Top 10 of 2012: Jon DeRosa

Jon DeRosa's got the spirit. This past year he released his debut full-length solo album on vinyl and in Europe. Now he's sharing his favorite spirits of 2012 with us. Drink up!

Andrew W.K. Parties Hard On Warped Tour

July 27, 2010

Andrew W.K. might be known for his high energy, almost cartoony on stage persona but he was much more subdued when we caught up with him at Warped Tour's Camden, NJ stop. W.K. kept his sunglasses on and his message direct: enjoy life by partying.


Mogwai Holds Virtual "Burning" Screening

July 26, 2010

Burning, the visionary collaboration between Mogwai and La Blogotheque directors Vincent Moon and Nathanael Le Scouarnac will be getting screen time around the US this fall. Before it hits the big screen, it will be available for fans to watch on a smaller screen - directly on your computer, world-wide. On July 27th, Burning will be streaming live on websites and blogs via Ustream in real time. Bookmark now and watch here!


Doing It Live With The Dillinger Escape Plan

July 23, 2010

It's almost hard to believe that The Dillinger Escape Plan are playing this year's Warped Tour. We caught up with the tour's sore thumbs, vocalist Greg Puciato and drummer Billy Rymer, to discuss how not to get kicked off of Warped Tour, leaving Relapse Records, and their outstanding new album, "Option Paralysis."


Rev. Peyton Sticks Out "Like A Sore Thumb" At Warped Tour

July 22, 2010

"People need to seek out labels like that are the good guys. Seek out bands that are making great music and don't be tricked into consuming terrible stuff the way you might consume a Pepsi or something, you know? Music is not a product. It's art. It is our soul. As humans it's important."


Rich Hoak Talks Extreme Music & Extreme Cooking

July 12, 2010

Rich Hoak is a busy man. As drummer for Brutal Truth, Total Fucking Destruction and Old Head, as well as sole mastermind of Peacemaker, it was perhaps with some luck that we caught him away from the road and with a bit of free time to chat with us from his Philadelphia home.


One-Man Band Series, #5: Phillip Roebuck

June 24, 2010

American singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Phillip Roebuck has long been an outsider of the music world. Even in the one-man band community where Roebuck is well known and admired, he stands apart from the rest, just he and the old five-string banjo he built from various scraps and a curious, if not slightly ingenious drum apparatus he also made himself.