Adrian Young has re-entered the building! So stoked to have the No Doubt madman back on the show. This time he’s on the other side of the recording console with the Moxy Bros, his 2 man production team that he shares with Todd Forman! Tune in to hear how this new legendary chapter has unfolded. Aloh
Adrian Young of No Doubt and Dreamcar sits down with Yesod for a look back at Adrian’s career. They discuss his early years playing the drums, joining No Doubt, Dreamcar, and an interesting game of golf he had with Donald Trump. This episode is brought to you by SKVI. Check out the most comfortable undergarments around at SKVI.com.
Darrin chats with his longtime friend, Adrian Young, drummer for Dreamcar (and No Doubt).
Darrin Chat’s with at the colorful drummer for NO DOUBT Mr. Adrian Young…talking golf & music and of NO DOUBT. Also, music from Toronto’s CAUTERIZE and general tom foolery from the guys.
Darrin chats with the colorful drummer for NO DOUBT, Mr. Adrian Young…talking golf & music and NO DOUBT.
No Doubt have officially returned with the debut of the video for “Settle Down”, their first new song in 11 years. The band will be releasing their long-awaited new album Push and Shove on September 25th.
I’m about to make a fairly simple comparison seem unnecessarily complex, but the situation demands it. So here it goes: Paramore are the new No Doubt. To do this to any other way would be lazy, not to mention a tad bit insulting. But in this case, there is one glaring similarity between both bands: the dynamic, iconic frontwoman who also doubles as the media focal point. In essence, Hayley Williams and Gwen Stefani are covered the same and contextualized the same. Yes, they’re both pretty girls with dye jobs who are showing the guys how it’s done and are… Read more »
In between bites of a Cobb salad at New York’s Tribeca Grand Hotel, Gwen Stefani is explaining why No Doubt is going on tour for the first time in five years without a new album to promote. “Honestly, it’s procrastination,” she says with a sigh. “My plan was to get pregnant and write a record, but instead of writing, I just ate all the time.” Stefani laughs as she pops a tomato in her mouth. “Writing is always really hard for me – I hate it and hate it and then I do it, and I’m happy it’s done,” she… Read more »
“Stand and Deliver,” the first song recorded by the reunited No Doubt, leaked yesterday, nearly a month before the band was due to perform the song on a flashback episode of Gossip Girl. Like No Doubt’s cover of Talk Talk’s “It’s My Life,” Gwen Stefani and her bandmates manage to take Adam & The Ants’ “Prince Charming” hit and skew it both more modern and more new wave. Stefani replaces Ant’s thick British vocals from the original with her own valley girl cadence, befitting of the band’s role as early 1980s Los Angeles rockers on Gossip Girl. That episode, a… Read more »
If you thought U2 selling their new album for $3.99 on Amazon.com was a recession-friendly deal, No Doubt is about to put that to shame. On Saturday, when fans buy the top price-level tickets ($42.50 or more before taxes and fees) to their latest tour, they’ll receive free downloads of the band’s entire catalog, including more than 80 tracks from the Gwen Stefani -fronted group’s seven studio albums The band’s only new track–a cover of Adam and the Ant’s ” Stand and Deliver” which they’ll play on the May 11 season finale of Gossip Girl –is a part of the… Read more »