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Gunz Extra: Marianas Trench + Guardin

If you know Gunz, you know he has been interviewing Marianas Trench for over 9 years now and that he jokingly (maybe half seriously) is taking full credit for bringing them to America!


So What?! Festival Extends Lineup With The Starting Line & More

Last month, So What?! Music Festival announced its explosive two-day lineup, including Pierce The Veil and The Used headlining on Saturday, June 24, and Sleeping With Sirens, Neck Deep, and Thursday headlining on Sunday, June 25. Now the festival has announced a few new additions to the scheduled performances across the two-day event. What was already promised to be an exciting lineup, So What?! will now include sets from Slaughter To Prevail, The Starting Line, Fit For An Autopsy, Invent Animate, Varials, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, clip, guardin, poptropicaslutz!, Prentiss, Enterprise Earth, NO ZODIAC, Bodybox, 408, greyhaven, and… Read more »


Steal Away, Cheerleader, The Black and The White

It’s Gone Fishkin, back at it again with kickass interviews and rad stories. Tune in to hear about Fish’s Fishmas In July party, how his time in Long Island has been spent (mostly with pizza and bagels), and the trials and tribulations of being pre-recorded.


Boy Truly Know How To Get Revenge

“You wouldn’t believe how many idiots think I live in an igloo.” Stephen Kozmeniuk, founder and lead singer of Boy, is talking about the misperceptions he’s had to deal with regarding his hometown. Whitehorse, Yukon, may not be the music capital of the world, but Kozmeniuk is quick to assure outsiders that it’s just your average Canadian burg – Wal-Mart and all. “It’s all the stuff around it that makes it beautiful,” he adds. Few musicians are better qualified to assess the characteristics of the average Canadian town than Kozmeniuk. Not only does he hail from one of the country’s… Read more »


O.A.R. Rock On

You say you want a revolution? Well, you know – we all want to change the world. Except for Chris Colus. He’s the drummer for a reggae-roots-rock band, freshly signed to a major record label, and he’s trying to explain that band’s name, which is O.A.R. – Of A Revolution. “There’s no political motive,” the 25-year-old Rockville, MD native insists. “This is the music we’ve wanted to play, the music we wanted to hear – that’s a revolution for ourselves and our fans.” The “Of A Revolution” name actually comes from “The Wanderer,” a short story singer-guitarist Marc Roberge wrote… Read more »


Web Music Leaks Spur Studio Clampdown

Long an artist’s sanctuary, the commercial recording studio is becoming a virtual fortress, guarding against the potentially devastating consequences of theft. The thieves’ targets are the rough mixes, outtakes, alternative takes and finished masters that traditionally have been loosely handled, even by the artists themselves. Leaks of this material are nothing new, but the advent of unauthorized file sharing on the Internet has greatly increased the consequences of this phenomenon. Recent albums by Eminem, 50 Cent, Korn and Radiohead were all available online prior to release, because unauthorized copies were leaked to unknown parties. In such cases, marketing strategies are… Read more »

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