The December 2013 episode of Lamplighter News, featuring an interview with Buddy Nielson of Senses Fail.
Mike King interviews Senses Fail lead vocalist Buddy Nielson.
With GNGR under the wing of The Project Matters, it will be a short time before they’re playing all over the state. Lamplighter’s photographer Brandon Schwartz caught them performing at Mexicali Live in October.
Music Editor Mike King introduces and explains Lamplighter News and Lamplighter Charts via our all-new video format.
For many, The Early November’s first full-length album,The Room’s Too Cold, was an important record during the formational years of their musical tastes, and thus, the upcoming tour celebrating that record’s tenth anniversary is equally as important.
Jersey John & the PHAT Man return to Lamplighter as comedic dark horses with a wildly irreverent NJ edition of their podcast Two Guys One Mic. Featuring music from Joe Mifsud.
Despite falling in line with much of modern pop music’s lyrical shortcomings, Ruby Roses latest EP, Under the Sunlight, is an undeniably catchy pop rock record, worthy of more than a few guilty listens.
Charlotte Sometime’s fourth and latest album, Circus Head, is an exceptional collection of indie pop songwriting from an artist with the musical merit to back up all of the record’s digital fluff.
Seventeen-year-old rapper Dillon Carmichael, operating under the stage name Duo, has released Empathy, an honest hip-hop concept album for those who neither want to think too little nor too much.
Covering NJ’s music scene has been a staple for Lamplighter since the beginning, and we love that the scene is …