Brandon Boyd is a big animal lover. He has a great French Bulldog, who casually lumbers up to greet this writer as I enter the Incubus singer's comfortably zen and groovy home in Los Angeles. And then, there's the cat.
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Incubus has been a band now for over 20 years, and a huge inspiration to me, long before ever meeting them. I'm excited for them as they enter into a new chapter both collectively and as individuals.
What this fund-raising demonstrates is that if we really want to move the needle, we need to properly leverage the collective reach of multiple artists.
I began this project out of a sense of alarm at the state of our oceans, but I am rounding out this little journey with a deep sense of calm and pride in my fellow Earthlings.
The first stop of Incubus's official US tour will be at Red Rocks Amphitheater, a favorite venue of lead singer Brandon Boyd.
The concert has alrea...
For about 10 days Incubus converted what was supposed to be their rehearsal time into a very public event in a Los Angeles Miracle Mile art gallery.
Our basic motivation must shift from an "achievement: competitive" to an "achievement: collaborative" kind of enterprise.
Music is a universal language that can inspire crowds the size of a small city. But did the "Rock Star With A Message" die out at the end of the 60s? Do musical artists still have the same power?
Music has always been a reflection of the greater collective consciousness, and I'm excited to see more musicians leading the way on things like change, creativity and social innovation.
This summer, Incubus front man Brandon Boyd teamed up with Kristin Jai Klosterman for TOMS Shoes' Collaborative Canvas Project.
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