Anthony Green is an artist I've followed from way back. He is somewhat of an icon from the early 2000 emo/progressive rock scene. A lot of drama surrounded him when he left emerging band Saosin in early 2004 and later went on to form Circa Survive. He still continues to create music under his solo project and recently came out with a new album on November called "Young Legs".
This song by Green called "Dear Child" was one of my early favorites. Plus, when the video came out, I thought it was so cool!
I had a chance to meet The 1975 in Studio C and they were candid and intelligent guys. They are gaining a lot of momentum and people want to know more about them. I stumbled across this 3-part, in depth, and honest interview and thought I would share it with you. Like I mentioned, the dudes are candid, so maybe listen with earbuds if you're at work just in case it gets NSFW (everyone has different standards).
Here is their interview + perfomance from their Studio C session.
Part 1 of legit interview:
And if you assumed part 3 would come after part 1 and 2, then you assumed correctly:
Arcade Fire has a big ol' tour coming up, but when you purchase tickets you will also get a special note that'll read: "Please wear formal attire or costume".
I've never been to a rock show where I was forced to dress up. I don't think I would ever voluntarily wear my finest threads because I rock out hard and I wouldn't want to ruin my suit.
But what do you think? Is this a good idea or bad idea? Is it fair or is it not?
Let me know by with the poll below!
We used to rock out to this song on Cities 97, but it has been a while since we've heard it. Earlier this month, Frank Turner performed it live on Jimmy Kimmel.
Lissie helped us kick off the summer of 2013 when she performed at the first Sun Soaker Thursday. She was recently on the Conan O'Brien show and you can watch her performance below.