Keegan Rammel is a sophomore studying journalism at IUPUI. A fan and self-proclaimed historian of music, cars, and motorcycles, Rammel grew up in Plainfield and plans on joining the Peace Corps when he graduates.
The former front man for Margot & the Nuclear So And So’s—one of the most successful bands to come out of Indy in the 2000s—releases his first solo album this week. The album confronts the disease, lost love, and growing up Edwards has experienced since the group broke up.
The proceeds from his line of T-shirts with the new print “Resist Fear, Assist Love” benefit nonprofits, and he’s kept the design copyright-free and available for anyone to reuse. Here, Russell reflects on the work he’s produced around Indianapolis and the world for the last two decades.