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Rob Clark

Rob Clark has been writing for Anchor Music News since February 2014. He has a passion for music that started as a child. Both of his parents love for music was passed down to him. He is currently a Social Worker that constantly witnesses the power of music by playing an acoustic guitar to his clients. His goal is to awaken people to new music through writing and interviewing bands. You can follow him on Facebook. He takes submissions personally robclark333 [at] gmail [dot] com if you’d like to reach out to him directly to review new music.
Rob Clark has written 144 posts for Anchor Music News

Alex Di Leo Interview

Alex Di Leo is a solo artist that you need to listen to. His new album “So We Go” comes out on Friday. Immediately, I was hooked by his infectious voice. In this interview, we talk about his musical influences, the new EP, and much more. Rob: When did you start playing music? Alex: I … Continue reading

Dan Layus “Dangerous Things”

I had the privilege of interviewing Dan Layus. Dan, as fans may recognize, was the lead singer of Augustana before they disbanded. With over ten years in the music industry Dan has seen many changes. His new album “Dangerous Things” is one of my favorites. It combines the best of Country and Folk. I enjoyed … Continue reading

7 Minutes in Heaven 2017 Breakout Band

I recently attended a concert by 7 Minutes from Heaven at Walter’s Downtown on October 21, 2016 in Houston. This is an approachable band which allows fans to hang out with them prior to the concert. They believe in creating relationships as well as a unique sound. From the start I heard their infectious catchy … Continue reading

We Outspoken Interview

I had the opportunity to interview Anthony, vocals and guitar, with We Outspoken. We Outspoken is a Pop Punk band from Toronto. In this interview, we talk about their influences and new music.  Rob: Who is We Outspoken? Anthony: We are Anthony (vocals/guitar), Alex (drums), Joe (guitar/vocals) and Chris (bass) Rob: How did the band … Continue reading

Everyone Dies in Utah’s Epic Comeback

Everyone Dies in Utah’s new album is one of the best records I have heard in 2016. This album provides the best of Post Hardcore with a unique twist of their own. Each song builds on each other. The vocals are the perfect balance of singing and screaming. The instrumentation blends well with vocals and … Continue reading

Actual Villains Transcendent Music

I had the opportunity to interview Andrew Deneef, who provides vocals and guitars, to Actual Villains. In this interview, we talk about his musical journey and their new music. Rob: What bands inspired you to play music? Andrew: JJ and I both grew up in the 90’s with great pop punk bands like Blink 182, … Continue reading

Everyone Dies in Utah Will Never Drift Away

Everyone Dies in Utah is a band I have been a fan of for several years. I was excited to see them come to Houston with the band’s Blood of an Outlaw, Convictions, and Glass Houses. Blood of an Outlaw was the opening band. They had plenty of energy. Their music was a refreshing twist … Continue reading

For Today Leaves a Profound Legacy

When I first found out For Today was breaking up there was sadness. This is a band I have loved for years. They have helped me grow spiritually and emotionally. I saw the band’s opening line-up and was pumped: Rival Choir, Wage War, Gideon followed by For Today. This was a solid line up. Before … Continue reading

Fit For a King’s ‘Deathgrip’ on Metalcore

Fit For a King has released one of the most anticipated Metalcore albums in 2016. This album and band continue to live up to all the hype surrounding them. They are a band that will only get bigger and bigger. Rob: Who is Fit For A King? Ryan: We are a band that aims to … Continue reading

Landfill Won’t Back Down

Landfill’s “Coward” is one of the most brutal EP’s I have heard. There is a raw energy that’s pervasive throughout each song. Songs that stand out are “Voices,” “(Un) Impressed,” and “Coward.” “Voices” stands out because of the song structure. I love the brutal vocals and breakdowns. “Coward” is a song with strong lyrics. “(Un) … Continue reading

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