Interview 2012

Patchy Facial Hair and Average White Guy Looks: An Interview with Lions Lions

By admin | December 31, 2012

Upon hearing that the band has been compared to Four Year Strong and likened to them, they seemed a bit taken aback, but positively so. FYS helped produce From What We Believe, so LL and FYS have collaborated before

Tomas Doncker: The Global Soul Rock Star As Team Leader

By Iman Lababedi | October 17, 2012

He has a record label distributed by SONY, he has a family of musicians who play upon each others records for True Groove Records, he gets to play whatever he likes for whoever he likes whenever he likes, release the music, tour, and grow his Label and concept larger and larger

Dan McGee Of Spider Bags Interview: The Rock God As Menial Laborer (pix by Jeremy Lange)

By Iman Lababedi | August 13, 2012

a blue collar worker who reads Chekhov, a punk rocker who worships Captain Beefheart, a rock star who mends wheelchairs, a workingclass hero pondering his significance in the greater scheme of things, a man who goes everywhere and the jerk who stays at home. And the man behind the best album of the year raising a family and singing Bread songs.

Warped Interview 2012: I Fight Dragons

By admin | July 27, 2012

Helen said this was THE band of Warped Tour 2012. I think they’re some of the coolest down to Earth musicians I’ve met in a long time. Lets hear it for nerd rock

New York Punk's Zelig, Jahn Xavier, Remembers Part One: "It Was A Pleasure"

By Iman Lababedi | July 10, 2012

Jan Xavier discusses the New York music scene of the 1970s and why the Nitecaps, his great rock and roll soul band of the early 1980s, didn’t break through.”I have no bone to pick. I am one of a million people who has recorded an album that wasn’t a hit .I got to do it. “

A Renaissanc​e- Chatting With the Goofy, Tall, Individual William Beckett

By admin | May 22, 2012

Starting anew, Beckett says that in a band “you’re a bit tethered to what you’ve done before.” Now that he’s solo, he’s able to “focus it all in, and hone it and follow my instincts.” He’s doing it how he wants, free from the reigns of other’s input.

Outernational's Miles Solay, The Interview

By Alyson Camus | May 11, 2012

‘I think there are different kinds of arts, art can be different things. I think people should be engaged and involved in politics, it’s a bad rap that people think politics are just elections, bourgeois policy and laws, but politics is the life of society”

Sandra Alva, Modern Day Escape's Drumming Contradiction

By Helen Bach | April 12, 2012

Going in to her interview I expected alot of ‘hey man rock and roll’ swag but instead got an incredibly upbeat and diverse woman who admits to ‘going wild and getting exhausted’ behind her drum kit and sometime getting so hyper shes unable to sleep.