

By Eli Shively, General Manager A group of four friends that met during their time attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Bat House have spent a lot of time honing their craft. Though they like to remain humble about their wealth of instrumental talent, their self-released,…

An Evening With Milo

By Eli Schoop, Copy Editor Usually, before a show, there’s some mild preparation: Freshen up, put on a clean fit, eat and drink, a reliable cycle before getting lit with friends. My preparation before Lobsterfest was hanging out with the headliner, one Milo from Milwaukee, aka Rory Ferreira. It’s a pretty cool sight when an…