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James Barrett (glowing) performs My Anxious Soul at the Everhart Museum.

My Anxious Soul

Juicebox Vol 2, Side A, Track 3: “My Anxious Soul” by James Barrett. James Barrett leads fellow bandmates Angelo Maruzzelli, Doug Griffiths, and Tyler Barrett in the culmination of his musical career so far. Writing music since age 12, James has taken influences from The […]

Doug Griffiths plays in front of a wall of canvas art at the Everhart Museum during a performance of James Barrett's "Something New."

Something New

Juicebox Vol 2, Side A, Track 2: “Something New” by James Barrett. James Barrett leads fellow bandmates Angelo Maruzzelli, Doug Griffiths, and Tyler Barrett in the culmination of his musical career so far. Writing music since age 12, James has taken influences from The Gaslight […]

James Barrett sings during a The First Days of July performance at the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA. His brother and percussionist, Tyler Barrett, performs behind him.

The First Days of July

Juicebox Vol 2, Side A, Track 1: “The First Days of July” by James Barrett. James Barrett leads fellow bandmates Angelo Maruzzelli, Doug Griffiths, and Tyler Barrett in the culmination of his musical career so far. Writing music since age 12, James has taken influences […]

Volume 2 Coming Soon

We hope you all enjoyed Volume 1 of Juicebox. We’ll be taking a two month break to retune and make Juicebox even better. We would like to thank all the acts that participated in Juicebox so far, helping us come as far as we have […]

Safe and Quiet

Juicebox Vol 1, Side H, Track 5: “Safe and Quiet” by University Drive. Finishing off their Juicebox feature, University Drive brings us back to their first LP, On/Off: Reset, with “Safe and Quiet.” The original recording On/Off: Reset, with the exception of “Mescaline”, was recorded […]

Please Release Me

Juicebox Vol 1, Side H, Track 4: “Please Release Me” by University Drive. University Drive performs “Please Release Me” off of their new album Clear for this week’s Juicebox. With vocal recordings laid throughout, Ed experiments with utilizing them as a sort of backup vocals […]