I interviewed Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley from Tennis for AUX Weekly a few weeks ago. They're really nice people and have a great record out called Cape Dory, which is the name of the boat they sailed on before returning to shore and making music. Thanks to Tristan Moran for shooting and Michelle Lottamoza… Continue reading Video Interview: Tennis
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Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore make up husband and wife duo Tennis. Their formation as a band stems from an eight-month sailing journey along the Atlantic coast. Find out how one of the most talked about up-and-coming bands made it to shore and started making music on AUX.
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