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Artist Interviews Colleen Green

SXSW veteran Colleen Green talked with Dylan Peterson before playing a solo set, and with The Memories, at Burgermania 2017 at Hotel Vegas. Colleen and Dylan talked about Adam Sandler movies, their first guitar riffs and CDs, quitting weed and growing up.

produced by Dylan Peterson (@_dylanclub_)

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Topics: austin, burger records, burgermania, colleen green, dylan peterson, hardly art, infinity cat, sxsw, the memories

Artist Interviews La Luz

Before their headlining show at the Empty Bottle, Hardly Art's La Luz sat down with CHIRP's Melanie Kruvelis. The band talked about developing their surf-noir sound, calling bullshit on the "all-girl band" label, and making people dance.

produced by Melanie Kruvelis (@internetmelanie)

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Topics: burger records, hardly art, la luz, melanie kruvelis