Great to see Indy Week, finally posting about the great underground #housemusic scene in #raleighnc
Amazing story we have reblogged it on our website for our CP families to enjoy.
You forgot to mention drummer extraordinaire Nick Baglio. You probably hurt his feelings. :-)
^Get 'em Nic.
Hi Nicolay. We've made those changes. (The State Fair dates came from http://www.ncstatefair.org/2012/Entertainm… .)
The imprint is actually called "+FE Music", not "FE+ Music". Also, Jeanne is playing the fair from 12-16 Oct (not the 11th, as the piece says).
Damn! I'm gonna be out of town for the announced dates. The article neglects to mention that Peter also toured with a little band from Athens, GA, known as REM. Once heard Michael Stipe call him the "Fifth Member of the Band."
But more to the point, I've always loved his work and had no idea he was in Durham. Last call he was in New Orleans...but that was pre-Katrina.
Hope he can convince Don Dixon (and Marti) to come on down (r they still in Ohio?) for a few sets.
Check out this NEW interview with Staind's Aaron Lewis http://bit.ly/fWKLEe
aaron lewis is a one of a kind. I grew up like he did. in a disfunctional family. I didnt really fit in anywhere. I smoked weed and did drugs, but didnt really hang with that scene either. I have my wife and kids. that is my family. and one close friend that is more to me then any of my real family. I have been through a lot and trust nearly no one. my dream is to share my music like aaron does. he is not he typical star. he is more personal, more humble. and more like a real human being. I look up to him. and there is no famous person I would really like to meet besides him.
DEFINITION OF A HIPSTER: a person ranging from age 25-35 who wears tight jeans and high tops, makes electro hip hop music, and takes trips to France to hang out with other hipsters and smoke hash.
Thank you so much to Grayson and the Indy for doing this great article on me. I love being able let out all of these random thoughts to the people back home Grayson triggered some major rants from me with the word association format of the interview, it was rad. I had some adrenaline going because I was super amped and I know I talked fast as hell and all over the place, and there a few corrections I wanted to make for the sake of those involved.
Subtitle has been living in France for around 6 months now, and though he has lived in several different countries, he is actually from Los Angeles, California. He was still in LA when we met via Myspace about a year ago, but by the time we were ready to meet in person to pursue some of the concepts we had been discussing (such as collaborating further and my future on his record label, Briefcase Rockers) he was living at 202s pad.
Also, of the Islands shows we performed at, there was only one that we actually opened for.
Just wanted to make sure the parties mentioned were represented correctly I spit out a ton of random info in a very little time, my apologies for not being more clear.
Thanks again, yall! See you soon.
I concur. Hands down my favorite set from a band this year.
god she rocked it hard...amazing show at local 506
This is for the "interesting" comment regarding Henry Rollin's connection with the "new" Misfits. How is someone having backbone tied into their conforming to our ideal of whom they should be or whom they associate with? Also, if you expect someone to remember you out of thousands of interactions they may have had, try being articulate and most important, specific. Oh, and speaking of balls- use your name.
Henry after reading most of youre books seeing Black Flag in concert etc..I must admit this was poorly written about my idol by my other idol.Idont know if you read this or not but when i saw you we shareed the same ideas.Whats up with this article are you forgetting the people that have followed you for so long and youre a traiter singing with the new Misfits anyway.Where is the man with a backbone we all looked up to?Please respond.
I was present at the "show" last night, and must express my disappointment in not only the performance itself (which consisted of little more than unintelligible grunts and yells, without words, instruments or melodies of any sort), but the Indy's support and praise of such work. Why give this type of creative masturbation extra attention, while so many other local artists go unnoticed. Please, Indy, think twice before you recommend a performer based on street cred alone.
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